Surprisingly, I still write my New Year’s resolutions every single year. But if you ask me how many of them I already achieved? Still on the process. So how come I still write them? You see every year, I write down my New Year’s resolutions so I have something to look forward to. I want… Continue reading Why I Still Write My New Year’s Resolutions
I honestly don’t know how to start this post. I agreed to participate in this collaboration since this is our last for this year, but I seriously don’t know how to begin, what to say or how to say it. This post should talk about my reflections about 2017 – what happened, what I achieved,… Continue reading 4 Things I Learned About Life This 2017
Perhaps, one of the most fulfilling passions I have right now in my life is writing. It is where I find comfort, peace of mind, and freedom to do whatever I want without the fear of being judged. I used to keep my writings to myself by keeping a journal. I was too afraid to… Continue reading How I Found Diversity in Writing
They say each person has a unique way of dealing with loss and death, especially if that’s someone they love. I’m just person who’s having a hard time dealing with the loss of her niece, what more my sister who lost a child? My sister was 26 years old when Rianna was born. I was… Continue reading How Do You Really Cope When Someone You Love Dies?
American singer-songwriter, rock musician, and multi-instrumentalist / record producer once said, “Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born.” I used to dream and daydream a lot when I was a kid. I remember keeping a dream dictionary at… Continue reading Lord, Help Me to Dare to Dream…Again
Today, I want to thank all the soldiers who offered their lives for our country, for all the sacrifices they made just to have a peaceful and safe nation, and the courage it took them to defend their duty, honor, and country. I know life is hard in the battlefield and some people will never… Continue reading Thank You, Soldiers!
‘The happy medium-age for motherhood’ Having a baby was not part of Jiji and Karl’s immediate plans after marriage. They wanted to enjoy each other’s company and save before having a baby first so it was only after three years of marriage when they finally decided to have a baby. Jiji, 35, used to work… Continue reading Pregnancy in your 30s