All posts tagged blessed

Where to next? πŸ˜Š

Published March 6, 2016 by angelivillegas

βœ” Bohol
βœ” Puerto Princesa, Palawan
βœ” Cebu
βœ” Boracay
βœ” Dumaguete
βœ” Albay
βœ” Camarines sur
βœ” Surigao del sur
βœ” Davao

βœ” Hong Kong
βœ” Macau, China
βœ” Singapore
βœ” Malaysia
βœ” Indonesia
βœ” Cambodia
βœ” Thailand
βœ” [Incheon, Seoul, Jeju Island] South Korea


Don’t be afraid to try something new.

Published December 8, 2013 by angelivillegas

Life is a funny thing. It’s an ever-going marathon, yet no one knows where his or her finish line is. We just keep running and running, hoping we still have a long way to go. We do whatever we can to prolong the run, but sometimes despite our best efforts, the marathon is cut short. So many of us are only concerned about the distance we are traveling, we lose focus of what’s going on during the run. And this is the important part, so take advantage. Stretch some personal boundaries, work outside of your comfort zone, try something new. There will be bumps along the road, shortcuts, and paths that lead into dead ends. These are all parts of the journey; how you deal with them will determine where you go in life. Remember, we don’t always determine the distance, but we can determine the path.


Healthy Insipiration

Published December 6, 2013 by angelivillegas

Yes, work is important. We need to work to earn money, so we can provide our family with food, shelter, clothing and all other essentials to survive. But there are more important things other than work. Like your family. This group of people is who you depend on, love and cherish. As you get older, are you going to wish you spent more time with them, or more time going over spreadsheets at work? Friends are just the same. So think about the areas of your life you cannot imagine living without and you have found what really is terribly important.


Move Forward. πŸ‘

Published December 4, 2013 by angelivillegas

Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone is capable of doing something immensely stupid. (Some of us may feel more β€œcapable” than others.) But everyone is also capable of learning from their blunders and making a fresh start. Yes, even the most thick-headed person has hope. Have you ever bungled something so bad that you actually felt ashamed? You might still wish that you could have that moment back to do things differently. We all have those moments. And even the smallest mistakes can be upsetting. There is a way to recover. It takes learning and it takes smarts. If you use that error to make your future better, you just got a little smarter. So you might say that part of your intelligence and success comes from stupidity. Just don’t be stupid in the same way twice.