A Mother’s Passage

“It’s not about how much you do, but how much love you put into what you do that counts”                                                                                                                         -Mother Teresa Being a mother, I would say it is very challenging. It’s fun being a mother, taking care of the kids, feeding them every day, doing the laundry just to keep theContinue reading “A Mother’s Passage”

Overseas: A Homeschool Journey

These are some questions that relatives and friends asked me. You see, my family decided to do homeschooling even before the pandemic, way back S.Y. 2018-2019. I was in the academe back then. So those into traditional schooling were surprised that I would decide to do homeschooling. However, when I explained to them the why,Continue reading “Overseas: A Homeschool Journey”

Seasons of Life: A Glimpse of My Motherhood Journey

“To everything, there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 A Time For Everything And A Season For Every Activity As a young girl, I have always envisioned myself becoming a career woman. Don’t get me wrong. I loved fairytales and, I, too, looked forward to my happily-ever-after.Continue reading “Seasons of Life: A Glimpse of My Motherhood Journey”

Work life balance: “ life of a working student”

As a working student, I know how it feels to sit in the class the whole day listening to teachers drowning something in mind that I have a lot of works to be done after this. In most people’s eyes, it’s not normal for a 17-year-old to feel as if there are not enough hoursContinue reading “Work life balance: “ life of a working student””

Career Woman to Career Mom Real Quick!

It’s 10AM and you’re starting to get to work on mid-shift. As you shampoo your hair, you’ve been rehearsing the flow of your conference call scheduled today with the clients overseas. You’ll be coming to office earlier because you need to prepare for bunch of meetings happening today. This is just one of the typicalContinue reading “Career Woman to Career Mom Real Quick!”

I Feel like a Less Mom

by: Eliel Resia Allosada “Giving birth should be your greatest achievement, not your greatest fear”  – Jane Wildeman As a first-time mom, I have every preparation in my pregnancy. I don’t miss my prenatal check-ups, drink vitamins, and always follow what my Ob-gynecologist says to me. I will say that my whole pregnancy was high-risk.Continue reading “I Feel like a Less Mom”