Have you ever encountered someone in your life that for some reason, never or rarely feels pessimistic about life? That somehow, despite the situation, manages to flash a smile and think about the positive side of things and carry on? This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing. I have one. And I'm … Continue reading Keep Calm and Carry On
There's always two people in a relationship. One who loves, and one who loves more. A friend of mine is in the moving on phase, aka, hell. And summing all our conversations up, I think I also learned from what I said than what she can fully absorb. And I'm sharing it here for anyone … Continue reading Takeaways of Comforting a Broken-hearted Friend
Other than my first grind of Badminton in so many years, nothing calls for a blog post again other than yesterday. My friends from South and North went to Binondo for a nice game of Badminton - Makati (Louie and Armen), Taguig (Mai) and Quezon City (Adrian), and Christian from just Quiapo. I used to … Continue reading On Friends, Badminton, Chinese and Caffeine
The whole experience was fun, but to be honest, it's not something I want to do again, unless with really great company like these people.
I can name 7 guy friends that I can talk to about either shit in life, or literally actual shit. And that's how I pretty much define how I gain friends. and the 1 girl? It's my sister and it's probably because she has no choice but to deal with me. It's a funny thing … Continue reading My Guy:Girl Friend Ratio is a 7:1 and Why I Love It
You can use it to your advantage and take it as a lesson for better future decisions or take it as a trigger for self-doubt and low esteem. And in the end, the outcome will only depend on how you react to it.
Around 2 weeks ago, I PMed my friend Benok, and randomly suggested that our circle should go to Tagaytay during the long holiday Papal's visit. After discussing it with my friends and have had a few confirmations of attendance. We decided we really wanted this short vacation to push through before all of us proceeding … Continue reading Colette Backpackers in a Tagaytay Escapade