Inspiration, Uncategorized

Reflecting on 2019: why practicing the art of contentment is currently my life’s greatest gain

When we were growing up as kids, the world somehow managed to reiterate that the idea of being successful is to have our lives all figured out by a certain age. This scheme means marrying someone to start a family, have a high paying job, a big house full of extravagant things, a fancy car… Continue reading Reflecting on 2019: why practicing the art of contentment is currently my life’s greatest gain

Inspiration, Singapore

My Solo Singapore Trip: 7 things that I learned after I quit my job in the Philippines

Right after my plane landed back in Manila from Bali sometime around September 2019, I had an avalanche of feels that I no longer enjoy my job. And when I found out that I will be peacing out to move and live to Dubai (I mean it’s very spontaneous, thanks to my friends who sponsored… Continue reading My Solo Singapore Trip: 7 things that I learned after I quit my job in the Philippines

Inspiration

Leaving home to start a brand new life abroad: Real adventures begin at the end of your comfort zone

So this is the feeling of leaving home off to the airport? Of not knowing when you’ll be back again. The bittersweet atmosphere of seeing your 70L backpack ready to be picked when it’s time to leave. And there’s something melancholy between the 4am air and your mum sitting on the sofa in your living… Continue reading Leaving home to start a brand new life abroad: Real adventures begin at the end of your comfort zone

Dreams

Chasing our childhood dream: it might be a slow process but quitting won’t speed it up

When I was young, I grew up watching films about traveling the world and achieving hella fantastic goals. Those things include getting an apartment in New York City, strolling the streets of Paris with a special someone and waking up one morning finding out you're an heir to a great empire. Those were cheesy as… Continue reading Chasing our childhood dream: it might be a slow process but quitting won’t speed it up

Inspiration

An open letter to the person who’s afraid to come out yet

Typing these words are sending tears to my eyes because this topic is so dear to me. I found myself with a heavy sigh, and all these thoughts are like avalanche inside my mind. Probably because I have a lot of things to say. Maybe these are the words that I wish I heard when… Continue reading An open letter to the person who’s afraid to come out yet

Inspiration, Telegraphs, Uncategorized

Dear friend, I am feeling lost at 25

Hi friend, I've been thinking a lot about life lately and I don't know why I am writing this to you. It's just that I found myself caught in this situation again. I have been constantly daydreaming about finding the center of my inner balance. I've been always the kind of guy who is very… Continue reading Dear friend, I am feeling lost at 25

Inspiration, Uncategorized

15 highlights of my 2018

Everything is super fast-paced. I can still recall being all sleepy last year's new years eve writing about how 2017 was a painful year to me; still feeling that positive energy I have for the coming year which is 2018. And then days turn into weeks. Weeks quickly turn to months. And before I know… Continue reading 15 highlights of my 2018

Telegraphs, Uncategorized

Read this when you feel sad

Hello you, I know something has pushed you to click the link to read this. You are probably lost, sad and everything melancholy in between. I don't know what is causing you so much internal conflict, but I want to be nice so I will still ask you, how are you? With gloomy eyes, you… Continue reading Read this when you feel sad