Happy Valentines Day, Baby!

DEAREST Kimbb,

I THANK GOD THAT THOUGH WE HAVE FIGHTS LIKE ANY OTHER COUPLE, WE STILL FIND REASONS TO STAY AND TO HOLD ON. I AM WILLING TO CHANGE WHAT I BELIEVE IS RIGHT FOR ME BUT WRONG IN THE EYES OF THE OTHERS JUST FOR THE TWO OF US TO MEET HALF WAY. I KNOW SOMETIMES THERE ARE THINGS WE THINK AND STRONGLY BELIEVE IS RIGHT FOR US BUT NEVER KNOWING THAT IT ISN’T GOOD FOR OTHERS. MANY BELIEVE THAT IF YOU LOVE SOMEONE, THEY SHOULD ACCEPT YOU FOR WHO YOU ARE, BUT THAT IS NOT THE POINT. EVEN IF YOU ARE WHO YOU THINK YOU ARE, YOU SHOULD BE WILLING TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. IN SHORT, WE DON’T STOP CHANGING UNTIL WE BECOME THE BEST. PEOPLE SHOULD ACCEPT WHO YOU ARE BUT NOT THE WRONG THINGS YOU DO. I WILL ALWAYS BE OPEN TO POSITIVE CRITICISMS BECAUSE I KNOW THAT THERE ARE THINGS PEOPLE KNOW MORE ABOUT ME THAT I NEVER CAME TO KNOW OF.

Advance Happy ♥’s Day!

I love you more than you’ll ever know. I’m so happy that though were miles apart our love just became stronger through time and distance. 🙂

Bored but Happy!

When I was in Davao, a day is not enough for me to do whatever I wanna do. I go shopping, go on food tripping, watch movies, stroll around the city, what else?

But when I relocated myself here in Cebu, I ended up being a couch potato. I actually don’t love the feeling but do I have a choice?

I’m counting the days and it kills me. I’m such a boredom!

Oh God when will this suffering ends?

It’s just so lonely to be alone. Even if people will tell me to go out and have fun,  the question is, who am I going to be with to have fun? myself? Yes, I can go out anytime, but what makes it difference if I’m going out – alone.

It’s really not that easy to gain friends, especially when you moved to get rid of the “traitors”. You actually have a sign in your forehead saying, “I don’t easily trust anyone”. So you ended up being choosy when it comes to friends. That’s why until now, I never had someone I become a closed friend with here in Cebu.

I’m bored but I’m happy. Soon, we’ll be moving out for the third time. This time, it will be the last. We finally found a home we can call our own. A perfect home with two separate bedrooms, a tiny living room and a dinning room, with a bathroom big enough for me to enjoy a shower after a stressful day.

I’m so excited to choose a paint color perfect for our house walls. Also excited to have my bedroom again after 6 months of sharing a room with my older sister, Ate Rose. I’m going to miss her, haha, she will just be on the other room but I’m not going to have that much chit-chats with her while we are lying on our beds because we are going to have our own rooms by then. The most amazing thing is that, this house is very affordable and fits our tight budget – Thank God for the answered prayers. We actually strolled all over the place just to look for another place to move in. We almost gave up, but as we always least expect, there always comes the best.

Wish me happiness on my new house. Will be moving out at the end of this month 🙂

 

How to Convince Yourself That You’re Happy Being Alone

  1. Take control. Remember who you are. If you’ve forgotten who you are then redefine who you are. Maybe bleach your hair or do something else that will stand out in the crowd. That way, even if you don’t know who you are, then at least other people will be able to recognise you.
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    Remember what you are good at. Even though you may not be very good at singing, you may be very good at acting. Even if you are really concerned about your lack of ability (perhaps in singing) then you could take lessons to get better. But make sure you are constantly thinking positive thoughts.

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    Enjoy spending time with yourself. Tell yourself that you have chosen to spend time with yourself and even if anyone else wanted to hang out with you on that Saturday Night you would turn them down for Hollyoaks. If you feel like you’re making the choice to be alone, then you automatically feel more positive about it.

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    If you like someone, then let them know. Read up on wikiHowarticles which tell you how you should demonstrate to a boy/girl that you like them. However, stay single; don’t fall in love just stay friends. Friends have way more fun than couples.

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    If you can no longer convince yourself that you’ve made the choice to be alone on a Saturday Night, then buy a pet! If your accommodation doesn’t allow petsthen maybe you should invest in a robot pet, like a singing tortoise. If you haven’t enough money for batteries then maybe you should get a rock and convince yourself that the rock is your friend.

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    Never take up smoking. Some people say that smoking is a social activity so if you smoke then you could be being social; wrong it’s a crutch!

