Candy Cutie Maqui Castelo's Twitter is full of very quotable one-liners. You may want to favorite these tweets or better yet, hit that follow button for him.
1. Let's all hope for the country's safety this year, Candy Girls!
Earthquakes are getting more frequent... I hope that isn't a sign. I think the Philippines has experienced enough disasters for a decade.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) Decemb er 18, 2013
2. Keep an old school journal and stay offline for a few minutes every day.
I think I'll invest on a good journal for this coming year (and years after). I need a little more documentation of my life.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) Decemb er 28, 2013
3. Isn't this a good thing to remember now that classes already started?
A little sense of urgency can go a long way... You're not the only one with other things to do.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) January 3, 2014
4. Sorry, girls and boys, even Maqui thinks so.
I think it's basic respect to not hit on a person who is in a relationship. Basic respect.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) January 12, 2014
5. Set your priorities straight this year.
I'm a student first before anything. Time to finish my research paper draft.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) January 23, 2014
6. The perfect chant to do this rainy season, especially when you're outside the house.
Rain rain go away come again when I'm inside a building... Then go away again because I'm a commuter. ☔️— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) June 11, 2014
7. Make sure you know what time to wake up on weekends and holidays.
ALSO I'm not gonna wake up at freakin 9am because that's so early. Jeeez. It's not 1980 anymore mom. Kids wake up at 4pm buti nga ako 12 e.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) June 5, 2014
8. A good point to ponder upon.
Schools teach us to compare ourselves with others with that if-he-can-do-it-you-can attitude, but that only builds up insecurity.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) June 2, 2014
9. Another good reminder, especially when you're out with your family and friends.
Connect to people with your eyes, not your cellphone.— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) May 27, 2014
10. The power of words. Use it well.
A simple "how are you?" goes a long way. Sometimes, it makes a person's day a whole lot better. :)— Maqui Castelo (@CaliforniaMaqui) May 26, 2014