Writing this in haste. I don’t know what to do anymore. I feel like I can’t talk to people around… Read more I Need Help
Tonight, as I was on the phone catching up with a friend, we explored the possibilities of the future from… Read more Journal | On Becoming Our Full Potential
I still can’t believe that this was my first and last trip to the beach for summer 2020. I remember… Read more Journal | Coping with COVID-19
On the morning of January 29, 2019, I didn’t notice I forgot to set my alarm the night before until… Read more Journal | One Morning in January
I always find death fascinating. I’m not sure why. But the concept of people drawing their last breath — consciousness… Read more Journal | How To Make Sense Of Death?
There’s this idea that in order to heal, one must face, brave, and not walk away from whatever triggered the… Read more Two Roads
Warning: If you are currently dealing with anxiety, panic attacks, depression and other mental illnesses, the following is a written… Read more Coping with Anxiety and Depression
I remember someone, from almost 2 years ago, watching me read a Stephen King book — not much of a… Read more Never Interrupt The Reading Woman — An Anecdote
Small talks. That’s not what I crave for. Tell me your biggest fears, your worst nightmares. The person you always… Read more Small Talks
I listed a few things I learned from 2017 to welcome the year 2018.I hope to bear these learnings with me throughout, and that somehow it shines upon others too.
They say I cannot love someone else if I didn’t love myself first. Or that I cannot help somebody else,… Read more Random Musing
Being bilingual is undeliably fun, as I can communicate with whoever in the world I want, and quite a battle… Read more The Struggle is Real: Translating Tagalog to English