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    If no one else says nice things about you, then you should tell them the achievements that you’ve accomplished. If you can’t think of any achievements – then make them up! You could try; ‘I got full marks in my 11+’ or similar. These are sure ways to gain respect.

10 simple ways to save yourself from messing up your life

 

  1. Stop taking so much notice of how you feel. How you feel is how you feel. It’ll pass soon. What you’re thinking is what you’re thinking. It’ll go too. Tell yourself that whatever you feel, you feel; whatever you think, you think. Since you can’t stop yourself thinking, or prevent emotions from arising in your mind, it makes no sense to be proud or ashamed of either. You didn’t cause them. Only your actions are directly under your control. They’re the only proper cause of pleasure or shame.
  2. Let go of worrying. It often makes things worse. The more you think about something bad, the more likely it is to happen. When you’re hair-trigger primed to notice the first sign of trouble, you’ll surely find something close enough to convince yourself it’s come.
  3. Ease up on the internal life commentary. If you want to be happy, stop telling yourself you’re miserable. People are always telling themselves how they feel, what they’re thinking, what others feel about them, what this or that event really means. Most of it’s imagination. The rest is equal parts lies and misunderstandings. You have only the most limited understanding of what others feel about you. Usually they’re no better informed on the subject; and they care about it far less than you do. You have no way of knowing what this or that event really means. Whatever you tell yourself will be make-believe.
  4. Take no notice of your inner critic. Judging yourself is pointless. Judging others is half-witted. Whatever you achieve, someone else will always do better. However bad you are, others are worse. Since you can tell neither what’s best nor what’s worst, how can you place yourself correctly between them? Judging others is foolish since you cannot know all the facts, cannot create a reliable or objective scale, have no means of knowing whether your criteria match anyone else’s, and cannot have more than a limited and extremely partial view of the other person. Who cares about your opinion anyway?
  5. Give up on feeling guilty. Guilt changes nothing. It may make you feel you’re accepting responsibility, but it can’t produce anything new in your life. If you feel guilty about something you’ve done, either do something to put it right or accept you screwed up and try not to do so again. Then let it go. If you’re feeling guilty about what someone else did, see a psychiatrist. That’s insane.
  6. Stop being concerned what the rest of the world says about you. Nasty people can’t make you mad. Nice people can’t make you happy. Events or people are simply events or people. They can’t make you anything. You have to do that for yourself. Whatever emotions arise in you as a result of external events, they’re powerless until you pick them up and decide to act on them. Besides, most people are far too busy thinking about themselves (and worry what you are are thinking and saying about them) to be concerned about you.
  7. Stop keeping score. Numbers are just numbers. They don’t have mystical powers. Because something is expressed as a number, a ratio or any other numerical pattern doesn’t mean it’s true. Plenty of lovingly calculated business indicators are irrelevant, gibberish, nonsensical, or just plain wrong. If you don’t understand it, or it’s telling you something bizarre, ignore it. There’s nothing scientific about relying on false data. Nor anything useful about charting your life by numbers that were silly in the first place.
  8. Don’t be concerned that your life and career aren’t working out the way you planned. The closer you stick to any plan, the quicker you’ll go wrong. The world changes constantly. However carefully you analyzed the situation when you made the plan, if it’s more than a few days old, things will already be different. After a month, they’ll be very different. After a year, virtually nothing will be the same as it was when you started. Planning is only useful as a discipline to force people to think carefully about what they know and what they don’t. Once you start, throw the plan away and keep your eyes on reality.
  9. Don’t let others use you to avoid being responsible for their own decisions. To hold yourself responsible for someone else’s success and happiness demeans them and proves you’ve lost the plot. It’s their life. They have to live it. You can’t do it for them; nor can you stop them from messing it up if they’re determined to do so. The job of a supervisor is to help and supervise. Only control-freaks and some others with a less serious mental disability fail to understand this.
  10. Don’t worry about about your personality. You don’t really have one. Personality, like ego, is a concept invented by your mind. It doesn’t exist in the real world. Personality is a word for the general impression that you give through your words and actions. If your personality isn’t likeable today, don’t worry. You can always change it, so long as you allow yourself to do so. What fixes someone’s personality in one place is a determined effort on their part—usually through continually telling themselves they’re this or that kind of person and acting on what they say. If you don’t like the way you are, make yourself different. You’re the only person who’s standing in your way.

Beauty Rest.

Cucumber Deep Cleansing Mask

I only have 2 rest days in a week just like everybody else. So I make it to the point that despite of my busy and stressful work, I would always take care of my face just like what my Dad told me.

Cucumber or Rose Moisturizing Mask

So this is what I do every Saturday or Sunday. I spent about an hour to do some Facial Sauna Mask, Cucumber Deep Cleansing Mask, iWhite Peel Off Mask and Nose Strip Mask and Cucumber or Rose Moisturizing Mask.