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
Keep going even when you doubt yourself. Every single on of us must have had doubts whether we’ve got what it takes to get through the day or not. And yet, here we are. Still thriving, still surviving. You’ve proved yourself wrong already. Many many times before. You thought you were incapable of the unimaginable, but you surprise yourself again and again when you overcome … Continue reading Keep going.
Stop waiting for tomorrow. Stop waiting for tomorrow when you’re about to chase your dreams. Chase them now. There’s no reason to wait for the day when you make the first step closer to your dreams. We don’t always have to start big. We can start small. The first step doesn’t always have to be a life-changing leap. Because chasing your dreams doesn’t work that … Continue reading Today is the day you chase your dreams, not tomorrow.
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
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
The truth is, people leave. People come and go. People will walk in and out of your life for one reason or another. And that’s just the cycle of human relationships. We, humans, are social beings. We connect through friendship and love. And with this, we’ll continue to experience breakups and endings. It’s inevitable, it’s reality. There are many reasons as to why people leave. … Continue reading People leave.
I envy those who already know what they want with their lives, those who have plans, and those who seem to know what they’re doing. Because here I am who’s lost, and who has zero idea on where my life’s going. On some days, I know what I want and what I’m passionate about. I work hard, I hustle, and I even spare time to … Continue reading To be honest…
Genuine friendships — I bet everyone wants to have a best friend who can make you feel secure and safe. Having a best friend whom you can rely on is one of the greatest pleasures in life, and is something that you want to last forever. Saying good bye to a best friend can be pretty devastating and heartbreaking. But trying to save a friendship … Continue reading It’s time to let go.. of your BFF
Reflect. Ask yourself what you want. Not what’s easier, not what’s more convenient — but what you really want. Decide on what’s going to make you the happiest on your long-term, and not on what’s going to make you comfortable on your short-term. Ask yourself what you want and not what others want. Families and friends — the people around you can easily influence what … Continue reading What to do when you don’t know what to do
WHAT IS INSECURITY? insecurity (n.) she tried to conceal her insecurity: lack of confidence, lack of self-confidence, self-doubt, self-consciousness, nervousness, hesitancy, anxiety, apprehension, worry, uneasiness We worry about a lot of things. We worry about being late. We worry that the weekend’s over and we’ll have to deal with Mondays. We worry about what people think of us. We worry about how good-looking we are. … Continue reading Dealing With Insecurity