After losing all our savings last year because of a setback, I have, ever since, learned how to wait on God’s will for our lives. It doesn’t literally mean we stop making plans of our own. Actually, 2020 is full of life-changing plans for us. The kids and I were supposed to fly this month… Continue reading Peace During the Coronavirus
A new decade had begun and I am ringing it with a short essay about our family paying tribute to our mistakes in 2019. We started doing this family tradition 3 New Year’s Eve ago where we review the past year through all the photos we took. My husband, Mike, would prepare a slideshow creating… Continue reading 2020
Ever since Mike left his corporate job eight months ago and tried to start a business, life has given us more lemons than we could ever imagine. There was all these constant worry about rent, bills, our children’s education, and my worst fear: a sick family member. Up until this point, I honestly couldn’t believe… Continue reading A Setback, Singapore and Today.
Our kids are known to be on the slender side compared to other kids their age. In fact, there was a time where I would still buy my then 5 year old daughter, RyRy, clothes from the toddler section and she would be able to use it for a very long time which didn’t cost… Continue reading The Tale of a Broken Shirt
All I ever wanted in our marriage is for Mike to surrender his life to Jesus and to live like Christ. Surrender – check! Christ-like living – I have a lot of doubts! This morning I felt like I have won the lottery. As Mike decided to have his haircut before going to work, I… Continue reading Winner Wife
We started doing a garage sale 3 years ago before our big move from my in laws’ house to our humble home. It was my very first sale since I am big on just donating stuff or giving them away to previous helpers which I always find successful in terms of unloading things. No stress,… Continue reading How To Have A Successful Garage Sale
It’s has been a challenging 2 full years (and counting) since I didn’t have a helper. Last year, Mike and I decided to look for a maid in hopes of finding someone who would make my life as a hands-on-stay-at-home mom easier. After a few tries and emotional stress brought by this hunting, we found… Continue reading Home Management