I don’t enjoy online shopping before. I still prefer heading to the mall and fitting that dress. Or I enjoy walking at each aisle and checking on the latest inventory. But because I am stuck at home with two toddlers I can’t leave behind, online shopping has become a stress-relieving activity. And just before I hit the sack, I would often spend another hour or two on the internet clicking and adding cart.
Many of us imagine that every day will be filled with joy once we find our lifetime partners. We picture the thrill of sharing a family with that special one, and the sheer unending pleasure of a partner who is so very in tune with us.
Sometimes, though, we won’t see our partners eye-to-eye the way we might like. Our lifestyle might differ, too, or we may bicker about things we would have once agreed on.
Do you have a bonding moment with your mom? Funny ours is every Saturday when we do the laundry. Despite technology’s promise of convenience, we still do the usual hand wash. My mom prefers the old method she’s been used to though there are high tech devices that allow us to clean clothes speedily and accurately.
My mother is like most moms who would think of her child more than herself. She would let her daughter take the best part of the chicken, pretty much like to enroll her to the best schools.
Now that I am mom, she still gives everything she could to my boys and me. Nothing changed; only that I begin to understand her more now that I have my children.
We met a man whose face radiates with happiness. No single moment that we caught him not smiling. And his smile was so contagious that not sooner than later, everyone was beaming the same sweet grin.
He is Winston Maxino, a corporate executive diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis. Despite not feeling well that morning before his talk, he still managed to join Cebuana Lhuillier‘s Laughternoon event. The gathering was Cebuana Lhuillier’s way to commemorate the International Day of Happiness. Yes, there is such kind of occasion, and the leading and largest microfinance services in the Philippines celebrated it in one afternoon of laughter over good food and great company.
Today is Monday. I woke up at four in the morning and hurriedly went to the kitchen. I haven’t brushed my hair yet nor visited the restroom. I was about to prepare the boys’ school baon and breakfast that time, and I knew, there will be a few minutes between those errands that I can visit the bathroom and at least wash my face.
Momi Reflects How to Love Self More
Again, I texted my best friend to complain. I know she can be real patient with me; thus she’s the only one I ran to when I need a shoulder to cry on. As always, she would express complete disapproval of the person.
Yesterday, though, was different.
Better to accept him for what he is than what you hope he would be. Less pain that way Sometimes, our unmet expectations only cause us more pain. Just love yourself more.
Most couples decide to tie the knot because of love. They envision themselves doing things together, for better or worse, in sickness and in health. They see each other as an inspiration to be better and successful individuals. These couples dream the same dreams for their family.
I left our house four months ago. I brought with me our one-year-old and three-year-old boys. I also asked our two older boys if they wanted to go with me. They said yes. Our second son wasn’t home that day, so we left without him. We stayed at my mom’s house. And we are still at my mother’s house at present.