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"We stayed at work for you, please stay at home for us." That's the appeal of the health workers to the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Let's just cooperate to contain the spreading of the virus and soon we will be free to go out again.  In the meantime, let's make our stay at home a well-spent one.  There's a lot of things to do but I only listed 19 for the hope that on the 19th day from the time I started writing this blog everything will go back to normal.  So, here it is...  19 THINGS TO DO DURING THE ENHANCE COMMUNITY QUARANTINE  1. Wake-up at 5 o'clock and Meditate on the Word of God Start the day right by seeking the Word of God. If you don't have a Bible, you can download the app.  As a beginner, you can read one verse a day and meditate on it. What does it say about God? How can you apply it to your life?  Today, I read John 6:1-15, Jesus feeds the 5,000 people with 5 barley loaves and two fish. And


Today marks my 26th birthday and this is the 3rd time to celebrate away from home. It's kinda sad because it is one of the celebration that we look forward to as family.  But on the flip side, I got to work on my 2nd blog!! And as a celebration of my birthday, I'm going to share the 26 things I realized in my 26 years of journey in this thing called life. My wish is you will be reminded how beautiful your life is. And no matter what you went through or will go through for life is an unending process, know that it's what makes it more meaningful.  Be my guest! 26 THINGS I REALIZED IN 26 YEARS 1. You can always count on your family.  All of us has a bad side, it is the family that can see and experience it most of the time. It can lead to arguments, heated one. Fights like cat and dog. But one thing for sure, no family will ever let bad things happen to their own family.  You may hang out with your friends often than with them, but when life gets t


It was on February 2018 when I left my family, my stable job, my long-time boyfriend and my hometown all behind to follow my dreams.  And my dreams led me to Manila. IT WAS THE MOST LIFE-CHANGING DECISION I HAVE EVER MADE.  From  country life,  to  city life.  From  living with my parents,  to  renting  in a condominium. From having my  own room,  to  sharing with five other people.  From waking up in the view of  mountain scenery,  to waking up in the view of  high-rise building. IT'S A WHOLE NEW WORLD FOR ME. And I'm liking it. Though, I miss my family, the home-cooked meals and my own space. But I couldn't be any prouder of myself for doing things that I don't usually do at home such as laundry and cooking. It may sounds basic. Nevertheless, it's a good start. IT'S BEEN TWO YEARS NOW SINCE I TOOK THE LEAP OF FAITH.  And I didn't regret doing it. Even though my life here was not all happiness, unicorns and rainbows. But I did really met