The Ten Commandments of Adulthood

1. Do not compare. We have all been guilty of this. It has become a natural thing for all of us to do with the ease brought on by social media for the latest happenings in another person’s life be readily accessible. We all have our own timelines. We all have our own stories. Our own ups … Continue reading The Ten Commandments of Adulthood

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How My Twenties Groomed Me To Be “A Strong, Independent Woman”

I love my twenties. I don't think I could put it any other way. I think they are the best years of my life, not just my adult life, to be honest. Oh, the vigor and the strength and the silliness and tears of growing up and taking on the line "I am a strong, independent woman" to … Continue reading How My Twenties Groomed Me To Be “A Strong, Independent Woman”

How Time Alone Has Become My Therapy

Even as a kid, I've always enjoyed my me time which is why I don't exactly wonder why in adulthood, I always look forward to my time alone. Time alone for me is my time to decompress, sit back, relax and date me. I do what I want to do - anywhere, anytime. Any way, … Continue reading How Time Alone Has Become My Therapy

Wicked in London

I've known Dorothy and the wonderful world of Oz - and yes, the Wizard too, since I was in school. I remember reading the book in high school but it didn't really make a mark on me, I guess, as I don't really feel nor remember much besides that of the Tin Man and his desire … Continue reading Wicked in London

On gratitude

"You win some, you lose some." On my recent post, I have mentioned my wanting to go back to nursing thereby leaving the airline industry. I haven't said this in that post but when I do leave, I hope it's for good. My feelings about returning to my profession have been so intense lately that … Continue reading On gratitude

On Starting Over

Why is it that starting over is such a scary thing to do for most of us? Everyone wants change and a better state for ourselves yet when we are cornered into finally having to do that one thing that is gonna cross the line, we chicken out. We take a step back. For others, … Continue reading On Starting Over

The Things You See When You Go See The World

Go ahead and type 'travel quotes' in your Google search bar. Click 'Search'. From "The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands." by Sir Richard Burton to "I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world." by Mary Anne Radmachen, your … Continue reading The Things You See When You Go See The World

Shop Wonderland: A Review

Who doesn't want an arty-crafty place to be in? Especially in this age where there's an unspoken but very palpable competition on Instagram posts that gave birth to the hashtag #igworthy. A month ago, my family and I visited Singapore. It is our first time to be in that pristine and vibrant country but even … Continue reading Shop Wonderland: A Review

The Ten Things You Gotta Have to be a Flight Attendant

Countless ladies want to become a flight attendant and I personally think this is because of the image that has long been associated with being one. You know, the breakfasts in London and dinners in Rome, the luxury living in hotels, the lipsticks and eye palettes you get to experiment with, the heavenly scents of … Continue reading The Ten Things You Gotta Have to be a Flight Attendant

The Upside Of Living And Working Abroad In Your Twenties

I’ve talked about the struggles of someone my age residing abroad to earn a living in my recent post. In the couple of days that passed after the publication and after reading the comments and emails I received, I felt that I also have to discuss (especially for the benefit of those who have plans … Continue reading The Upside Of Living And Working Abroad In Your Twenties