IN MY ANNUAL REVIEW, as usual, I measure the year’s successes and failures and what I learned from them. “The days are long but the years are short,” says author Gretchen Rubin. It’s incredible how much can happen in one short year. Here’s a review of 2018, hoping that it serves as a blueprint for
FOR ALL OF US, EVERY YEAR IS A MIX OF GOOD AND BAD. I hope that you looked back at your year, not wishing it was different but as an opportunity to move forward and make yourself better.
OVER A HUNDRED FRIENDS AND FAMILY members gathered on the evening of May 25th to celebrate a momentous event – the 50th wedding anniversary our Mom Nelia and Dad Julius.
IN 2009, I WAS 18 YEARS OLD AND LEAVING THE PHILIPPINES for college. On the day I left, Jovi flew from Cebu to Manila to drop me off at the airport. It might not mean much, but I kept thinking of that as a pivotal moment in my life – it showed that somebody could
It’s no surprise that you’ll constantly find articles arguing if a college degree is still even relevant. In the US, the unemployment rate is 12.2 % for 20-24 year-olds. 33% of those who work in jobs that don’t need a college degree. According to Time, there are two things stacked against Millenials: 1. An increasingly unstable Earth to raise our families
Moved out and renovated a house in Cavite. Brought family to Cebu. Kawasan Falls. Vacationed in Davao for the first time. Got engaged. Highlights of my 35-day trip to the Philippines. The first post is about when I brought my siblings to Cebu. Second up: Davao, and getting engaged. ——- Wolen had to go back
Moved out and renovated a house in Cavite. Brought family to Cebu. Dated in Kawasan Falls. Vacationed in Davao for the first time. Got engaged. Highlights of my 35-day trip to the Philippines. First up, renovating the house and bringing my siblings to Cebu. —— When I arrived in Dasmarinas, Cavite on December 18th,