The thing people do not speak about: post-traumatic stress SUPost sent a rejection e-mail today, and trivago a week ago. Flashback to 8 months prior–I was packing my things back home to the Philippines, and making sure I leave Japan without any loose thread. I took care of pending bills, and the mandatory pension I will … More Traumas and the Talk
No shocker this post is about a promise ring, but it’s not just about any promise ring. It is a diamond ring sent from Kentucky to Manila, paid for in Texas. You see we’re living in a borderless world. Dec 2, 2016 Manila–The morning after I got back home from my two-week vacation in Singapore, my … More Promise ring
I was thrown off. Coming into the second interview, I felt I have prepared enough to get me through–I have practiced possible behavioral and personality questions and studied on what a media buyer job entails. Having proved to the Team that I do have the skills in data analysis, I thought that I passed the … More “Consider it done.” -God
I am waiting for Malachite to wake up with a mug of red wine beside me. I must have finished a third of a bottle. I’ve just finished watching the movie Life of Pi in my attempt to understand the whole thing the second time around. The first time I watched it was in the big … More Pi & Despondence
THE BRITNEY SPEARS SYNDROME A.K.A. THE “LUCKY” I’ve never had a boyfriend, and in three days I will turn 24. It no longer surprises me that this fact surprises people. I have gotten too many “No kidding?” and “You gotta be lying!” to react any differently. In fact I have crafted the best answer when I deal … More Am I ready?
“Consider yourselves fortunate, my brothers and sisters, when you meet with every kind of of trial, for you know that the testing of you faith makes you steadfast.” James I 1:2 “…God has said: ‘I will never forsake you or abandon you,’ and we shall confidently answer: ‘The Lord is my helper, I will not fear; … More On repose in trials