You are in pain. You are having a tough time. Nothing seems to be going your way. You just want everything to end. Unfortunately, no matter how miserable you are; life will go on. If it is any consolation, think that you are not alone. All of us, at several points in our lives have to go through challenges.No one is exempted even if you are the smartest and wealthiest person in the world. That’s just the way life is. The good news is that if you feel like you have already reached the lowest point in your life, then there is nowhere to go but up.
Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant. – Paulo Coelho
Low points are the turning points in life. What you make out of them will define who you are and what you will become in the future.
Most children grew up listening to their parents’ monologue, “Study hard. Get good grades so that you can get a good job and become successful later on.” This is not surprising since all parents want their children to be successful in life. Some parents even take their achievement goals for their children to the extremes. It is a simple formula, study + good grades = success. Unfortunately, life is more complicated than that.
Grief is a journey that you go through as a natural response to the death of something or someone significant in your life. This journey involves going through a roller coaster of emotions – from shock, anger, guilt, denial, sadness, fear – all of which can be overwhelming. Going through grief also affects your physical health. Most people find it difficult to sleep, eat or even think about other things aside from their loss.
Going through a period of grief can be an intense experience which means that taking of yourself while on this journey is even more important. There are ways to help you work through your grief while being able to live your life as normally as possible.
You have finally decided that you want to travel solo. You can’t wait to have a taste of that much needed sense of freedom and all the benefits of traveling solo has to offer. No need to worry about your travelling companion’s preferences and to adjust to someone else’s timetable. But before you pack your bags for your travel destination, there are things that you should take into consideration before you get all excited.
Some part of the Philippines had been experiencing severe hot weather these past few weeks with a recorded temperature heat index (HI) of as high as 51.5 degrees Celsius (that’s about 124.7 degrees Fahrenheit). This extreme heat is still expected to continue this month of May. It might even get worse in the coming years not just in the Philippines but in the whole world, as a result of climate change.
The advancement of technology and social media paved the way for the rise of a phenomenon called “selfie”. It became so popular that selfie was named the Word of Year for 2013 by the Oxford Dictionaries.
Packing is of crucial importance to the overall success of your trip. Your trip can turn into a mess if you forget even just one essential item. On the other hand, if you bring too many, you will be carrying a heavy luggage or worse, you might even end up paying exorbitant airline excess baggage fees.
I have travelled with a friend who loves to travel too. We explored new destinations together and sometimes without a plan. We just knew where we wanted to go and figured out along the way how to get there, totally relying on the help of strangers.
Joseph Hubertus Pilates was once a sickly child who dedicated himself to exercise to make himself strong and healthy. He took up body-building and by his teens, he got work as a model for anatomical drawings.
Are you having problems remembering people’s names? Don’t worry, it happens to everyone. In fact, studies show that most adults struggle to remember names of people they just met.
A long time ago, I remember that a friend of mine introduced me to somebody. A couple of weeks later, I bumped into that person in the mall. Imagine my surprise when she greeted me first by my name and we chit-chat a little but I could not tell her directly that I forgot her name. When I got home, I called my friend and asked for her name. So, I thought by then I would have learned my lesson.