(Title is an excerpt from Gretchen Rubin's The Happiness Project) Today's Homily was a reminder to be humble. And ironically, the title was the first sentence that I read upon opening Gretchen's book. Nowadays, people expect that their achievements will be recognized by others. Why shouldn't we? We put a lot of effort to accomplish the … Continue reading Don’t expect praise or appreciation.
Being a Recruiter was once my dream. Although it is still one of my ideal jobs, I cannot deny those moments when I wanted to be the worst employee I can imagine. The type that will disobey company policies and disrespect others. The one that can write that resignation letter and request for an immediate release … Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis
I am currently reading Gretchen Rubin's "The Happiness Project". I just started with this one and upon reaching page 8, I decided to think of my own meaning of happiness. What is happiness? There are a lot of possible definitions and only one is valid/the perfect meaning to an individual. For me, happiness is reading … Continue reading What is Happiness?
It is inevitable for a person to blame others. Traffic here in the Philippines is usually considered by all as the main reason why they are late for work. I have thought of that once, maybe twice. I even considered the opportunity of buying cars way easier (and cheaper) than before as another cause of … Continue reading We are in control!
Most undergraduate degrees here in the Philippines have licensure examinations and/or certifications. The Philippine Psychology Act of 2009 was the starting point for us, Psychology graduates, to really earn the respect we deserve in doing our profession. Passing the board exam was first on my list after I graduated last 2013.I did enroll myself in a review center … Continue reading Why get licensed/certified?