I always say that we all go through phases. We should all embrace the phase we are in and learn from it. The people we meet, the emotions we go through are all meant to be part of a phase. A phase that we should all learn to embrace and outgrow. I am currently going through a phase of uncertainty. Something that I am uncomfortable experiencing because I hate being uncertain about things. I can be indecisive at times, but I know I just have to make a choice, I know I am going somewhere. I am just not sure which one though. The past year has been a year of changes. I am wired to follow a certain structure. I grew up always knowing what is next for me. However, my life now is the total opposite. I am going through life-like I am blind-folded or something.
These past months have been challenging. I am doubting my decision to “just keep swimming”. However, someone has convinced me that there is more to life than being uncertain. I rarely post about You, but today I will. I am not comfortable professing my faith not because I don’t believe in God. I just have the highest out most regard for Him that I don’t want to just talk about Him too much. I believe that my relationship with the Father is something that is just between me and Him. Today, was day of realization for me. It wasn’t just the recognition (which was a good surprise) it was more of how He made me realize that there is more to life than being uncertain, that there is something constant in this world. He always comes at the right time and at the right moment. It’s not even about me anymore, it was more of how He showed that life completely beats in a certain rhythm. In moments that there is chaos, calm will arise. In uncertainty, there should be faith.
A stronger sense of faith was restored today. I always knew that I have Him by my side, He has always delivered and always more. My ongoing phase was shaken by the strength of His power and His timing. My uncertainty/restlessness/anxiety phase is slowly “melted” by the strength of His love. I am not saying that I am feeling perfectly fine, I still have my moments however, I go back to the feeling of letting all the worries go. Now, the quote, “Let Go, Let God” has a whole new meaning for me.
I was inspired by a conversation I had with a dear friend regarding owning up to your truth. It’s not hard to speak our truth; however, it takes a lot of balls to own up to your truth. To speak your truth and be ready with the consequences is not easy. I have yet to earn that courage, the courage to face the aftermath.
I hope that one day, I’ll be able to just spit it out and let it all come out. When it happens, IF it happens, I hope I have finally grown the balls to face it – head on.
I came across an IG post by Becca Lee regarding people and their phases. It dawned to me that we are living in our phase at our pace. It is not wrong to be stuck at times; however, it is not good to be stuck forever. We all have our own moments and we all have our own struggles. Each day may not be the same, the experience always better than the last. It is up to us on how we manage each phase. Also, how we accept our pace for each phase. I love how Becca Lee compared our lives to the moon, how the moon change phases and still turn into a beautiful sight every night.
I am at phase in my life wherein, I am a bit uncertain on what the future holds. I am learning how to stop overthinking and just learn to live. I am constantly changing, more of evolving. I am learning how to enjoy each moment, knowing it will be the same again the second time around. I am at a phase wherein I want love to surprise me.
My phase is not necessarily the same as others but that doesn’t make mine any better or any less. Embrace your phase!
My 2018 book is now ready to be filled with stories and experiences for this new year. I am looking forward to what this year holds for me. There are a lot of things to do, more places to see, and people to hang out with. I want this year to be the one! The one that I will remember for all the good reasons. The one that will purely centre on me and my well-being.
There are some things that I have to slowly learn and unlearn. I want to take my time and just be more happy with who I am. For the longest time, I have always placed myself as a least priority, because I put everyone first. I owe myself the time and effort to be a better version of me. I am already good, I just need to be better and then best. I want to be the best me that I can be. To live life to the fullest and enjoy all that the world has to offer. I am in the biggest journey of my life so far, I’ll update you all soon.
Happy New Year, everyone!
2017 has been quite a rollercoaster of emotions and a year of adventures. I was blessed with opportunities that were unexpected, and I’ve met a lot of new people along the way. It wasn’t easy but we made it out safe and unscathed.
I have been blessed with the opportunity to see beautiful places, see God’s creation and explore places with people who matter. I want to see more and be with more people!
Siliman University, Dumaguete City
Bais, Negros Oriental
2017 may have been really good to me, but there were also trying times. There were moments that sh*t happens, but just like any story – we move on. I live by the fact that the bond is strong, and the friendship will always remain intact. I wouldn’t have done it without the help of each person who were part of my year. It wasn’t easy, but these people made it bearable.
Money Matters Fam
Radiant Sibs and Mamu
Catalyst Fam with Paps
AlCapDev Core Team
Al and Neo
Bru Club (sans Gayle)
MOB and CapDev
Fitch and Dada
My family has been extremely blessed this year. Although, a chapter of my parents’ work life has ended, it was a blessing in disguise. When my dad decided to close his fabrication business, it was something that we all knew will happen at some point. It was a huge adjustment for the family; however, it is also a way of letting my dad rest. My dad’s health has also been really good this year, no hospital visits! (yay!)
2017 Ramirez Family Reunion
Happy Birthday, Dad
Ate, Mom and Ate LA
Ate and Me
Personally, 2017 was a test on how I can handle transition. For a while, things were unstable and unpredictable, if I were to be evaluated – I hope I passed. 🙂
2017 was A-W-E-S-O-M-E! I feel that 2018 will be A-W-E-S-O-M-E-R!!
My wish for you and for your family is a blessed year ahead. Cheers!
I am lost for words with all the warm greetings I got from a lot of people. It took my attention off the fact that I got a year older. I am 31, wow! Knowing what I know now, I would tell my 20-year old self that it’s not as bad as I thought it would be. Heck! I don’t even feel like I am 31!
I think this year has been all about transition. I am transitioning into a new and better version of myself. For the first time in a long time, I can definitely say that I am working on me. I am actually taking myself seriously and taking care of myself first.
My heart is full. It is full of all the love I am getting from a lot of people. I am finally getting the self-love that I have always told myself I deserve. I am still in constant struggle of fighting my personal demons, however, I have to stand for myself. If I don’t fight for myself then who will. I am looking forward to another year of blessedness and to work on myself more. I am excited to see all the new places I will discover, new people I will meet and all new experiences I’ll have.
Thank you for being part of my journey. I hope in one way or another, I left a mark that you will never forget. Thank you for the love!
The past two years have been really challenging for me. A lot has happened both in my personal and professional life that has taken its toll on me. It took me a lot of effort to turn things around, it wasn’t easy but there were a lot of people who encouraged me along the way and made me realize that I am not alone.
I have been gifted with people who are always ready to encourage. I am lucky to be surrounded with people who doesn’t judge and still sees my strengths in moments that I was in my lowest.
Bru Club – my bffs
My work family – ALCapDev Health
Stef, Me and Nova
Vinci, Me, Mel and Euge
My core people at work – original Health Comms coaches
My CapDev Valhalla family
Fitch and Me
My family has been and forever will be my backbone. After a long day of struggles, i come home to their smiles and warm hugs. They may never understand what I do or the struggles I face at work, but they know me – the real me. For the most part, that is what I need someone who will remind me of my core, my being and what really matters.
My sister, mom and me
FY18 is about to start, I am starting a new chapter in my career and I hope that this year will be remarkable. I have slayed my dragons before, I hope to slay some more. 🙂