Jellyfish incident a wake-up call for Anne Curtis


Posted at Apr 29 2014 11:55 AM | Updated as of Apr 29 2014 07:56 PM

Anne Curtis. File Photo.

MANILA – For Anne Curtis, her recent accident where she got stung by a box jellyfish was definitely an eye-opener.

In an interview with ABS-CBN News in Boracay on Saturday, Curtis said she feels like this is already her second life.

“It put a lot of things in perspective. It is an eye-opener sa things that I value and what I want to make the most out of,” she said.

Although Curtis is now back at work, she said her wounds have yet to fully heal. “It's a lot better, konti pa. Back at work but may bandage. We are able to fix it naman,” she said.

Curtis was in Boracay over the weekend because she took part in the 2014 Century Tuna Superbods where her fellow endorser John Lloyd Cruz revealed his leaner body.

Just like Cruz, Curtis said she is also trying to live a healthy lifestyle.

“It's a different kind of fitness for me kasi previously I just try to be skinny. This year I want to be fit so it's more of knowing on what to eat and work out, not just diet,” she said.

Jasmine moving out

Anne Curtis. File Photo.

Meanwhile, Curtis also shared how proud she is that her younger sister Jasmine is now living independently.

Jasmine has already moved out of Curtis’ condominium and now stays at her own unit.

“I think it's about time. In Australia, the moment you reach 18, you move out of the house. Jasmine is 20 na. She's still our baby but I think it's about time na she has to take on the responsibility,” she said.

Curtis added: “Jasmine should learn how to live a life na hindi siya sheltered.”