My breakfast would usually consist of a full meal – rice and a side dish or viand. Living alone in Japan with a very physical labor I have, I tend to have no more time to prepare dishes anymore. Unlike before when I was starting, I had the energy to wake up 3 hours before my shift to cook and prepare my meals. As time went on, I changed my strategies in order to save time from household chores and have more time for myself. To make the story short, I ended up eating bread in the morning instead of preparing a meal. Read More
I used Karen Carpenter’s rainy days on Mondays, to substitute some words to describe rest days after paydays, especially when it’s a two-day rest day! Read More
Last November 12, 2015, I had the chance to join a trip to Miyoshi-shi’s legendary and historical Kazura-bashi. In English, ‘Kazura’ means creeping plant while ‘Bashi’ means bridge. According to http://www.miyoshinavi.jp, the bridge is made of a kiwi vine species that stretches 45 meters long, 2 meter wide and is suspended 15 meters above the river.
So many habits that are hard to break. I was able to resist the temptation of being idle and wasting my time to nothing. Watching teleseryes that give me false hope and leave me daydreaming thus time wasted.
Broken Clouds, 14°C
Finish this sentence. The best part of waking up is… (ang hirap a!) After 24 hours of thinking…. the best part of waking up is knowing that God gave you another chance to make up for whatever is lost yesterday. 🙂
If not now when? A quote I first encountered from one of Elijah Wood’s news articles. It had a strong impact to me as a person because I always set the things I want to do aside and prioritize others that need to be done first- work and family. I wanted to travel, learn to play a musical instrument, but I did not have the time and money back then. Now that my situation seems to be quiet and calm, I push myself by remembering the quote “If not now, when?” Read More