It’s been almost a year since my last post.
I’ve had different thoughts on what to do about this site. I’ve thought of revamping it and making a store out of it, with products that cater to babies and accessories. All handmade. That way I can produce items in a fairly shorter time than if I make big items. Most of the time, I make new designs, and I continuously make something new, thus, I could not stay in a big project and expect to sell sooner than later. I’ve asked my better half to design my website sometime in December last year. He is just waiting for my materials/content.
A few hours ago I’ve been asked by him if I no longer blog. I said, not at this time. He asked why. I answered that I just got lazy. He retorted, “just got lazy???” Continue reading “Fall, But Stand Up”
For most people, being a pessimist is bad. One of the advices I often see is not to hang out with one, or you will become one as well.
If pessimists need to change their outlook, how will they learn if no optimist will hang out with them? Without human intervention, only a miracle can change a pessimist.
The concern of this post, however, is what we can learn from pessimists. Many look down on them because all they see are the negatives that happen in every situation. They zap the energy of the optimists and in betweens. Hence, the idea to stay away from them.
So what lessons can we learn from pessimists apart from “do not be like the pessimists because they will drag you down”? Continue reading “Lessons We Can Learn from Pessimists”
These past few weeks have been quite heavy. The bad: (1) I lost my database on this blog, (2) lost internet connection for 2 weeks, (3) moved to another rented place, (4) my mother died without warning, and (5) we siblings have a huge bill to pay. So much in so short a time.
However, it is in these trials that we get closer to God. Believing that God is in control, that He does what is best for each of us, hope is much better, living is more filling.
I’ve had this blog for a decade now. I’ve lost its content Continue reading “When Trials Come, Be Like Water”