Finding comfort zones in people

Sometimes we hold on to people or to habits far longer than we should because we’re comfortable.

It’s called comfort zone for a reason. Nothing changes and there are no challenges, nothing to interrupt your routine. It’s a never ending and extremely boring path which leads right back to the beginning. It is a place where one can run away from his fears rather than facing them head on. As comfortable and tempting as it may seem, it is never the right option. Continue reading

The guys Taylor and Adele warned you about

When I’m happy, I’m tara-libre-kita-kasi-mahal-kita happy, and when I’m sad, I’m wag-mo-kong-lapitan-hayop-ka sad.

With my feelings, there will never be an in between. As a side effect of being an extremely emotional person, there are just some things you never forget, and by things I mean people. When I was younger, I was so certain that I was going to marry the first person I fell in love with. It didn’t matter who he was or what he liked or disliked because he will DEFINITELY be my soulmate. I mean, he had to be. Continue reading

Caution: Emotional constipation ahead

So far 2016 has been a year for realizing stuff. We’re all just realizing. Lol.

For real tho, 2016 has got me feeling all sorts of feels and I am in no way emotionally stable for any of it! I’ve been feeling awfully restless. I find myself thinking about the future and where I am now. To be honest, this isn’t exactly where I thought I would be at 21. I’m so thankful to have been blessed with getting a job almost immediately after graduating. It has been such a fruitful experience and I’ve learned so much about the industry and about myself. In more ways than one, this job has helped me develop my creative side and it has opened numerous doors for me–but still I find myself wanting more. Continue reading