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 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

13 Tips to Better Your Relationship with Yourself

One of the most important, if not the most important, relationships you keep in this life is the one you have with yourself. Day in and out, we spend our time working, meeting deadlines, beating the traffic, showing up to meetings, replying to messages from family and friends, attending our significant others' life events and … Continue reading 13 Tips to Better Your Relationship with Yourself

On The Art of Deadma

I love Anne Curtis. I follow her on every social media account I own hence I've heard or read her say or tweet once or twice about the "art of deadma". Before, I couldn't really relate much to what this meant. For me years ago, I cared so much about what people thought and said … Continue reading On The Art of Deadma

On being a 25-year-old in 2016

What is more challenging and nerve-wracking than being a 25-year-old in 2016? It is challenging enough to be a 25-year-old woman say in the 1970s. However, add up social media and that makes the journey to adulthood even crazier. I've recently spoken to a friend on several occasions about contentment and finding happiness in what … Continue reading On being a 25-year-old in 2016

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 Ten Things I Promise Myself This 2016

I don't think I ever was the type of person who made resolutions for each new year. I am the kind that writes goals, plans, reminders and grocery lists but NY resolutions weren't really my thing. For this year though, I have made a list of the things I promise myself I would and would … Continue reading The Ten Things I Promise Myself This 2016

The 25-Year-Old Over-Thinker

There is plenty of fish in the sea, they say. And growing up, she believed this. Growing up, she knew there's a whole lot bigger world, a whole lot more people, a whole lot of discoveries waiting to be unraveled. So now looking back at the twenty-five years of her life - twenty-five years of … Continue reading The 25-Year-Old Over-Thinker

Generation Y and Proud

Recently, from a vacation in my country, I bought a copy of one of the most established magazines that women my age purchase or subscribe to. Hence, I came across a section that talks about millennials. mil·len·nial miˈlenēəl/ noun plural noun: millennials; plural noun: Millennials a person reaching young adulthood around the year 2000; a … Continue reading Generation Y and Proud