Covid and how it changed me

It’s been almost three months since I got sick from Covid-19. But the journey I had, the trauma, the sleepless nights, the fear – everything’s still fresh. Everything still feels as if it happened yesterday that I still cry about it. Sometimes, I beat myself by overthinking. How come I haven’t gotten over this yet? I’ve healed, and I’m safe, and so is my family. … Continue reading Covid and how it changed me

A letter to my friends for when I seem distant

Dear friends, if I haven’t told you anything that’s heartbreaking or crippling, it is not because I don’t trust you or find your support unhelpful. And it’s not because I don’t value our friendship. Forgive me if and when this happens. It simply means I am not ready to talk about my feelings, and my heart is just not ready. I hope you’ll understand me. … Continue reading A letter to my friends for when I seem distant

10 things I want to let go by the time I reach 30

In a recent conversation I had with a friend who just turned 30, she asked me what were the things I would want to let go of when I reach that certain age. I wasn’t able to answer her and just brushed off the question like it didn’t matter. But as I was spending some alone time in my room, I got to thinking. Do … Continue reading 10 things I want to let go by the time I reach 30

From Covid to Clearance: My Covid Journey

The pandemic has halted a lot of things for us. It ruined many plans, it widened the gaps between people. I knew it was a serious matter. But it was only when I tested positive, and so did my family, that I felt its extremities. This is probably the most cliche line you’ve ever read, but “Covid is real.” The Symptoms From fear to fever. … Continue reading From Covid to Clearance: My Covid Journey

Your soft heart is not your fault.

Your soft heart is nothing to be ashamed of. It is not your fault. Toxic people will call you clingy, over sensitive, needy or too emotional. They will make you feel that your soft heart is your weakness and your negativity. What’s worse is that they’ll twist your perception into believing that you are in the wrong for having a soft heart. Toxic people won’t … Continue reading Your soft heart is not your fault.

When you don’t always get what you prayed for

Sometimes, it’s a gift or a blessing when you don’t get what you prayed for. Looking back, I felt grateful that some of the things I prayed for didn’t happen. If they did, I wouldn’t be where I am now. Worse, those things could’ve ruined me. I’ve come to realize that when God didn’t answer my prayers, He wasn’t rejecting me but redirecting me. He … Continue reading When you don’t always get what you prayed for

If you are starting over, this is for you

Congratulations, fighter! Quitting. Leaving. Starting over again. These things take real courage and guts to do most especially when your heart’s in turmoil. There may be a lot of questions in your head, and the answers are too far from reach. To restart your life, to take a different path, to have a new beginning — there’s nothing scarier. All your life, you must have … Continue reading If you are starting over, this is for you

A love letter to the independent person who feels like giving up

On some days, I know you wish to wake up with lesser things to worry about: your job, your chores, your responsibilities, and etc. You wish your mind would go on vacation and just get the rest that it needs. You wish your body gets a break. Because for the most part, you are always running around to get what needs to be done. This … Continue reading A love letter to the independent person who feels like giving up

One day, I’ll write a masterpiece

Maybe someday I’ll write a masterpiece. Something great, something bestseller. Someday, my words will echo in the farmost corners of the world and bring different surges of emotions to my readers. I’m not sure about you, but as someone who writes, I constantly feel like I should’ve written more. I could’ve said this and that. Or, I could’ve written something that made more sense. Every … Continue reading One day, I’ll write a masterpiece

Let go of the person who confuses you.

Letting go is easier said than done. Letting go can hurt you. Big time. But it’s better to let go and hurt now, than suffer all the harm and consequences after. Let go of the person who makes you feel special today, and guessing the next day. Loving you shouldn’t be a temporary decision. Loving you shouldn’t be taken lightly. Let go of the person … Continue reading Let go of the person who confuses you.