iTravel NZ: Experience Coromandel

Physical activities can positively influence academic performance. In fact, even the brightest students sometimes struggle with pressure and school requirements. However, if they know how to counteract this circumstance as it occurs, they would likely succeed. In my case, I always have music and traveling in mind. Students have been busy these past few weeks... Continue Reading →

Here’s a Response from a 20-something to the FAQ: “So, When Are You Getting Married?”

In the Philippines, when you are in your mid-20s, late 20s, 30s and STILL single or in a relationship but not yet married, you will be often asked with the most popular question in town, "When are you getting married?" Some people (including me) would just respond jokingly as they tease and ignore it afterwards... Continue Reading →

iTravel NZ: In the Silence of Ambury

via Daily Prompt: Silent In the stillness of Ambury lies a serene herd. The Ambury Regional Park is located in the South of Auckland, New Zealand close to the Manukau Harbour. Activities include bird watching, camping, farm viewing, lamb feeding, cow milking, mountain biking, picnics, and sightseeing. If you are keen to any of these... Continue Reading →

Small Victories: Short-term Pain for Long-term Gain

This post is inspired by the Daily Post: Ascend MikesBikes is a business simulation program that links business concepts and theories into real-life business management. Students are engaged into running their own companies and compete with other teams or individuals within university or universities world-wide. Over the summer vacation, I was invited to participate in... Continue Reading →

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