Working in the hospitality industry can be quite interesting because of the different types of people that we meet on a day to day basis. But, interesting as it is, it can also be challenging as not all people are happy campers.
2019 has been good to me. Not perfect but I guess it was better than 2018. I had less drama but I still had a lot of fights. I met a lot of people. I learned a lot. Continue reading “2019 Recap”
After a year of being a Sales Coordinator, I was asked by the previous Corporate Head of the Sales Team if I would like to be promoted as a Sales Executive. I politely declined telling him that I am more interested in a position related to PR, Marketing and E Commerce and he frankly replied to me saying that these positions will only be Head Office based so I won’t get this chance and I could just stay where I am, in the island, since I don’t want to get the promotion that he offered. Continue reading “It’s Time for the Year End Appraisal”
Living in an island in the Maldives and still wanting to visit islands might sound strange to you but it is really my goal to see as much islands of the Maldives while I am here, while the islands are still in their natural state (before a foreign company takes over and turns it into a resort and changes the entire island). Continue reading “3 Things I Like About Dharavandhoo Island, Maldives”
From fake social media account to National Bookstore’s Best Selling Book to another book in collaboration with Nancy Binay, Senyora is just unbelievable. Continue reading “Lakompake by Senyora”
Island of Sea Women is the story of Young-Sook and Mi-ja, set in a Japanese Occupied Jeju Island of Korea.
Young-Sook and Mi-ja came from different backgrounds but they became inseparable until certain circumstances broke them apart. Continue reading “2 Main Takeaways from Lisa See’s Island of Sea Women”
I woke up from a chaotic dream. My eyes half open, I saw the orange sky from the glass curtain-less window. I closed my eyes and opened them again. Checking if I was still in a dream.
Half awake, I checked the time from my mobile phone. 5:30 am. I closed my eyes, wanting to sleep once again. But I didn’t want to miss this sunrise. For when have I last seen the sunrise here in my hometown? I could not even remember. Continue reading “Fiery Morning Sky”
I visited the Marina last month with my colleagues, twice. It’s not that we love the place that’s why we went twice. We just had to. Continue reading “We Visited the Marina at The Crossroads and Will Probably Not Go Back”
Sabado. Alas kwatro ng hapon. Inaabangan ko ang Princess Sarah sa Yey Channel. Wala. Monday to Friday lang pala. Continue reading “Princess Sarah and Class Segregation”
Isang araw bago nag-announce ng come back yung paborito kong bandang My Chemical Romance, naisip kong patugtugin ang mga kanta nila sa opisina. Continue reading “The Come Back of My Chemical Romance and Other Stories”