I haven’t been active for the past four months because, yeah, I’ve been back to work! Once again, the busy days become longer and the rest days are shorter. But I’m grateful. I’m grateful for the four months of vacation and the four months that followed that put my grind and game face back on. Here’s what happened to me in the last quarter of 2019:
July is the month of heartbreaks and miracles. Just looking at my Mood Tracker you'll know I went through series of ups and downs the whole month. Though we have the means to spend on our daily expenses because of Aljhon's business, we started to feel the effect of my work hiatus on our savings. … Continue reading 2019 | July
I have always wanted to work in a school. Perhaps because I look up to my Mom and she works in a University so I would like to do the same. But it is really a dream that I grow old looking and feeling youthful because I am serving the young people. But this dream … Continue reading Being the school’s Best Office Employee: winning a losing battle
Team CGS attended the CEAP seminar for non-licensed Guidance Counselors on May 8-9, 2018 at UST. It was a fruitful 2-day learning opportunity as UST Guidance Counselors gave insightful talk about Prevention Programming, Counseling theories applicable to school setting, Suicide Prevention, and Building Resilience. I am glad that I was finally reunited with my co-GCs … Continue reading Summer learnings (as of May 2018)
#GorioPH decided to finally let the sun shine last Saturday so Aljhon and I took the chance to take Ella to her first out-of-bahay experience. Aside kasi from attending Sunday mass in the neighborhood chapel and her first checkup in UST, this is our first pasyal as a family. I am somewhat hesitant to take … Continue reading Of life and reminiscing last weekend
Ella turned 1 month old yesterday. Being a newbie Mom that I am, the past first month was crucial, terrifying, and memorable, not just for me but for the whole family. While Aljhon and I were both in tip toes to keep this tiny human being breathing and satisfied, I know both our families (especially … Continue reading A Month to Remember
Hi! My name's Josine. I started this blog three years ago to detail my boring life as a professional yaya in a Child Care facility that pioneered child care inside a BPO company. I was only 23, idealistic, insightful, and hopeful. I was at the peak of my "young (pre) adulthood"- aside from work, I … Continue reading Starting all over again
I like the word 'indolence'. It makes my laziness seem classy. -Bernard Williams Yes. This kind of days happens. Hmpf.