Unemployed for two months and counting, how is life now?

It has been two months since I arrived in the Philippines, and having lost my job is a turning point in my life. I feel anxious and relieved at the same time. I am anxious for my future, but relieved because I am free from my inner turmoil. I grieved, but I didn’t waste timeContinue reading “Unemployed for two months and counting, how is life now?”

Joining the unemployed | Losing my sense of security and how I overcome it

I’ve been through a difficult phase recently, that is being a member of the unemployed. The event sucked me into a blackhole of deep sadness and grief. The least someone wants now is uncertainty. It was just too much for me. I was confused as to what to do next. I cannot find words toContinue reading “Joining the unemployed | Losing my sense of security and how I overcome it”

Table for one please: My first solo dining experience

After months of staying at home, I finally got a chance to go out. I went to Accra yesterday along with colleagues for work-related activity. My part ended early, so instead of waiting for my colleagues, I decided to treat myself out in a restaurant at a 5-star hotel.  I wanted to do it inContinue reading “Table for one please: My first solo dining experience”

60 Days on Quarantine, What Have I Realized?

Today is Quarantine Day 60 in Ghana, West Africa. 60 days of doing chores, exercising and developing habits.  60 days of chatting with friends and family, binge watching series on Netflix and scrolling down on social media feeds. 60 days of contemplation and self-reflection. 60 days of no work. 60 days of no salary. LifeContinue reading “60 Days on Quarantine, What Have I Realized?”