No, I’m Not Always Traveling

No, I’m Not Always Traveling

(And other common misconceptions about people who love to travel) _ _ I’ve just finished preparing a rough budget for a trip I plan to take next year with my family, and against every fiber of yearning in my body, I’ve come to accept the 

Blue and Good

Blue and Good

SGMT —  At this time last week I was with my family on a beach in Davao.  This week, right now, past midnight, my sunburned little nose is still stuck in front of the computer because I have to catch up on all the work I wasn’t able to do 

The irony of freedom

The irony of freedom

Reflections on the EDSA revolution and the ramifications of victory, thirty years later * * It’s the sad irony of freedom that those who enjoy it have the full right to spit on it. If it was within my power, I would happily resurrect Marcos, give 

Look who conquered his fear of flying!

Look who conquered his fear of flying!

* * Yay! 🙂 🙂 * I wish I could say it’s because we did everything “right” this time, compared to last time, but we didn’t. Last time, we showed him cartoons that featured flying. We prepped him on what the plane and the airport would be 

Putting yourself out there

Putting yourself out there

This is something I wrote last year for a fellow blogger — sharing it now to hopefully encourage anyone who wants to write but is too wracked with self-doubt to start. * Whenever people tell me that they want to try blogging but they’re not