Family, Pieces of My Life, Provision

Day 190: No Power Bank for Me

June 22, 2019 If you have family living abroad, aren't you thankful for the Internet? It makes connecting much, much easier (and cheaper as long as you have an Internet connection). Travel Gift Earlier this week, I chatted with my sister about pasalubong. A pasalubong is a Filipino word that refers to a travel gift.… Continue reading Day 190: No Power Bank for Me

Pieces of My Life, Realization

Day 171: Banished! Punishment or Protection?

I was amazed with the things I learned after applying the inductive method! Here is one myth -- one major lie -- that was set right as I read through Genesis chapter 3. Myth: Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden by a strict and disciplinarian God.

Pieces of My Life, Provision

Day 165: Never Late

This post is one of those that I am really excited to share. Although I must admit that I was at a loss for words when these unexpected yet marvelous surprises happened. Now, I have to find my words because God's faithfulness and awesomeness in these stories are too good NOT to be proclaimed to the… Continue reading Day 165: Never Late

Pieces of My Life

Day 84: My Pocket Empty, My Tummy Full

I have written and edited this post a gazillion times already. It's been ready to go live for more than a month but for some reason, I didn't know when to post it. Now that there was a recent incident at home concerning finances, I know it's time to publish this entry and remember how… Continue reading Day 84: My Pocket Empty, My Tummy Full

Family, Pieces of My Life

Day 149: Mother’s Day Hype

May 13, 2019 Belated Happy Mother’s Day, bold and beautiful Momma! However and wherever you celebrated Mother’s Day as long as you spent it surrounded by the special people in your life — your children and special someone, then I’d assume you had a blast on our day. So, we finished celebrated Mother’s Day yesterday.… Continue reading Day 149: Mother’s Day Hype

Devotion, Parenting, Pieces of My Life, Relationship

Day 144: Changing Perspectives and Parental Overwhelm

Mothers of the Past In the long and traditional past, most mothers are expected to stay at home, supervise - if not do - house chores on their own, and take care of the children. Many of them also educate their children at home. Imagine doing all these and still putting their husbands as the… Continue reading Day 144: Changing Perspectives and Parental Overwhelm

Pieces of My Life, Random, Recovery

Day 115: Fighting the Darkness

April 9, 2019 Breathe in. Breathe out. Do it again. Breathe in. Breathe out. Focus on your breathing and wait for your body to stabilize. That's me talking to myself. That’s the third anxiety attack in less than a week. The first two? Three days gap. This third one? It was more like a nervous… Continue reading Day 115: Fighting the Darkness