Trying to figure out where to eat and hang out next? Here are some of the ones we've tried so far– Food Parks which becoming the “it” thing in food recently.
Read This If There’s Someone You Can’t Forgive.
You know that feeling when you’re not sad or depressed … just not happy, not excited about anything aaaand always feeling empty? Apparently there’s a term for that . . .
There will always be events which halve our lives into Before and After.
Isn’t it surreal? How the quarantine days look mostly the same, and yet we find our way of life irreversibly changed? In just one summer, we’ve become strangers to the manic pace humanity has collectively maintained in the past. Systems we passively accepted before have been called into question. With life indefinitely on hold, I feel like I’ve been on a treadmill this whole time—logging in invisible miles, yet also stuck running in place. I blink and it’s you again, March. Hi, 2021. The seasons did change. We’ve changed.
For better or worse, 2020 has changed us. And now, looking back, we can see that the lessons we’ve learned— about health, family, work, resilience, community, and humanity — are lessons we’ll carry forward into the New Year.
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!
“GUYS ARE INTIMIDATED BY YOU — YOU HAVE A STRONG PERSONALITY...”
There isn't much time left to save the world. It’s time to wake up now and do something.
Typhoon Vamco (Ulysses) wreaked havoc across Luzon.
Let’s talk about what it means to speak out on social media and be critical of the government, especially as Christians. Are we supposed to call out incompetence and corruption, or stay silent and just pray?
Small Joys Tag