In my previous post, we tackled about how we don’t stop learning things even after stepping out of school, whether by accident or if we choose to do so, and how available tutorials could help us prepare for the job we want. But what if you only decided to learn new things just for the… Continue reading Never Stop Learning: What’s Your Excuse?
This is somehow relevant to my latest pin on this blog and to my current situation where I regretted being idle for months without doing something to fix it. I felt like things went for the worst since I ‘stopped’. My third sister is currently looking for a new job after her contract ended, while… Continue reading Starting Over Again
It has been months since my last post, it was something I regretted neglecting it for a period of time. I’m sure you know why. A lot of things have happened in my personal life, including my sudden illness, but it wasn’t major (and don’t worry, it’s not COVID-19 although I was so close in… Continue reading A Faithful Return
It’s normal to get scared, but like they say, nothing will happen if you don’t try. That was what I’ve learned from doing the same boring routine at work and after watching and listening to a certain webinar hosted by Sir Miguel Campaner and after watching helpful tips from YouTube. Trust me, YouTube will be… Continue reading The Fear — And Courage — Of Taking Risks
WHY? A lot of people struggling to get things done end up procrastinating, and it contributes a lot of factors. Let’s all admit: most of us hate to admit that they’re getting lazy over something they, themselves, have planned for a long time, and when they realized what went wrong, they will end up cramming… Continue reading Procrastination: The Enemy Within