Tips on managing your emotions during an ordeal

Due to the impact of the Corona virus, we currently live in times where self-isolation and social distancing is the norm. The pandemic has affected each and every one of us differently. We’ve had to make necessary adjustments in order to adapt to the ‘new normal’ and yet, despite these trying circumstances, there is still hope. A glimmering ray of light at the end of the tunnel which promises that everything is going to be okay. Trying to survive each day can be challenging. However, it is possible to handle stress and anxiety in order manage your emotions and this article contains a few tips on how to do this.

Winter Of The World- Ken Follett

I spent Christmas in the Philippines with my family and reading an amazing novel which transported me back to the Third Reich. Winter of the World is the second book of the Century Trilogy written by Ken Follett and published in 2012. It is set in World War 2, starting in Germany in 1933 where... Continue Reading →

Lessons from a stray

I first encountered love in May 26, 1998 and I can still remember that day. It was raining hard and lightning flashed across the sky. A roar of thunder would follow every burst of bright blue light, interrupting the steady pitter-patter of raindrops. The sounds mingled, creating the perfect cacophony of a storm. However, even... Continue Reading →

2020: Stop and smell the roses

Busy, that was my motto for 2019. So many things happened last year which added colorful experiences in the chapter of my life. In January, I went on a pilgrimage to Panama for World Youth Day where I experienced the love of a grandmother for the first time in my life. Living in their home... Continue Reading →

4 Hacks to Fight Jet Lag

I love traveling back to the Philippines. After all, what’s not to love? You get to reunite with family, friends, and feast on native delicacies that you won’t easily find overseas. Yet, despite these perks, there is one thing that I loathe every time I travel: JET LAG! Ugh…jet lag, it’s a pain that almost... Continue Reading →

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