I have been dreaming of a lifestyle that is not the usual “climb onto the corporate ladder” kind. I even once wrote an article about my cravings of a very hectic, luxurious, business life that’s all about sacks of money, material things, and owning a Bentley. Maybe I was dreaming too much of grandiosity that I fell short on the “real” things around us. My experiences so far taught me one thing… “Enjoy life!” Continue reading “Breaking Free from the Chains of Monotony”
I’ve been away from home for three months already. You see, I planted myself in the humble residence of my ill grandmother, patiently taking care of her and waiting for her recovery. Although it’s not the lifestyle that I have envisioned myself to be living, I found this kind of situation to be life-changing in several aspects. Continue reading “A Good Kind of Solitude”
Once upon a time, there exists “reality” – a time synced to being offline for several hours a day. A time to step outside and feel the wind, smell the flowers, hear the birds chip, taste the delicious eggs made by mom for breakfast and see the green, luscious fields. There were no online social networking, no necessary gadgets to “fit in” to society, and no 24/7 internet connection. It’s purely life disconnected from the addicting virtual atmosphere of the world wide web. That was then. Continue reading “Balancing The Digital Age”
Talk about the Dinagyang Festival with all the street dancing and city-wide partying, I guess this human body could not take the squirming microorganisms flying through the air in a jam-packed, obviously crowded event. Just as the winners of the festival was announced, there I was on my bed with a thick blanket and a pile of tissue paper to nurse my running nose. Quite a creative exchange of fun and health, I must say! Boo! 😛
So, a glimpse of my “reality” – Dinagyang Festival dancers (not including me) 🙂 Continue reading “Week-long Staycation”
So I checked my domain name registration and what do you know – my personal domain and portfolio got expired and vanished into thin air. 😦 That site served as my online business card and when I inquired about me taking it back because I failed to check the expiration date, *poof* they flashed me with a bill of $300… WHAT?!
Continue reading “The Importance of an Online Portfolio”