Day 9 ♡ | 30 Day Blogging Challenge: What’s In Your Bag (Work Bag Edition)

Day 9 – What’s In Your Bag (Work Bag Edition)

What do I bring to work everyday as a teacher?

  • Black medium-sized back pack
  • Big and small wallet for coins
  • Laptop
  • Mirror
  • Make-up Kit
  • Book pouch which I later turned into my “Teacher’s Essentials Kit” (White board markers, scissors, stapler, sticky notes, red ball pens, and all those little teacher-y stuff really.)
  • Small pouch for my phone wires (I hate messy wires!)
  • Small Hygiene Kit
  • Coffee sachets and some snacks!
  • Hoodie or scarf

That’s basically it! I’m not extra, so I don’t really have much. Hahaha.

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Day 8 ♡ | 30 Day Blogging Challenge: 5 Current Goals

Day 8 – 5 Current Goals

These goals are a mix of short and long term ones, regardless, here are the 5 goals I currently have in mind for the year 2019.

  1. To finish my masters degree with flying colors while working as a full time teacher
  2. Connected to # 1, one of my goals is to have a work-life + school balance while doing the above-mentioned
  3. To have more patience and to be more understanding with people especially with my students; as what our Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray said, “See situations with a silver lining.” ♡
  4. To travel outside the country
  5. To just continue blogging!

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Day 7 ♡ | 30 Day Blogging Challenge: Your 5 Favorite Songs

Day 7 – 5 Favorite Songs

I have a lot of songs on my mind right now and it’s very hard to pick just five. I guess we can all agree on that. 

So, here are random songs I currently have on repeat.

  • Juice  – YCee ft. Maleek Berry

I am obsessed with this song. This was released last year (2017) but it still gets me every time. I love me some Afrobeats! ♡

This song makes you fall in love.. Over and over again. Surely, Filipinos know how to tug at your heartstrings ♡

This song, lyric-wise, might not be suitable for the younger ones, but, I just love how chill it sounds–can’t help but vibe to the beat!

I mean, it’s Kehlani. Enough said. #20gayteen

BTW. Congrats on the baby, Keh! ♡

This. Song. Should. Be. Heard. By. Everybody.

The title/phone number is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The title says it all.

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Day 6 ♡ | 30 Day Blogging Challenge: What Are You Afraid Of

Day 6 – What Are You Afraid Of

There are plenty of possible answers to the question, “What are you afraid of?

There’s the usual fear of rats, dark alleys, and heights to name a few. However, if you’re going to ask me what I’m afraid of at this very moment, I’d like to answer the question a bit differently.

  • To start it off, I’m afraid of disappointing my parents because their expectations of me are just too damn high. Mom, Dad, I’m sorry. I’m not THAT good, but I try to be. I’ll make you both proud, just hang in there.
  • Here’s a funny one, I’m afraid that I can’t keep up with the ‘career change’ I made this year. What am I thinking? I got this!
  • I’m also afraid of the future. Will I be successful? Do I get to own that car I always wanted? Do I get to spend the rest of my days with the love of my life? Do I even reach old age? I guess I just need to pull myself back to reality. Self, live in the now! Do not spoil the present with the uncertainty of tomorrow.
  • Lastly, I’m afraid of exposing too much of myself here on the internet, hence, this delayed post ends here. Still getting the hang of this blogging thing, please bear with me.

Am I too serious? LOL. Anyway, I’m still and will always be afraid of rats, dark and empty streets, heights, being left alone with no money (I mean come on!), low battery, public speaking + a whole lot more that I can’t think of right now. I’ll just probably update this soon (says me who most likely will not be able to, love ya’ll tho).

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