Look Back: June.

I only have two words to accurately describe how my June went: rain and good byes. The Philippines entered the gloomy climate once again, as expected of this time of the year. And it followed in the most inconvenient manner that heavy traffic going to work and going back home were to be part of… More Look Back: June.


I have resigned myself to the fact that there is no one perfect job. But every single imperfect job isn’t exempted from great highlights that motivate you and give you your winning days. Mine are the books my teammates and I create ads for, most especially when I find enough time to read them from… More Books.

Meditation on meds.

Our bodies are like ticking time bombs. At least that’s what I began pondering on when I found myself in the hospital for a couple of times last week. The number of medicines I need to take (and the manner in which I should take them) amounted to something close to an algorithm. See below:… More Meditation on meds.

Heart on the cross!

[Image via] A few minutes ago, before I said good night to my siblings and began pounding my fingertips on the keyboard, I nonchalantly exclaimed (as if it had to be heard), “I need to write about my Holy week reflection! Otherwise, Holy week won’t happen!” A complete exaggeration. Now here I am, a little… More Heart on the cross!

Thoughts on D-Day.

A mix of excitement and dread has been surfacing in me the past few weeks. I was told that life was made of little milestones, little achievements that we accomplish from one to next — step by step, like going through a supernaturally orchestrated map laid out for us. These past weeks, I have been… More Thoughts on D-Day.