28 Lessons at 28


Wow, I am 28 years old. I am still trying to wrap my head around the idea that I am two years shy from the big 30 but I am also quite happy that I am in this stage in my life. 28 isn’t really as bad as I thought it would be.

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To My 27-Year Old Self

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Jiri Wagner

Today is the first day of June and only six days until I say goodbye to you. A new year in my life will begin – a new chapter in my book will be written. I am excited. I am hopeful. But I cannot say goodbye without saying a couple of things. It was, after all, a great year, right?

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A Love that Beats All the Odds: Three Lessons From My Ninang’s Beautiful Life

Thank You!

In between a sunrise and a sunset, a lot of things can happen in your life. You could get promoted, win the lottery, get pregnant, meet a friend or fall in love. With so many things happening within your day, you tend to breeze through it and get caught up with the present. You forget to stop and relieve the memories, but you have to. No, you need to. This is especially true for memories that while painful, have touched your life in more ways than you can imagine. Those memories that turned your life around but made you a better version of yourself.

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5 Signs I’m On My Way to Tita-hood

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I follow Saab Magalona’s blog Spell Saab regularly and I really found her post about “Tita-hood so amusing (I love the realness on her posts too, you should check out her blog). 🙂 It wasn’t until yesterday, however, when I realised that I could be heading the same route too. (insert mixed emotions here).

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The Wandering Heart Found a Home

I am a hopeless romantic and a firm believer of love. Yes, I am and I’m not afraid to tell the world of it. It could be the many flicks I’ve seen through the years, the cheesy quotes on Pinterest or simply the love I’ve seen throughout my existence—from my family, my friends and the people around me.

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