A year older..

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I’ve always wanted to start my own blog, and here it is! I finally got the time to do it. Yey!

I just got a year older and I am at a point in my life where it doesn’t matter anymore what people say or think about me, unlike during my earlier years wherein I keep worrying what could go wrong, and all the negative things that might happen — Now I can say, I’m done with all of that! I am not getting any younger, and now I am more focused in molding myself into the person I want to be for the rest of my life.

I have just read about the Law of Attraction and it amazes me how just by envisioning your dreams and believing it will come true, will then indeed lead you to its occurrence. It is not easy as it takes time, but if you start releasing all the negative energies you have in yourself and just absorbing optimism or positivity, things will go on smoothly in your life..little by little. It’s a process and we do not have to be in a hurry. It may take weeks, months, years, before our expectations manifest, but as long as you keep going and doing the right things, you’ll be in for a great surprise! Patience is a virtue. ~Melissa


Leaving Facebook..

It’s been a week since I last checked my Facebook Account, and yes, I survived! I’m still alive! (Deleted my messenger as well!) I realized I’ve been wasting a lot of my time scrolling the news feed, liking posts for the sake of liking them, envying people whose lifestyle are much better than mine, and a lot more. I’m sure you can relate to what I am saying. Now that I’ve abstained from using Facebook, my days became longer, I’m able to have more time for myself and doing things that matter and make sense. You should definitely try it once in a while and it will be the best decision you will ever make. You will be much happier! ~ Melissa

Ending a chapter in my life..

I am about to bid goodbye to my current day job.  It’s been over 2 years of working in the hospital. Yes, I am going to miss the manic Mondays, non-stop admissions, the endless ringing of the telephone..Haha! Kidding aside, I would definitely miss interacting with the patients, the routine hospital admission processing and orientation, and of course my colleagues. The Admitting Section has been my second home since I spent 70-80% of my time here.  I have learned so much and improved myself when it comes to facing clients with different and unique scenarios. My experience here molded me into the person I am today. ~ Melissa

Finally found a niche..

It’s been over 2 months since I’ve started my online job. So far, it’s been doing really fine. My boss is very amazing too. I’ve never felt so appreciated before in my entire career life. That’s why I strive to do my best to perform all my duties and responsibilities, in return of this great opportunity given to me and the kindness she’s showing me all throughout. Sometimes there are challenges and struggles along the way, but her never-ending support made me more optimistic that soon everything will fall into place. It took quite a while before I was able to get this job, but indeed good things come to those who patiently wait. ~ Melissa

Busier Than Ever…

It has been an emotional, crazy, jam-packed week/month for me, but I really allotted time for this since it has become a stress reliever for me. I didn’t know it was since I started this blog.

A month ago I just started with my online job, which I’m new at. I work on it during the evening, right after my day job. So it’s like I work for a total of 13 hours or even up to 15 hours in a day, depending if overtime is required (Yeah, after a month, I can already feel the exhaustion). And I get to sleep when the sun is already up! Some unfortunate things had happened too lately but I won’t go through the details anymore.

I know you’re probably wondering why I’m doing this, I am too. I guess I feel that time is running out, and that I’m fast approaching 30? But no one is pressuring me actually, it’s just me. Haha! I realized maybe I needed to challenge myself once in a while, and see up to what extent I am capable of, which is great. I used to have a routine, boring life but now things have been more interesting. During the previous months, I have been contemplating as to what I should do with my life. I’ve always wanted to do something to kill the monotony, and slowly, it’s becoming a reality! Having faith and doing your part at the same time will lead you to places. ~Melissa