I try not to let it get to me but honestly this whole thing is taking a toll on my mental health. It is getting more and more difficult to see the bright side and keep being positive especially because on top of this whole virus thing, there are more personal stuff to stress about, … Continue reading Quarantine Blues
When I first encountered this question, it was from a book my aunt gave me as a graduation gift. I brought it with me the very first time I moved to a different city because I figured it would help me. The book is called “Who Moved My Cheese?” It was a sort of children’s story that … Continue reading What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
From my most recent post, I could say that a lot of things have definitely happened to me. It has actually already been six months, and I haven’t even noticed that time was moving. Since then, I’ve already moved to a different city, gotten a new job, learned a new language, (well, still learning) and … Continue reading Keeping positive
After graduating, (yes I already graduated, finally!) I had hoped to have at least a few months to unwind, relax and RECOVER from 17 years of education. But life apparently has other plans for me. Not more than four days later, I was offered a job at sales. I did not look for it, it came to find … Continue reading Yes and No
I avoided writing about this topic for a few days. But I finally caved in and did anyway. Ever since last Thursday, everything I saw and heard in the news or from countless social media sites are about Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) that struck the Philippines. I can't go three minutes online without finding out the … Continue reading Seeing the bright side.