• Health and Fitness,  Mental Health

    Being Bipolar: Depression and Procrastination

    Being Bipolar: Depression and Procrastination

    Hiya.. I have Bipolar-1, and to be honest, it’s hard for me to work. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job. I’m a writer who gets to submit whenever as long as it’s within the day. In my blogs, I get to write whatever I want. But when I’m in that phase where.. doing anything is a painful chore, I have to really  push myself to do it. Procrastination. I have a lot of time, but I can’t seem to function.  I’ve been neglecting my…

  • Personal Musings

    How’s your head? – R-18 Rant

    h”Haven’t had any complaints!” as the common line on RPDR (Ru Paul’s Drag Race) always say. But kidding aside, my head is not okay. I can’t even post a rant on FB because I got muted. Why? Because I was posting rants against the incompetency of the government left and right. Well, not just rant. I was cursing, saying death threats. Wishing death against other human beings (as evil they may be).  How’s your head? The past few months were a road to recovery. I thought…

  • Health and Fitness,  Mental Health,  Personal Musings,  Workout Routines and App Reviews

    I got fat.

    That’s it. That’s the post. I got fat.  Sometimes I even wonder if anyone still reads my blog even if it’s not a “how-to” guide or a product review. Over the past few days (weeks even). I’ve been occupied trying to make a living and trying to make something out of my life. Just like the rest of us. I finally got a couple of jobs that don’t make me pull my hair out of my scalp, albeit they don’t pay as much. But it’s…

  • Personal Musings

    Why I Try to Never Say “No” To My Child

    A friend raised a question on Facebook recently if he should buy his son a violin, because he’s interested in violin as of the moment. He wasn’t so keen on getting one, because his son might lose interest in just a couple of days, or weeks.  Should you say NO? My lengthy answer is below Disclaimer: We’re not going to talk about spoiling our children. We”re going to talk about positive and supportive parenting. Using positive parenting phrases can set more precise boundaries than the…

  • Personal Musings

    Parents, admit you’re wrong

    While I always admit to my child if I make mistakes. Today’s case was particularly special. A stupidity so huge it affected the entire neighborhood I accused someone of stealing.   The story of the missing phone We’re still on lockdown and all laundromats are still closed. This is one of the few things I learned on quarantine. Handwashing and drying clothes outside. Honestly, it was one of my favorite chores. Seeing the soiled shirts, towels, sheets, fresh and clean again. The sun naturally killing…

  • How To's,  Personal Musings,  Trending

    Working from Home (with kids and no nanny)

    Hi there! I’m writing this post as a supplementary guide for my talk on Lazada Live week. We’re still under lockdown as of writing, and businesses are now restructuring their strategy for the future. Digital is no longer the future, it is the present. If you want your business to thrive, you need to adapt to the changes of the time.  One of the perks of going digital is having your employees to work from home. I’m an employee, consultant, and owner. I’ve quit my…

  • Personal Musings

    Coronavirus: Little things I looked forward to during lockdown

    Today we’ll focus a bit on the positive. As much as I felt shitty in the past few weeks. It’s been over a month since the coronavirus lockdown here in the Philippines that began March 15, 2020. I’m naturally an introvert, so surviving this should be relatively easy. Surprisingly it ain’t. There are days where I meltdown, break down and throw fits. Nights where I couldn’t sleep and had to temporarily rely on sleep supplements like Calm Tabs or Melatonin.  The feeling that you’re stuck…

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