Relate

Posted on: November 17, 2015

I am slowly learning that some people are not good for me, no matter how much I love them. I deserve someone who is gentle and kind, because my soul is getting tired. Realizing that I deserve something good is one of the first steps.  

– Michelle K.

 

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Artwork by Matthew Grabelsky via berlin-artparasites

i learned something very valuable this weekend that i pray i never forget. no matter how much I love other people, i can’t deny the fact that one day i’ll have to let them go. no matter how close i am to friends and even family, if they are draining the life out of me to the point of unnecessary pain and disgusting treatment, then i have to go. cause maybe that is a sign that it’s time that we grow on our own. it might be a tough pill to swallow but it’s medicine that we all need to take at some point in our lives. that’s life. many might stay, some people go.. and in rare moments, you’re the one who needs to go. bye bye catty people.

x

where do i begin?

Posted on: September 4, 2015

bad to best days

Posted on: May 28, 2015

possibilities

today is one of those days when you wish you didn’t get out of bed in the morning because it would not be good anyway. i’ve been through a lot of these kinds of days and i’ve learned to fight for the bright side, intently looking for the happy side of it all that assures me that the day is not wasted. over the years, i’ve developed this ‘bounce back’ habit of simply seeing possibilities in problems and pressures. instead of losing power to things that is out of your control, actively choose what you see and focus on it so that you can take charge of the situation once more. there’s nothing wrong in having a bad day, it doesn’t always mean it’s your fault why you’re feeling lousy. but know for sure that when you wake up to a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, choose to see only the possibilities that surround you, and you’ll soon turn that day around and make it one of your best days yet! xx, E.

See Singapore

Posted on: April 8, 2015

one of my most loved countries in Asia – Singapore. This city has advanced greatly considering its many difficulties in the past. Despite not having much natural resources to begin with, Singapore fought for sustainability and is now benefitting from that act. athing that can be gleaned from this is — whether one starts with plenty or naught, if there’s a will then there’s a way. God bless Singapore!

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three for thursday

Posted on: March 27, 2015

       

  

i love nature. i love how diverse it is and how God thoughtfully made every specie that ever existed. it’s absolutely breathtaking.

Timely Note

Posted on: March 10, 2015

Live Colorfully

if you’re a fan of Kate Spade, this phrase is probably not new to you. this thought welcomed the new year with me. i took every bit of it as a challenge as well as mind candy. i’m a very careful person that’s why most (if not all) of my actions and decisions are calculated. too calculated at times that i think i’m more of a robot than a human being. haha! so for 2015, i’m fighting for fun and craving for lots of color in my life. Good thing, anything out of my usual routine can be considered as such. I guess those days that were planned to a T set the bar really low for this new journey of mine.

Fish Tales

Posted on: February 10, 2015

it started with 2 swordtail ‘fishies’, an aquatic plant and a fishbowl and it has now grew to this, a legit tank. been ‘aquascaping’ this tank for the ‘fishies’ for 3 days now and it’s now filled with water and currently houses 3 ‘shrimpies’ (shrimps) and Oto I (an otocinclus). Yay! Crossing my fingers that they all live 100 years and more, haha!

"'aquascaping'

filled tank

Louisa Wendorff

Posted on: January 3, 2015

totally fan-girling on Louisa Wendorff.  her cover of Blank Space + Style is a hit, and it’s not a mystery why.

73 Qs with Blake

Posted on: December 30, 2014

73 Qs with O

Posted on: December 23, 2014

taboo, it’s the game of unspeakable fun.

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