Davao is the ninth safest city in the world — and it can’t get any truer. It’s peaceful that you won’t worry about getting tricked by someone or taxi drivers ripping you off. It’s one of the cleanest and simplest places I have been to and I say that it is perfect for a family trip. Continue reading “5 Things To Do in Davao”
By the time this post gets online, I’m in Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam for the last leg of my one week Indochina trip, it’s sad that my vacation will be over soon and I’ll be back to my working girl mode, but, still I feel so blessed that I get to experience this.
And of course, this week’s list will mostly consist of all the happy things that happened within the week!
Glamping, n. the act of spending one’s vacation in a tent on a glamorous island
While everyone were in LaBoracay, my friends and I spent our Labor Day weekend in the beautiful and serene island of Calaguas. Situated in Vinzons, Camarines Norte, the island is popular for its white, sandy beach perfect for those times that you want to get out of the city and unplug from all the stresses of the metro. The island boasts of their serene, virgin island and crystal clear waters called Mahabang Buhangin and is very popular for groups who plan to try their hands on camping and living the simple and unplugged life from this high-tech world of ours.
I am supposed to create an article for work and submit it today but lo and behold, I am still in the middle of rewriting and finishing it. I admit I had three free days last weekend to finish the article but right now, I am stuck — writer’s block is placed so high and all I can do is think of the things I do to pass this hurdle. Continue reading “Writer’s Block and How I Deal With It”
I’m back after several weeks of hiatus and now I promise myself to always make sure that I just let all my thoughts flow without overthinking. The past few weeks were also stressful in terms of work, and I think this is a way for me to be reminded that I have to pause, and check in and see what made me smile this week: