Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links—I’ll earn a percentage for each purchase made through the said links. Earlier today, I attended Crossmount’s parents’ orientation. That could only mean one thing: the school year 2021-2022 is about to start. And like last year, it will be online learning. online learningAny form of learning conducted partly or …

Long-distance relationships are a real struggle. If we were to choose, none of us would even consider being in one. Sadly, there are unfortunate consequences that life throws at us; it leaves us with no choice but to go somewhere else. But that doesn’t mean we cannot live through the distance. We can still make …

When I learned that I am pregnant with my first child, Sasha, the first thing that came into my mind is: will we (my husband and I) able to give our child the future that he or she deserves? Well, I guess parents always think of a bright future for their kids, including sending him …

Stroke is a topic that hits me close to home since my mother suffered from a mild stroke a day before Ash Wednesday this year (2020). As I searched online to learn more about stroke—from prevention, diagnosis to treatment, I wondered if I have ever written an article or e-book about it before. I found …

Ma, how did you give birth to us? Normal or CS? Ma, when will you and Papa separate? Ma, will you die too? Sasha asked me those questions. At times (actually most of the times), I struggle to give her the answer that would satisfy her ever-inquisitive mind. But I had to answer her because …