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
The hardest part wasn’t losing Rianna Jewelle, it was learning to live without her. As of this writing, it’s been three weeks since she left us. It was hard. I’m sure some of you who experienced losing someone due to death and sickness can relate to this feeling of missing her every day, struggling to… Continue reading Life Without Rianna Jewelle
Today, I celebrate my 37th birthday. It’s funny how at 18 years old, I thought I had my life all planned out. I said at the age of 20, I was going to finish college, get a job and a boyfriend. By the time I’m 30, I’ll be married and will have two kids (one… Continue reading Happy Birthday Day to Me
It’s not easy to be in a long-distance relationship (LDR). Obviously, you don’t get to see and be with each other and even if you see each other on cam, it’s not same as holding them, kissing them, or hugging them for real. I’ve always believed that if there’s a way, there’s a will. Relationships… Continue reading 4 Tips on How to Survive LDRs
Follow these tips from married people on how they handle stress in their relationships and keep the fire burning We all know that work stress can take a toll in anyone’s life, especially in married lives. Gone are the days when life was so simple. wives just stayed at home, took care of the kids;… Continue reading Couple Trouble?
Cris Manuel-Hughes met her husband-to-be, Rich, in 2005. He was on a holiday; while she was enjoying summer break with friends in Boracay, Philippines. The two ended up hanging out and thereafter were virtually inseparable. “He called me all the time and we would Skype every day after I got home from law school. Until… Continue reading Go the Distance
There’s something about interracial marriages or couples that fascinates us. The first few questions always go like: “How did the two of you meet? Where?” and “What’s it like to have a foreigner husband/wife?” According to history, thousands of interracial marriages between Americans and Filipinos have taken place since after the Spanish-American War. Although such… Continue reading The Color of Love