It is a new year, I may still be having some difficulties in picking my messed up routine caused by my bad procrastinating habit. Nonetheless, it is the right time to refocus my living energy into something that may help me later and, perhaps, keep my brain working. Among all the possible tasks that I … Continue reading Learning a New Language: How difficult could it be?
Waves of various height and strength punch me straight to the face whenever I try to jump away from my current position in life. Most of the time, the challenging waves are a mix of my worries, insecurities, uncertainties, indecisiveness, and many other negative thoughts fueled by the scared kid in my head. There have … Continue reading Another Year for My Struggles in Writing and Life Continues
The term new normal has transformed into various images and scenarios in the past seven months as people worldwide try to make sense of the global health pandemic. The virus is still present, and the reality of health concerns remains a top source of anxiety for many. In the Philippines, there has been an ongoing struggle with … Continue reading Are you ready for online teaching?
More than half of the year has passed, and about five months have been under quarantine, from the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), general community quarantine (GCQ), and so on. Many of us may have gone through different phases of emotional and even physical distress during those times. I have … Continue reading Remembering the quarantine
In the previous post, I talked about my disappointment whenever I’d felt that I wasted my day. In my decision to get back my time, I wish to take the first step in that, hopefully, long-term commitment. I will start with my daily devotionals. I have done this for an entire year last 2018 and … Continue reading Step 1 in Retrieving my Lost Time – Devotionals
Crying your eyes out early in the morning isn't a great start for the day, but still getting up and preparing for work is a huge step in facing the day better. In fact, even just the thought of trying is a strong choice to make to begin the day. However, it is not that … Continue reading How to Get Back Up from a Slump?
Have you ever experienced a day when you just blurt out statements like 'Shocks, I'm getting old!' or 'Seriously? How old are you?'? I have those moments now, but I'm not even close to turning 30. I just hit the sweet quarter of a hundred mark and yet I feel somehow overwhelmed on how 'adult' … Continue reading Adulting: Struggles of Letting Go
There are a lot of things that I wish I knew, I hope I can still do, and I want to pursue. But at the end of the day, there are just too many to pick and I end up accomplishing nothing. Still, with the hope in my heart and the desire to finally put … Continue reading Seeing Colors – Job, Travel, and Life
[UPDATE 06/11/2018] This is still a plan and I was not able to really make this into a concrete action. But, it's never too late to start. Maybe I can finally work on new posts starting this week up to maybe two to three months? 😉
Traveling has become a popular activity to this generation. It is brought by the search for a diverse connection with people as well as communities beyond the traditional societal setup or so I think. Whichever the reason is, there sure are wonderful lessons as well as memories that each individual can get from visiting different … Continue reading Seeing Beyond the Local Horizon – SG Trip 2018