I stopped blogging between May 2019 until Jan 2021, almost 2 years. I have a number of excuses to enumerate, but if I need to be honest, it was mostly because I was demotivated. So here. Another attempt to do it again consistently, even though it’s a bad idea to. Why? Because I should be
Tag: personal development
My consistency in blogging is dying yet again. And worse is, I’m using my exhaustion from work as an excuse to slack off. Writing has always been my passion, but unlike others, I fail to consistently show that it is, indeed, something I love to do. Recapping the counter, I only wrote 2 on this
My Theory of Arts professor would probably smack me in the head right now. He told us not to walk around as free advertisers (ie. holding branded paper bags all around the metro) but now I’m somewhat advertising this on my own blog. But I really wish to share one of my most favorite commercials
I feared that loving someone and losing someone are the extremes of feelings. That there’s nothing that can make things any happier or any more painful. I was wrong- there are so many in-betweens. This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing.
Movies that stick to you. That even though you know how it ends and that won’t forever change, somehow, it still gets to you. And somehow, rewatching it again and again still brings the same warm feeling inside you. This is for the 30-day writing challenge I’m currently doing.
Today, I learned that my colleague Stephen is diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, he’s confined in the ICU and is currently in a really bad state. Prayers would be greatly appreciated. Somehow, it sank in. Life is unpredictable.