Love should feel safe. A person who loves is a person who accepts. All conditions, all circumstances, and all forms. All of me. All of you. No ifs and no buts.
Love should be nourishing. A person who loves is a person who cares. One who respects, understands, and encourages. It should feel safe, amongst other things.
Love should be patient. Love that is given shouldn’t feel circumstantial. You care because you do. Not because I care for you.
Love is unbounded. It can be unwritten, but it can be seen. It can be unlabeled, but it can be felt. I love you because, not I love you until.
Love should be beautiful. Love is love. But most importantly, love shouldn’t hurt.
I have been on hiatus for about 2 weeks due to an opportunity that I wanted to devote my energy to. It’s almost over and I can’t wait to share details about it – revealing it soon!
So to break the silence, sharing a bit of my feels recently. Honestly, I have been losing myself.
I’ve been missing-in-action from my blog lately because of so many things in life. I had so many things to share, but I just don’t know where to start. So, since I was wearing my favorite dress yesterday, I thought of creating an outfit post.
Dennis Brown once said, “the difference between a good day and a bad day is the attitude.”
I’m not a patient person so it’s super easy to tick me off. I recently made a promise to myself to change this. I’m not sure how I’m doing, but I am avoiding wrinkles at all costs.
In my previous post, I was able to share how I designed my own business card. I loved how it turned out so I decided to take it to the next level. I created my own media kit!
I am attending a blogging event in a few days, and because of that, I needed a business card. I didn’t have time to have someone layout it out for me, so I looked for other options. Good thing, I discovered Canva!
Canva is a free online tool which lets you design anything from graphics to posters. It’s very easy to navigate and there are a lot of options to choose form. Are you ready to be a designer?
I’ve never been good at managing my finances. At least, not until I had a family. I’m still in the process of learning, though I honestly wish I would’ve started sooner. Good thing, MoneyMax Philippines sent over an infographic about Mommy Money Tips. Though my son is still very young to understand these, I already have a reference on which lessons I should teach him someday.
We all need help sometimes. At 25, wanting to achieve personal success while wanting to be a great mom had its toll on me. I wanted to do both, so I don’t know which direction to take myself. I felt lost and demotivated. I’m not really a religious person, but I tried to ask God for guidance. Days after, I stumbled upon the book From Depressed to Determined by Viviene Bigornia. And just by reading the introduction, I knew that it was meant for me.
I enjoyed science back when I was still studying, so Bubba Lab was very interesting for me. It is a laboratory-themed cafe and one step in it made me remember my school days. Good thing, this time, it’s not graded!
Being a mom at 25 has been hard for me. Trying to raise a kid while in the middle of a quarter-life crisis really made me feel like a dying candle. I am trying my best to be positive and make everything work, so when I recently got an invite to the Celebrate Your Purpose Workshop, I was very ecstatic. Can this be destiny?