Miscellaneous

Isip: Taking It Slow (I think I’m turning Japanese)

Everyone is stressed; that isn’t new. Life is beautiful, yes, but with it comes the burden of responsibilities and commitments and other stuff that all lead to stress. We’ve all got our own way of handling it, and recently, mine has been imagining myself as an elderly Japanese man in the countryside. It’s a strange way of coping but I find that it works well for me.

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Miscellaneous

Isip: On Schedules and Spontaneity

During high school and college, I hated schedules. I would seldom commit to anything unless absolutely necessary. Even until now, this phobia of commitment still has a grip on some aspects of my personality. Could it be the reason why I’ve been single for so long?

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Journals, Miscellaneous

Isip: Stolen wallet means stolen time

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.

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Fitness, Miscellaneous

Galaw: Motivational Posters work, right?

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.

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