Motivation and Letting Go

Choosing Happiness

How many times have we heard this phrase, “happiness is a choice.” in every self-help books we read and every inspirational Youtube video you watch online. But how do you really choose happiness? And when do you NOT choose happiness? You know you aren’t choosing happiness if you succumb to depression. If you say you don’t have enough, if you compare your life to others and you aren’t satisfied with…

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Why I Write

30 or 40 years from now, I’d be nearing 70 years old and maybe too weak to ever grab a pen, too old to see my hand writing or maybe wouldn’t be able to comprehend what I have written. True enough, for now, I write for myself – to get rid of my never-ending ideas in mind, baggage counter to my endless rants and opinions that I don’t get to…

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Be the Problem Solver: One Problem At A Time

Our world has never been perfect. We always see ourselves in the middle of a battle – whether it be with ourselves or with other people. Unfortunately, this world never ran out of problems – at home, at work, with friends, with loved ones, with acquaintances and with every person we’d meet along the way. But hey, there’s good news.. Photo grabbed from: The Soul Purpose Project Start becoming a…

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On Mediocrity

Mediocrity was a word that doesn’t seem to affect me before. It was the status quo that I thought I should live about. I thought it was the safety net that would keep you on your game. But somehow, when you finish a project with a mediocre effort, it doesn’t seem to satisfy my high standards. If there are two enemies that I still try to combat in my life…

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Be Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

I ran out of words, tongue-tied and I can not defend and explain myself and so with my answers. That’s what happened when I was interviewed and presented my case study when I applied for a higher position at work. I wasn’t nervous and I wasn’t the same person I used to be. I think no one can make me that nervous anymore (unlike before). And I’d give the credit…

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Sierra Madre Resort, Tanay Rizal

Going to places by myself has always been in my bucket list ever since. I have had plans in the past but has never pushed through until last week when I was pressured to go to an unfamiliar place due to some responsibilities I have to do at work – I was assigned to look for a team  building place. And this one was an option. I researched on it…

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Songs of My Life

There might be millions of songs right now. But there are three songs I’d always listen to and for the last 4 years, these were the songs I’d always go back to. 1. Breakaway By Kelly Clarkson This is how I want to deal with my life. “Take a chance, make a change, and breakaway.” 2. It’s Gonna Make Sense by Michael learns to rock “Someday it’ll gonna make sense.”…

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Yexel Museum (Manila Ocean Park)

I posted a new post for this awesome museum because this for us is the highlight of our time in Manila Ocean Park. Never did we know we’d enjoy it here. (thinking it was only for kids. We almost forgot we are kids at heart) When you get your ticket, this “UP” replica made me giggle already since I had always been a fan of that pixar movie and when…

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