Best Places for Vacation in August

Summer has been in full swing in many countries in past few months, but still on its way in others. How about you? Have you been wondering where to spend the rest of your vacation days in August? You might want to check out the following destinations and find your next go-to vacation. Boracay in … Continue reading Best Places for Vacation in August

A Love Story of a Successful Second Marriage

One lazy afternoon, I browsed my laptop's folders and found a blog, read it, and realized I was actually thinking about marriage years ago as I was able to create a love story about a successful second marriage. Here it goes... Oftentimes I got praise from my husband telling me that he never knew true … Continue reading A Love Story of a Successful Second Marriage

Well-Spent Weekend at Mt. Naupa on the National Mountain Cleanup Day

      The ride. The almost out-of-breath and challenging climb. The moonlight. The bond. The camaraderie. The thirst and sweat and stinky feels. The foggy morning. The fun. The happiness in each other’s face. What a weekend well-spent outdoors!     Been to Mt. Naupa a number of times already, and it never fails … Continue reading Well-Spent Weekend at Mt. Naupa on the National Mountain Cleanup Day

Being Strong, Being Optimistic in Life

Out of my wandering mind, I got a story to tell. Rough at times, but life is still beautiful In the busy business hub of New York, there live a couple who finally have a baby boy after 15 years of marriage. They are so happy that they became very delicate of him. They never … Continue reading Being Strong, Being Optimistic in Life

Undeniably Beautiful Lake Apo

Undeniably Beautiful Lake Apo      I have been hearing about a lake in my hometown, but never got the chance to visit it until this summer.  It’s named Lake Apo. It’s so funny how I thought the lake is located in Davao when I was still in high school. I never thought it is, … Continue reading Undeniably Beautiful Lake Apo

Ending Age-Old Violence Through the Youth

The layman’s notable statement “The youth is the nation’s hope” is true in developing countries under violence caused by rebel-government conflicts for years. Third world countries are well known for old-age violence between rebels and government forces with rampant cases of corruption, uncontrollable inflation and undeveloped infrastructure. History speaks of the real story behind these … Continue reading Ending Age-Old Violence Through the Youth

The Journey, The Party with the Yolanda Survivors

    Christmas time is giving back time. This is exactly how I felt when we, together with friends, went to Bantayan Island, Cebu, Philippines on the 21st and 22nd of December 2013. I’m so fulfilled for the success of our Christmas Party with the Yolanda (Haiyan) super typhoon survivors. Unlike our first outreach in … Continue reading The Journey, The Party with the Yolanda Survivors