Category Archives: my point of view

To study or to Cram


My mind is having trouble lately, thinking I still have ample time to study before an exam. I can’t sit still and read a med-surg book neither answer some of my prepared test questions. huh.

The moment I have to write a note its like I’m having amnesia of what to jot down. A selective amnesia is not what I need right at this very moment. It makes me sick. What can I do? I’m not in the mood for some bonding with my nursing books.

I believe that studying takes time. It is scheduled based on your willingness to learn. It takes motivation sometimes inspiration, if you want to pass never cram. Value your time by alternating play with studying. Prioritize.

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Reality Bites!


Some things stick to your system to the extent that it feels like it has always been a part of you. When in fact, it only became a part of you when that person made it a part of you. So the only problem left is, how will you let go of it when the only person that made you cling to it has already let go of you? And what if someone new came into the picture and started to make you cling to that thing again? two options: rebound or flooding? Indeed life is a cycle and a learning process.. 😀

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That feeling of Disappointment…


I always say to people…

Don’t have high expectations…
So u don’t get disappointed if it doesn’t meet your standards…

Neither have low expectations… So you wont end up underestimating events/things/people…

But at times when I let myself break my rules, indulge and expect the littlest things from people who are important to me… I end up eating my own words… And mostly disappointed…


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Being Different



Black sheep is an idiom used to describe an odd or disreputable member of a group. The term has typically been given negative implications, implying waywardness. It derived from atypical and unwanted presence of other black individuals in flock of white sheep.

In most families, there is at least one creative, sensitive or spiritual person who simply doesn’t share the values and lifestyle decisions of the other family members. It is not about who’s right or wrong but rather a question of moving beyond comparisons.

If you happen to be the one in your family who’s different, please know that you are not alone. Many people also have themselves alienated or scorned by some of their relatives. It is more like you are trying to make sense of your place in your family and it became so hurtful. That feeling when every time that you’re around with the family you feel like you’re inside a box, that’s too small. It’s uncomfortable and it hurts right? No allowance for growth.

Another analogy is being inside the forest and not seeing the trees. They are too close. Look at the forest from away. It’s beautiful, lush, flourishing, green. Look at it close up…it’s a bunch of dry, old bark that you can’t really mark its growth standing light in front of you.


he mattered…


Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you ever were before. Sometimes your eyes need to be washed by your tears so you can see the possibilities in front of you with a clearer vision again. Yes, it hurts. It hurts because it mattered.

But it’s truly amazing how one day someone walks into your life, then the next day you wonder how hard it is to live without them… It comes to you just at the right time, the time you never thought it would have… Sometimes the right person will eventually find their way to you…

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