We’re all a physical being, that’s why it’s normal for us to acknowledge or recognize God’s blessings through the material things that He pours in our lives. We enthusiastically demonstrate our gratefulness whenever we have a dream or wish come … Continue reading Recognizing His Blessings
Last December of 2017, I tried manually sending private messages (as holiday greetings) to over 1,200 individuals in my Facebook friends. Facebook eventually alerted me upon reaching a certain threshold and prevented me from what I was trying to accomplish. … Continue reading Limiting Distractions
One of the mentors that I consider in life is my rich dad. If that sounded familiar to you, then you probably have read about Robert Kiyosaki’s book (Rich Dad Poor Dad). However, I’m not referring to Mr. Kiyosaki’s rich … Continue reading How To Choose A Mentor?
Our priorities would vary based from what motivates us. It will also depend on what specific stage are we in life. If I’ll look back, as a kid (before attending school), my world (aside from minor house chores) revolved around … Continue reading Set And Remember Your Priorities
My wife and I were at Bayanihan Center in Pasig City yesterday, to attend to our son’s Commencement Exercises. Yesterday’s event will be memorable, because it marked our first year of doing home education program or homeschooling for our kids. During the event, … Continue reading Small Victory And Simple Joy
Have you seen the above movie? The reason I asked is because I haven’t watched it yet. So I’m not sure if it was funny or not? However, I do find the title humorous. Since the idea of a being … Continue reading Stay At Home Dad’s Journey
I received a call late this afternoon, from a close relative. She relayed to me a message that I was given an opportunity. An opportunity that comes with a price. The price? I have to break my commitment and my … Continue reading I Failed
“Kamusta” (How are you)!? Welcome to the personal blog of an interior design graduate, who turned-out to be a real estate broker by profession. By the way, that’s my daughter and me in the picture (back in 2009). Almost the same time … Continue reading 10,000 Hour Rule