I lost my drone but not my dreams

When I lost my drone, instantaneously my heart turned heavy. However, I realized that I still am holding onto something that has much more weight than my heavy emotions.  

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I left my job and traveled alone

I resigned from the company I work for, left the prestige of my job’s designation, removed myself from the crazy corporate world, then packed my bags and ticked-off one of the items on my bucket list: to travel alone.

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Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village will give you a glimpse of how Koreans lived in the past, and you can vividly imagine the Korean ancestors walking in Hanbok in its once busy street.

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Where Will You Take 2017?

A Dream A year ago, I dreamed about traveling not just in the Philippines, but the whole world. A huge feat, I thought. And yet, I still put it on the list of my ultimate dreams. 117 countries in total and, logistically speaking, it will take years for me to do it. I continued on…

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Falling in love with Zurich

Getting lost in Zurich didn’t just help me find the values and characters that make Zurich a consistent candidate of being one of the most livable Cities on Earth, but it also made me realize how loveable the City is from every angle and corner. Indeed, it is impossible not to fall in love with the City that offers…

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Kicking 2016 off in Kaohsiung!

Since I work in a technology firm focused on advertising, even work becomes less toxic and we’re back to planning, process building and roadshows (Not that I am complaining. In fact, I love the first two quarters of the year.)

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