Lockdown Day 10 – On Family & Food

Restricted movement day 10, I got myself outta the house on food & household supplies today. I haven’t been out for 7 days! I could actually feel a sort of nervous about leaving the house. *laughs*I feel like I’m so used to staying at home, having everything stable & ready that when I thought of…

Reflections On MCO

Reflections on a restricted movement day 8. First, MCO extended to April 14, which was originally scheduled to end on March 31.  We have another 21 days from now to contain the further spread of Covid-19. This movement control order has made me lose the will to do anything. Life has lost its structure. I…

Be Grateful

On the Covid-19 pandemic, however, the threat of this health crisis & the limitations of the worldwide lockdown have posed real challenges to many of us, especially to many organizations. Like many of us, working is our life. But this has made me reflect on how fragile life is for all of us, how our…

Appreciate The Small Things

Against Covid-19, the darkest times where I have seen us become our brightest. Gazing through the window pane,  seeing people getting to work, singing to empty balconies & hallways. The world wakes to uncertainty. But we manage to crack jokes in the saddest times to keep ourselves going. It takes every crisis to remind us…

March 2020 – To Live An Inspired Life

In conjunction with the International Women’s Day, I have been reflecting on how I can live more consciously and purposefully. What the past has taught me is that it is important to be mindful because our experiences are shaped by our intent. In general I have always been an optimistic person, but it wasn’t until…