I feel good. The kind of good that someone feels after reading a book, especially a good book, and I just did. I just finished reading "Words In Deep Blue" by Cath Crowley like thirty minutes ago. I actually have to post a book review on Goodreads and on my new blog site intended only for book reviews and… Continue reading How and Where I Want to Die.
DEMON's LIES: 'You can't do it.' 'You're not good enough.' 'You don't have what it takes. 'You're not gonna make it.' Familiar with those lines? Yes? Most often, we hear these lines from other people but sometimes, WE say them to ourselves. It's our 'Inner Demon' that makes us say those words. I'm turning 25 this coming June, and… Continue reading Inner Demon
How to Fall in Love by Cecelia Ahern My rating: 5 of 5 stars I've been reading Ahern's works since forever and I love her novels because they're all heartwarming and easy reads. This one isn't different from all her works. I enjoyed it as much as I did with the others.The heroine, CHRISTINE is… Continue reading How To Fall In Love by Cecelia Ahern: A Review
Yesterday, today and tomorrow are all now. 'I wish I can go back and change things' I'm pretty sure we've all desired the same thing. Maybe some wished it openly, some kept it to themselves. We all have regrets. We all have a thing or two(maybe more) in our past that we would want to change… Continue reading Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
What do we do when we spilled our coffee?
I know, it should be spilled milk. But I don’t drink milk so I’m just gonna go with coffee since it has been my companion since I was a little kid. And I am too familiar with coffee stain and it has, somehow, got to do with what I’m going to share.
Spilled coffee and stains. (Haven’t heard of milk stain anyway.)
We all make mistakes, don’t we? We’ve been done wrong by others, haven’t we? But whether it’s our fault or not isn’t the issue I’m going to stress here. Intentional or not, who cares? Instead, let me ask you what you do when you make mistakes?
I often hear that we can identify one’s maturity through his/her decisions. I’m sorry but I disagree. Our maturity shows not on the decisions we make but on how we deal with the…
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Writing is one of the most tiring profession in the world. Others think once we have the 'idea' of what to write, putting it into words would be just as easy as putting a dough in an oven. The truth is, like baking, writing involves several steps before a story is cooked. And worse, not… Continue reading Pause
Turn your scars into stars.—–Robert H. Schuller We've all been wounded. In fact, every day, we get wounds. And a big wound or not, deep or not, eventually it will become a scar. Personally, I hate scars. I guess, most women do. But earlier, my right knee caught my eyes and made me smile. Why?… Continue reading Our Favorite Scars
For dressmakers, a thread seems useful enough, but for others like us, it seems not beneficial at all. Last week I was reading Jane Eyre and the word thread was mentioned many times at the first quarter of the book. It reminded me of a certain idiom that mentioned a thread. How can one possible hang by… Continue reading The Power of a Thread
What do we do when we spilled our coffee? I know, it should be spilled milk. But I don't drink milk so I'm just gonna go with coffee since it has been my companion since I was a little kid. And I am too familiar with coffee stain and it has, somehow, got to do… Continue reading Spilled Coffee
We all are. So maybe you won't believe me. We may not be aware but storytellers dwell within us. We all have stories to tell anyway. I started writing since I was nine. I used to write poems. They weren't just poems, they were narrative poems. So even then, though I was too young, I… Continue reading Peculiar Storytellers