I’ve mentioned previously that I got my wallet stolen on the bus. Well, along with my hard-earned cash, my UMID and ATM cards disappeared just like that as well. So for the sake of closure, I’m going to chronicle my journey to having these replaced. Hopefully it’ll be of help to someone since crime isn’t gonna disappear any time soon.
During my free time, I’m constantly scouring the internet for motivational quotes. I’ve already said before that motivation is secondary to discipline when it comes to maintaining a lifestyle, but motivation, when used properly, can be a good kickstart to get people moving.
I’m sure everyone has heard of the adage, “Knowledge is power.”
But I have found this adage a bit incomplete. You might know everything there is about a certain topic, but if you don’t do anything with it, it might as well be as if you know nothing.
I remember climbing Mt. Pulag, feeling over-encumbered by the weight of my pack as I ascended the steep trail. And I thought to myself, Do I really need to carry all these things?
[Disclaimer: Sorry in advance for my unorganized thoughts. I’ll do my best to format them in the most cohesive way, but please try to keep up as they can be all over the place.]
Imagine being asked the question, “What are you willing to die for?”
And just like that, 2015 is almost over. It’s been awfully fast in my opinion, but it has been filled with lots of juicy content.
I’ve dubbed 2015 my “renaissance year” because this is the year I’ve decided to go out of my comfort zone and try new things that life offers.
In this post I’ll be summarizing my year and also making a short list of things to improve on for the next. Here we go!