FOR THE LOVE OF ORGS: 3 Reasons Why You Should Join an Organization

So it’s Recruitment Week again in Ateneo! …In other words, my news feed is a flood of promo blasts and profile pictures all of which make me nostalgic about how much I loved org life. Honestly, orgs made my college experience ten times more memorable, and this whole post is a tribute to that. For non-Ateneans, let me explain:… Read More FOR THE LOVE OF ORGS: 3 Reasons Why You Should Join an Organization

WEEKEND INSPIRATION: “Everyday” a film by Gustav Johansson

This week, I found myself extra busy. During the day, I was adjusting to my new marketing job, at night I was preoccupied with my responsibilities at my Youth group, and during the long weekend I was catching up with freelance commitments I made back when I didn’t have as much to do. I’m no stranger to balancing… Read More WEEKEND INSPIRATION: “Everyday” a film by Gustav Johansson

BOOK FEATURE: “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” for Teens by Richard Carlson

If you live in Metro Manila, or any crowded city for that matter, then chances are you know how bad traffic can get. I personally don’t drive yet (I’m learning!!!) but even as a passenger it easily steals whatever time and energy I have left at the end of the day—just like today. When I finally reached home… Read More BOOK FEATURE: “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” for Teens by Richard Carlson

BOOK FEATURE: “The Crossroads of Should and Must” by Elle Luna

“These pages are a pep talk to honor that voice inside of you that says you have something special to give…It’s permission to unlearn everything you’ve ever been told you should do in order to learn what you must.” -Elle Luna Elle Luna’s “The Crossroads of Should and Must” has been my favorite self-help book… Read More BOOK FEATURE: “The Crossroads of Should and Must” by Elle Luna