October 2019 Articles

I thought September was busy. I was wrong. October brought a different perspective to how busy a month could go. But you’re not here to read the old complaints about work so here I dish a number of eye-opening articles I read this month. What Depression is Really Like (Brainpickings) I am neither articulate nor…

September 2019 Articles

Let’s admit it. There are those months you think you’ll be busy only to find out that it can get busier. That’s not comforting for fresh graduates who are looking for jobs out there, I know. Eventually, they’ll face the harsh reality that ideal workplaces will remain a figment of their imagination–unless they do something…

Customer Service 101

Not everyone can work in the service industry. Not everyone who works in the service industry actually fits the requirement. At least, that’s what I thought. Needless to say, Customer Service is not my first choice when choosing a career because it truly is difficult. How service personnel keep that charming and understanding smiles while…

June 2019 Articles

Once upon a time, there lived a person who promised not to let anything hinder her from writing, an activity that she loved so much. Well, she still loves it, there’s no doubt about that, but monsters keep getting in the way and she barely gets enough time to write yet she still writes because…

May 2019 Articles

Amassing a number of adjectives synonymous to tiring would be an exaggeration for what this month was for me but it truly was exhausting. Two big reasons: Avengers, The Big Bang Theory, and Game of Thrones have just ended and I suffered from a long and literally draining diarrhea. The 1968 Sci-Fi that Spookily Predicted…

Starting with Succulents

There are a number of articles from my old personal blog that I want to salvage and one of them is a write up on my first cacti, Fuji and Eiji. I was immensely proud of and cared so much for them–probably a little too much. Eiji didn’t survive rotting roots and Fuji…well, it got…

February 2019 Articles

Love month! The shortest month of the year just came in a whirlwind and for all we know, there are only 10 months before 2020. I better stop here, lol. Here are the articles I found sooooo informative this month: Hideaki Akaiwa Jumps Headfirst Into Tsunami Water To Save Family and Neighbors And that’s love….

December 2018 Articles

Last year’s December caught me by surprise, and lo and behold, come January, I realized my post went on without even me sufficiently greeting my readers a Happy Christmas and a blessed New Year.  And since I don’t want to be caught unaware again, I have prepared a proper list this time. NASA InSight Lander…

Passion vs. Strength, The Magnet Theory

Where lies your passion, you may find your strength. How do I identify the difference between these two? Strength for me is a product of consistent practice. It’s an overt behavior and in a way it means people compliment you for it without you needing them to or without you knowing why. To exemplify, one…

October 2018 Articles

October has been a big month for my career and personal life. It’s amazing how I can still catch up on my reading–that makes me amazing then. LOL I finished Filed Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents and The Buried Giant, two of the books I had bought in MIBF (woaaah, I am reminded of how time…