The Highlight of My 2019: God’s Grace

The most common year-ender reflection is to think of the things that went well and did not go well the entire year. This is to basically think of things or circumstances that we should be thankful to God for, and think of how we can change or improve for the better next year. These reflections have become the backbone for most of our new year’s … Continue reading The Highlight of My 2019: God’s Grace

The Ego-Crushing News We Need To Hear Everyday

[Month 1, Week 3: This post is part of the “6 Month Discipleship Plan” series] I don’t easily get hooked on devotionals not because they’re not good (in fact, there are a lot of Bible-saturated and well-written devos out there!); it’s just that I firmly believe that another person’s point-of-view cannot replace having a fresh reviving insight directly from THE source. I often read devos, … Continue reading The Ego-Crushing News We Need To Hear Everyday

Why I Attended A Parenting Talk

I am thankful to have recently attended the “Booked for Summer” event by OMF Literature. This is the third OMF Lit event that I have attended to. The first one was a writing workshop by Ms. Joy Tan Chi-Mendoza while the second one was the book launch of Isa Garcia’s “Found” and Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio’s “Better Than Jewels”. If you want to know more about OMF … Continue reading Why I Attended A Parenting Talk

Why I Gave All My Starbucks Stickers Away + My 2019 Faith Goals

I first used a planner in 2010 during my second half of sophomore year in college. I have found planners handy ever since. I recently shared here how my love for journaling came about because of my use of planners.  I personally prefer planners that are basic — lined, A5, open flat and stitch-bound. I initially wanted a Starbucks planner for 2019. I unknowingly accumulated … Continue reading Why I Gave All My Starbucks Stickers Away + My 2019 Faith Goals