August 23, 2016 Catherine Mendoza 6Comment

    Villa Solaria was the first hostel I stayed in on Siargao islands. It was actually my first time to visit the place and I’d love to share with you a review about my experience with the accommodations.   This sign imbibes a warm welcome to the guests at the entrance. At times, there’s no staff stationed at the front desk, but you may call their attention. When I arrived, a lady approached me a few minutes later. I then told her that I booked a room via Agoda and she willingly accommodated me. (more…)

August 17, 2016 Catherine Mendoza

Have you ever wondered what it’s like working from home? Have you ever thought what exactly people who work from home do? Or feel? Do they feel satisfied? Happy? Excited? Convenient? Well, you probably are right about what you’re thinking right now. How did they get started?

 Well, let me tell you a short story about how I started working online from home. I used to work as a company secretary for almost two years. I quit when the company didn’t grant my request for salary increase even though I deserved it after all the effort I exerted and the…

July 27, 2016 Catherine Mendoza

If you’re hitting the Beach of Alona in Bohol and have no idea where to stay, then you’ve found the right blog post! I recommend Alona Hammocks which is located on the end of Ester A. Lim Drive, Tawala in Panglao, Bohol. I tried it myself, so I know the experience. It’s completely accessible and easy to find, so you’re assured of convenience. If you’re coming from Tagbilaran and are renting a motorcycle, the driver knows exactly where to find it. Actually, it is located in a neighborhood of Amori Resorts.   Alona Hamocks hostel is pretty close to Alona…

June 15, 2016 Catherine Mendoza 6Comment

  Stories of loss and struggles He passed away when I was 14. He had diabetes, according to the doctor, which we didn’t find out until he was admitted to the hospital. I can still clearly remember how we rushed him to the hospital that dark early morning at 5am and the bang of the train that passed by was the only thing I could hear. He collapsed on the floor of our small narrow flat, hit his head on the wall and couldn’t move. Since I was still a teenager back then, I couldn’t help him stand up so…

June 1, 2016 Catherine Mendoza 5Comment

  “Some people just can’t keep their promises and will just leave you a permanent scar.” To begin everything with, I’d like to let you know that you were someone I admired in every aspect. The one I wanted to share the rest of my life with, the one I promised myself once to see waiting for me as I walk down the aisle. Our relationship was a long distance love, we were a thousand miles apart, but we managed to preserve it in the most magnificent way despite other people judging and telling us that we were never gonna…