Advice for the Young, Inspirational, Letting Go

Two Types Of Journal

…because I rant not, neither rave of what I feel, can you be so shallow as to dream that I feel nothing? ” R.D. Blackmore Sometimes, people thought you never had any problems because you always smile, bring good vibes and would always be cool even in heated situations. But in reality, no one was… Read More Two Types Of Journal

Advice for the Young, Anchor Your Values, Doing What is Right, Imperfections, Inspirational, Moving On

Be Fearless to Commit Mistakes

Because of our fear to commit mistakes, we tend to stay on the safe side of the road. We’d rather be at the gutter and be safe, than cross the road and discover what is in the other side of the world. This being “safe” isn’t only about the fear of the unknown but also… Read More Be Fearless to Commit Mistakes

Advice for the Young, Inspirational, Reflection

Why Become the Best Version of Yourself

I’ve always dreaded regrets. Every time I had some, I can’t seem to find that “peace of mind”. It felt like becoming an incomplete being. We will only live once and we must savor this time that was given to us. No matter how many lives we may have, if we won’t put our utmost… Read More Why Become the Best Version of Yourself

Advice for the Young, After School, Inspirational, Life

What is Next After College Graduation?

Four years ago, I finished up a degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing. I have high hopes in life and hoping to land for a life that my parents have patterned for me. Unfortunately, things didn’t go the way they were planned and I started to be frustrated. Is life suppose to be this… Read More What is Next After College Graduation?

Advice for the Young, After School, Inspirational, Life

Some Advice for the Younger Generations

Being a 20 plus something girl didn’t gave me the right to advise the younger generation since I still do have my own share of mistakes and frustrations. However, allow me to vent out some of my realizations about a journey called “life”. The younger generations might not understand what I am talking about at… Read More Some Advice for the Younger Generations