my life’s adventures & stories.

In times of solitude, I always find myself writing. This is where I feel much comfort expressing what is within me, sharing all my ups and downs in life, the only “person” I can 100% trust to tell…

it feels good to write!

In my professional field of work as a Sales Exec, I love what I do and I am good in what I do. It involves a lot of strategic conversations with clients and physicians. But when it comes to my personal life and stories, I am not much of a talker. I prefer to listen to peers than to talk about my personal experiences in life. When you get my attention and trust be ready to unveil the mysteries inside me. <wink>

I do better in writing. This is the best way I can actually get my feelings out and relay what I cannot say verbally. Emotions are expressed form within my mind and I tend to keep them most of the time. When there are so much going in my mind, I spend time writing to get this bottled up feeling out. Writing has my mind focus on the subject at hand, It sinks in better when my thoughts are written before my eyes. All pours out and brings out the best and worst of me. This is my positive way of lashing, venting out to acknowledge what I have been going through. Feels so light and good. It just doesn’t stop with venting alone. That’s just the initial step on how I deal when life gets bumpy & tough. I need to…

Swing it

, a companion to my blog. The other side of my thoughts. More of a timeline tales…day dream stories.

I always have stories to tell. Being busy, is never a reason for me. I squeeze time for the things I love to do, for the important people I dearly love. Blogging, is one way I can share my life’s experiences to people who somehow travels the same path of life’s journey.

Seize The Day!

  1. July 6, 2012 at 4:54 PM

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