Things I look forward to
As we just celebrated Labor Day last Friday, the prev month was designated "Counseling Awareness Month", and this May we are observing the "Mental Health Awareness Month", I thought of writing something about my profession- being a School Guidance Counselor.
Today is the last day of January, the first month of the year and of the decade. As we all know, numerous catastrophes had already happened, and we're reminded of one thing: that we are all - regardless of our wealth, status, intelligence, or education- just fleeting journeyers in life. Nothing is permanent, and everything … Continue reading What if this year is going to be your last?
Happy Fathers' Day
It was the weekend of Mother's Day and our 3rd wedding anniversary, but it was also Philippines' mid-term election and Game of Thrones penultimate episode of the series' final season. Truly a weekend of good times and bad. My husband unwittingly told me I am already becoming too negative and cynical. Basing on who will … Continue reading Of good times and bad
Holidays as spent by a working Mom like me.
http://news.abs-cbn.com/life/07/14/18/sakto-lang-lanyards-not-medals-for-ust-grad-in-viral-tweet 💘💘💘 This article shot right through my heart, for I know what that student feels, and I was compelled to share. Hahah 😅 One step into UST campus as a high school freshman way back in 2003, I already realized I'm no match with my classmates. Though I know deep inside that I can … Continue reading Awardless valedictorian
Holy week this year came early, longer, and had more meaning for me. Actually, I was not able to attend any mass services, nor the Washing of the Feet mass and even the Salubong; and more heartbreakingly, Aljhon and I failed to keep our commitment to serve in our chapter's Christian Life Program. But this … Continue reading Holding On (till the) Pain Ends