Monthly Archive: November 2016

Nov 30

3 Lessons I Learned From Losing Someone I Love

Losing someone we love is so painful that we neglect everything especially the lessons it brings. Three years ago, I lost my second child. It was the most painful phase that happened in my life but it was also the best teacher. So instead of mourning on his death anniversary, I choose to value the …

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Nov 28

Get Through The Storm And Walk Among Stars

Christmas air can sometimes be exaggerated and dreadful. Sometimes it can be playful. While it is helpful for one who wants to curl up in bed, it is a challenge for another who needs to cross the sea to get home. With ferry trips from Cebu to Bohol being cancelled, I thought I wouldn’t be able …

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Nov 15

4 Lessons In Life That I Learned From Basic Photography

I used to believe that basic photography is just a point-click thing so when Shaw Academy offered free courses, I gave it a miss over Graphic Design. It was only when I found the long lost camera my sister-in-law gave that my interest in photography has reached its peak. Peering through the faulty camera’s viewfinder, …

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Nov 07

Kawaii Cafe: Take Two

Last Thursday’s weather wasn’t perfect but I couldn’t turn down a tempting invite. So I went out, braved the rain, and made my way to Kawaii cafe. Yes, to Kawaii Cafe again. Why? Because there is something in there that pulls me back. It could be the instrumental music that filled the air, or the …

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Nov 01

4 Reasons Why An Unrequitted Love Isn’t A Bad Thing

Loving someone without getting the same love in return can be painful in the beginning, frustrating in the middle, and exhausting in the end. But I was able to take  the pain to my advantage until I got past the heartache. And it was only then that I learned that being in a one-sided love …

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