*** Hey hunnies! I received an email from one of our friends, Brenda Medina, asking about how I managed to overcome depression. It is a sensitive subject and lots of people do not feel comfortable opening up straight away. But that’s exactly the point of this post – a friendly talk about failures, committing mistakes and how not to succumb to such negative thoughts. On my recent travel, I managed to sit down, reflect and was able to write about it. Yes, I always carry a notebook with me whenever I travel so I can write things whenever I get inspired. 😛 I hope you find this helpful. ❤Continue reading “10 Habits of a Mentally Strong Person”
Our traveler of the month is a Laura Childers-Maistros. She’s a Sales Engineer, a radio show host and an aspiring politician. Currently, she’s a Precinct Representative for the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party in Ohio.
How awesome is that?! 😀
Our traveler of the month is a good friend of mine and also the person who taught me how to improve my website. Her name is Trixie Ricablanca-Angeles. She is a nurse by profession, a volunteer to non-profit organization, a traveler and a bookworm.
***Today, I’d like to share something that I’ve dealt a few years ago. I tend to obsess about making everything I do perfect and I get disappointed whenever I do something that’s subpar. I often blame myself for it and thinking I could have done things differently tactics wise. I’d lay down and think about it the whole night only to wake up to a horrible feeling the next day. During my trip to Israel last February, I finally got the time to reflect and write about it. I hope you find this helpful. ❤Continue reading “Embracing Your Imperfections”