It’s not a secret to you anymore that my husband and I lived in Hong Kong in the earlier part of our marriage. Maybe what I haven’t told you yet is that we felt lost […]
When we’re young and living with our parents, we’re used to so many things being done for us. Many things come automatic – kitchen shelves go replenished once empty, food is served on the table […]
Motherhood has never been easy, but I can definitely tell you that being a mother in the middle of a pandemic takes the cake for being one of the most difficult times in a mother’s […]
Hi, Neatropolis! This is the second of the four-part blog series on organizing papers. In this blog, we will discuss organizing papers for your business. I thought this topic merits a separate blog because a […]
I get a lot of requests for tips on organizing papers. Because really, who among us have not struggled with paper clutter? One day, there’s only one piece of paper on your desk, and before […]
Language allows people to understand and be understood. This is why whenever we visit a city or country that speaks a language different from ours, we try to learn at least a few of their […]
When ABS-CBN asked me to write a book, I had a hundred different feelings at once. I called my best friend Cindy to help me try to make sense of what I was actually feeling. […]
We are sentimental beings.
I bet that some of you still have your very first blanket, very first toy, or maybe your or your child’s very first dislodged tooth. If ever you have given them away or thrown them out, I am pretty sure that the experience was not easy. But there are some things that you can never be able to give or throw away, like memories.
I started driving when I was 16. Learning how to drive at that age is empowering. It’s a different kind of feeling to be behind the steering wheel, to be in control of something, in […]