What a Relief

Do you know the feeling when you overcame your fear? When your chest is liberated by knowing you can actually do what you are most afraid of. What a relief. I am not a fan of talking “seriously” because of my jolly character. It is not my piece-of-cake to open up especially to my parents.… More What a Relief

Another Path

Rejection is part of the process for your journey to success. You won’t know what will happen if you stop now. If anyone didn’t want you in their life, take the next route and move on. It’s easier said than done but it’s already another path to overcome and explore. Pursuing your dreams is not… More Another Path

To All the Girls Who Stopped Believing in Love (an Open Letter)

To all the girls who stopped believing in love, Let your doors open. It’s true you were hurt, down, and even broken. But you can still stand up and be stronger than you have been. You can be better than what you were. Love is not what you expect it to be. It is always… More To All the Girls Who Stopped Believing in Love (an Open Letter)


I had an untamed hair. It was all over the place. I brushed it too much. Shampooed the wrong products. Damaged with heat. Every possible torture I made that could have been prevented if only I knew what to do with it. Do I regret it? No. But now, I can do better. My hair… More Embrace

Looking Back

There were times I stumbled down. Long before help came to brush off the dust, I didn’t think living was fun. It was challenging. If the mind wins over the heart, it’s game over. There were times my songs drew back. Long before a fiery spirit tried to ignite my unlit soul, the path was… More Looking Back


My problem is I am afraid of the word NO. If you told me to do something I know I could, I volunteer to have the work. Sometimes, I forgot I am only human and do what it needs to be done. BUT THAT IS WRONG! You cannot take everything and then be someone with… More Tied

Strava Escape Plan

Last week, Strava updated me with a September challenge. It is called the Escape Plan. The only rule is to be active for 5 days a week in 4 consecutive weeks. A 15-minute workout per day is required to call it done. Since today is September 2nd, I decided to get active almost immediately. I… More Strava Escape Plan