Girl Meets World

They say, when you start working straight from college (I mean really straight), everything will go on and on and on… and on. You will not gonna experience so many things that your college buddies who chose to take a time off first before working.
That sun-kissed tan from the beach… that DIY workshop you’ve been wanting to attend to… that “me time” somewhere while reading a good book… or those days spending for your blog. Oh man, you’re gonna miss these so bad.
When I was in college, I had the urge in my vein to work already after I stepped on that center stage. And fortunately, I was offered immediately, even before I graduate, to work in a prestigious company that everybody (okay, most) in my field dreams of.
On my first day, I was this excited girl who can’t wait to see her own desk and meet new people from a not-so-strange environment. First few weeks has gone by so fast. But the succeeding weeks, the demanding schedule and tasks followed me. I realized, what people keeps saying about working after college is true. Once you’re trapped in your chair and computer, you no longer have the time to do the things you want like before. No time excuse has become my usual line whenever I’m asked to hang out.
I’ve been in this stage where I really want to stop for a moment and… go home. Every time I tell this to people, they always advise me to take a break. It sounds easy but it’s really hard to do. Knowing that our schedule should be flexible and we’re not tied to a strict Monday to Friday, 8:00AM to 5:00PM, our work really demands us to be in the office 24/7. I am not overreacting. Literally, 24/7. And I know that. Life in Media is very demanding and most of the time, exhausting. #TheTruthAboutOurWork
Although it’s not easy for me to juggle every single day away from my family and the things I love, at the end of the day, there is something that is pulling me to stay still. My dreams. My goals.
Whenever I feel down and unmotivated, I always keep myself thinking what led me here and followed by why am I here. My dreams and goals keep me going through that tiny hole of the needle. And even if it’s really hard, I have to be strong and positive to keep going.
I have to work hard to play hard. I know it’s hard at first but eventually, everything will pay off.
No one made a difference by staying in their comfort zone.
The girl once said hi to the world,
It asked her,
Was it nice to meet me?
She answered,
Of course! I’m so glad to meet you!
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What’s Stopping You?

How could something happen if you don’t do something to make it happen?

The moment you say I can’t, it’s the time you accept the defeat.

I’m sure that you’ve already said those two words before, maybe until now. I assume that you said it because you felt hopeless. Maybe confused. Maybe someone told you so (which is very rude). Or maybe, you felt of uncertainty.

But, should you stop there? Of course not! You are not born not to do things but to create amazing things. You are capable of anything. Even if others (or your inner self) tell you that you can’t, don’t let it rule you. Prove them wrong. Nobody can ever tell you that you can’t do anything. It is you who knows your capability. You just have to believe in yourself that you can do it.

Sometimes, the problem is not with the things or people around us. Sometimes, it’s just us. It’s our inner selves that toxic our minds. We are scared of what might the outcome be. Truth be told, we are just scared of regrets and mistakes. We don’t want to face errors in life. All we want is to succeed. But that’s not how it is. Life is not about perfections, success, and the likes. There are also mistakes and bad things and that’s what makes life more interesting. With its imperfections, we can explore and learn more about life.

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Why would you date that person?

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Why would you date someone if you don’t have any plans on marrying that person?

What?! For fun? To forget the person who broke your heart? Or just for the sake of having a boyfriend/girlfriend? Well, if your answer either lies on the choices stated there or not, that’s opposite to marriage, then you’re just making yourself look like a fool. Why did I say that? Because it’s simply a waste of time.

You might think that I’m too harsh for saying that or I don’t have any rights to do so but, that is just my opinion. I just want to express how I feel about this matter so please don’t blame me if I’m against dating without serious intentions.

Being in a relationship is not a joke. It requires two persons who feel the same way with each other and are committed to one another. Relationship is not about fame. It’s not about the status. It’s not about running out of time or for using someone to seal the holes of your damaged heart. And most importantly, it’s not for fun!

Relationship is about commitments. It has to work for good, and by for good, it means forever. Even if forever seems impossible and unbelievable for some, still you have to. It requires marriage because it’s the best way to put God at the center of your relationship. When God is there, everything will seem perfect. So why would you marry your partner? Marry that person because you love him/her. Marry that person because he/she loves you. Marry a person you feel comfortable contented with. Marry that person because he/she is worthy of your lifetime commitment.

Relationship is about love. It’s about the story of two persons that give each other butterflies in their stomachs every time they meet like their first time. It’s about accepting what the other party have or doesn’t have. It’s about a couple who are willing to commit in each other’s arms ’til their last breaths.

In today’s generation, uso na ang lokohan. Walang seryosohan. I am not saying that all relationships are like that but I’m sure, most of the people, especially the teens today, are in a relationship that has no good intentions. And at the end of the day, they leave their hearts crying a thousand jar of tears.

Relationships should last. That’s how serious it is.

Guest Post: ALL ABOUT FASHION

Before anything else, I would like to tell you that this post isn’t about a book, a restaurant, photography, etc. but it’s all about fashion. I introduce to you the blog of a girl who has big dreams in the world of fashion and words.

I need to have more viewers in order for my blog to have enough audience. This site includes a variety of clothes, outfit shots, photography, and anything that is related to fashion. Guys, I really need your help. Can you do me a favor?

Please visit this SITE. That’s all thank you! 🙂

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