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Blog Update - Transferring Back to Blogger

By On October 22, 2016
Today is the day I'm going back to where I started all these non-sense (haha). It's been close to three (3) years (yeah, not that long) since I left Blogger.com to venture into the much more complicated self-hosted WordPress for this humble home.

Okay, so here's the real-deal. I haven't really got time re-inventing the blog on WordPress (and I'm paying for it) so I've decided it better be here in Blogger instead. That way, I don't really have to bother renewing hosting so all that would be left to me would be the domain (and the blog content of course, sleeping soundly within Blogger's servers).

I'm not saying that I'm going to stick to whatever it is I have now. But things and my plans may change so I could be back there or I'll stay here. Either way, I still get to blog about some randomness along the way. Bye for now!


By On April 10, 2016
Every time I look back to how it felt when I left my previous job, it brings elation. Yep! It feels THAT good.

I can never deny the fact that having been an office employee for so long, I've had some ups and lots of downs. It is everywhere. I know people who've also been employed at some point in their lives would understand.

And there are a lot of things that's been happening lately and sometimes I keep wondering, if keeping the way things are right now is all worth the trouble (for the record, this ain't about MY job). It makes me re-think and do some awful lot of keeping my thoughts to myself (I know, I'm telling you this but this isn't even a quarter if it all). I'd die if I don't even write about it. Like seriously.

I know I'm starting to sound like a drama queen. But then, I've realized that there are some challenges that we need to face, head-on. For some unknown reasons, I feel like there's something big (or small, whatever) coming. I don't know what it is (not just yet, anyway), but I'm sure it's a surprise, and something different.

It might need extra effort, but hey, a lot of things that happened to our lives which taught us more than we ever imagined.  In every circumstance (good or bad),  I would always think that it will be a day which would eventually end. Just like sunset, it signifies the end of each day filled with colors. That it will end and will give way to a whole new day.