Celebrating its 121-year of independence (Araw ng Kalayaan); Places to visit
Six days from now many fathers around the globe will be greeted and appreciated by their family, relatives, friends and colleagues. Why?
A definitive guide on how I started blogging, then migrated from Blogger to WordPress platform. HOW I STARTED I have been blogging since 2016. Back then, I wasn’t as active compared right now. Before anything else, you need to ask yourself, why do you want to blog? Blogging is a tiring task that needs your full attention and some time, if not full time. It’s a continuous work that you need to deal with everyday. It will divide your time or eat up all of your time even just by making a single article alone. What more if you have a deadline? You see, when I started, I didn’t know all of these. I remember, I started my content writing in a small publishing house. My first article is about Writer’s Block and the rest is history. I only got the full grasped of what it meant by blogging only when I started. From being an article writer, I was given the opportunity to handle a website and a group dedicated for indie writers. I didn’t know it was this Read More..
Google might have triggered an impending new monster that will eat them whole, depending on the outcome.
Election period had ended. Local officials were proclaimed while the national positions are under tallying. Some voters were discouraged of the outcome, crying out rigging of votes; throwing out low blows against their opponents even before the campaigning period started.
Today is a special day for mothers around the world. Flowers, gifts and social media greetings everywhere. Of course, it will not be special if I didn’t post my personal greeting to the special woman, the mother of my daughter– Evelyn.
I haven’t been in beaches lately. The Holy Week had finished and that was one of the busiest week for beach resort owners.
It’s passed 2 a.m. It is raining while I am doing this. I feel like writing my 2 am thoughts at this moment. I like rain actually, but only to an extent. Some people call it as pluviophile (lover of rain; someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days).
This is simple yet profound that when taken by heart it has a deep meaning within its context. Sometimes we don’t know that a part of us that was hurt can leave a scar that cannot easily mend by time, or even death.
I have never been in many places in the Philippines. I only saw limited places across the region. But, I must say that even in these limited places, as long as you have an optimistic perception of everything, you could see beauty in it.