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Glaiza de Castro completes music production course from Point Blank Music School in London


Glaiza de Castro has finished her music production course from Point Blank Music School in London.

On Instagram, the Kapuso celebrity posted a photo of herself with her instructor, displaying her certificate of completion given to her on September 11.

In the caption, Glaiza said her 16-year-old self would be happy to see her fulfill another dream.

"One of the biggest challenges of coming up with this decision to study music was leaving my job (for a while), not just to step out of my comfort zone but to not focus too much on "earning money," Glaiza wrote in the caption. "Sure, we do need it, but joy (not just happiness) doesn't always come from that.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

My 16 year old self would be so happy to see that I've made her dream come true ???????? One of the biggest challenges of coming up with this decision to study music was leaving my job ( for a while ), not just to step out of my comfort zone but to not focus too much on "earning money". Sure, we do need it, but joy (not just happiness) doesn't always come from that. Whenever I tell people I'm from the Philippines, some of them would say that Filipinos are one of the most hardworking people they know. I agree. But they'd add, "sometimes they also forget to be generous to themselves." We will all have different takes on this. But no matter what you're doing, be kind to yourself. Work hard but too hard that you forget what your soul needs. It doesn't cost too much sometimes. So go, enjoy living and fulfill that dream of yours. Thanks @aris_ng11 for capturing the moment lol

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Glaiza mentioned that whenever people learn that she's a Filipino, people would always compliment how hardworking Filipinos are.

"Whenever I tell people I'm from the Philippines, some of them would say that Filipinos are one of the most hardworking people they know. I agree. But they'd add, "sometimes they also forget to be generous to themselves," she continued.

At the latter part of her post, she advised those who are still reaching dreams to be kind to yourself.

"We will all have different takes on this. But no matter what you're doing, be kind to yourself. Work hard but not too hard that you forget what your soul needs. It doesn't cost too much sometimes. So go, enjoy living and fulfill that dream of yours," she wrote.

Last year, Glaiza announced that she will leave the country to further her skills and talent as a musician. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News

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