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It allowed me to think and reevaluate major life decisions.
Back then, every time I would think about what my life would be like when I turn 30, I'd imagine working a corporate job in the big city and having my own apartment. I didn't think that I&#
'I couldn't see myself staying anywhere else but here.'
Whenever someone asks me to describe myself, I would usually start by saying, I'm a small-town girl who moved to the Metro to pursue my love for design. You see, that was something I couldn't really do
'I've been so much healthier and my mind has dramatically become more at peace.'
Before I moved back to Bacolod, my hometown, I stayed in BGC. I just lived a few blocks away from our office building so I simply walked to and from work. On most days, I was just within the Taguig and Makati
'The island gives you peace enough to bring out the best in you.'
It's difficult to chill and ~find peace~ these days, especially with the ongoing pandemic. Plus, given all the news we see on social media, "to relax" is easier said than done. For Dr. TJ Manalang, a municipal health officer in
'It is where I feel at peace, a place where I can grow.'
I returned to Manila feeling like my head and heart had been straightened out.
It was March 2, and my dad was preparing for a much-awaited flight to Cebu, after a month of having stayed in my Manila apartment for work errands. He had come from a 12-month contract abroad as a seafarer and
Probinsya life? Here's what it's been like so far.
Over the weekend, I had one of my "munimos", a cute term my mom and I call our muni-muni moments, and I thought about what my twenty-year-old self would say if she knew I was: 1) living with my
Video calls with them make me feel like we’re all together in our kitchen.
Our family is big, but I've always been super clingy with my mom. I wanted to be around her all the time, and she was also the type to tell me to come and watch her cook. Whenever she was
I feel like a fraud and I don't know why. Normal ba 'to?
Q: I've been working for almost 10 years now, so marami na rin akong nagawa at natutunan. Objectively, alam ko naman 'yun. Pero sometimes, when I'm praised at work or may na-accomplish ako, I have this
Here's what an expert has to say.
Q: Grabe talaga yung stress sa work these days kasi 'di talaga namin ma-meet yung expectations ng company dahil sa pandemic. Everyone's just expected to do double the work pa. I find myself posting about my feelings on
You're not alone.
Q: Alam ko one year na tayong ganito at ang tawag natin sa sitwasyon na 'to ay "new normal" pero nothing feels normal. There are good days, sure, but more often than not, I just feel lost and unmotivated. Feeling ko