• life,  love,  personal,  relationships,  self

    HOW TO MOVE ON AFTER A BREAKUP: A Comprehensive List

    Of all the relationship-related blog posts I’d have to write, this could be the most emotionally exhausting because I know I have to dig deep into my bag of emotions again and relive what I could for the sake of having you relate to my story. I told myself I will make it a goal to write a substantial blog post before this week ends. I’m beginning to long for quality again and I want to ditch my random and spontaneous self, for now, to offer you something else.. deeper. I even consulted a good friend and she assured me that this would make a good content because a lot…

  • life,  personal,  self,  thoughts

    A Better You: My personal take on self-improvement

    Yesterday afternoon after working, I went to the park with only one thing in my mind: clear my head. In the process of jogging brisk walking strolling, I started thinking about myself and what’s going on in my life lately, and so I tried to look from a third person’s perspective while still touching my emotional core, then an idea popped into my head. Why not write a blog post about this? How can you actually make a better version out of your present self and appreciate everything that’s happening in your life, whether they’re graceful or tactless?

  • life,  personal,  self

    2015: A year of self-discovery

    To sum up this year, I have to say that I learned more about myself and have put more effort into knowing who I really am than I did the previous years. This was also the first year that I actually took a look back at the last 365 days and evaluated the things that happened, the accomplishments (and failures) I made, the people I met and let go, the passions I followed, and many other things that took place this 2015. Read more to know how 2015 impacted my life.

  • faith,  life,  personal,  self,  thoughts

    Dear Bae,

    Years ago, you didn’t worry so much about life. You were not exactly care-free but you just did what you have to do. You were not a straight A student, but Lord knows you tried your best. You didn’t get a degree with the course you wanted but you sucked it up and fought anyway, even when you felt you were fighting alone. Tracking grades wasn’t exactly your thing, and you were a little stubborn in college as well. All those years, you felt so alone. You thought nobody else was fighting the same battle because it seemed like everybody had their lives figured out. They had goals, you didn’t.…

  • life,  photo dump,  places

    Hello, Weekend!

    Hello! So we went to Clark, Pampanga for the weekend and I can’t believe those two days went by so quickly! When I thought I was still cherishing the coolness of the hotel room, I am already here at home and in my bed, writing about my family weekend getaway. It would be a good idea to stop watching the clock, don’t you think? I’m not really in the mood to write down a detailed blog about this, but let me make a bullet list of the things we did during the last two days! Saturday Found a hotel after half an hour of driving around in Clark Had lunch…

  • birthday,  life,  personal,  self,  thoughts

    Life Lessons I Learned By 21

    Don’t burn bridges. No matter how much you might dislike a person, connections are vital. You never know when someone’s contact information might come in handy. More than that, it’s not always about just keeping numbers. It’s about staying in touch with the person and making an effort to grow a (deeper) relationship with him/her. Always keep the Golden Rule in mind: Don’t do unto others what you don’t want others do unto you. If you need their help now, chances are they will also ask for your help on something one day. Don’t be a afraid to pay forward the kindness they showed you when you were the one…