I've been contemplating lately whether I should pursue taking the CPA board exam or just go back to school and earn a Master's degree. I've been inspired by a video autobiography I've seen a few days ago about not giving up in spite of challenges that come our way. That it's never to late to… Continue reading On a crossroad…
*reposted from Mormons.ph No one can say that he or she has learned enough from the scriptures. The more one reads, the more one learns. Not only can a diligent reader learn about gospel principles and truths, they can also discover subtle tips about life and relationships that even the best self-help books out there… Continue reading Lessons We Can Learn From Scriptural Love Stories
Last Saturday, I attended an event for moms like me who wants to have their own business while balancing being a homemaker. It's hosted by Mommy Mundo, a resource for mommies like me. Please click this post's title for the official event blog.
Today, I saw a video of a woman who told her story of conversion to the Islam religion. She talked about her experience and the difficulty of being accustomed to her new religion. After watching, I can't help but remember my own conversion to my faith today. It was two years ago that I got… Continue reading My Conversion Story: A Leap of Faith
Just yesterday, I received not one, but two samples from Everyday Me Philippines. I've been waiting for these to arrive for so long that I completely forgot them. Anyway, you might be wondering what Everyday Me is. Everyday Me is an online platform by Procter and Gamble (P&G) where you can get free samples of… Continue reading Free samples!!! | EverydayMe
*reposting this from Mormons.ph “Many things can happen to make a woman beautiful. The thing that matters most is what she thinks of herself.” – Johnny Lingo For most Latter-day Saints, we are quite familiar with the short film Johnny Lingo which is about a merchant who paid 8 cows as a dowry for his… Continue reading BECOMING AN 8-COW WIFE: APPRECIATING OUR BEING
Six days from now, I would marry (again) my husband. This time, it would be in the temple. A lot has happened and there were a lot of challenges leading up to this very momentous event. I can't thank our Heavenly Father enough for this wonderful opportunity to be sealed with my family. Families can… Continue reading For time and eternity…