Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

Should I Quit Blogging?

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should I quit blogging

Yeah, should I quit? I decided to commit to blogging in 2013. Like any love relationship, I want something that’s legit and lasting. I bought my domain name, got a friend to manage my site, and hired a brilliant creative, Rhiza Oyos, to set up my site. This was the beginning of a beautiful relationship […] Read more…

I’m a GenX Mom Blogger

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What does a Gen X mom blogger have to say when millennial bloggers reign supreme online? The number of “Mommy” bloggers have grown over the last ten years and continues to rise. When I decided to use blogging as a platform for my writing, I didn’t know what I was getting into. I intentionally attended blogging […] Read more…

What My Mom Taught Me, Final Week

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I end the month-long celebration of Moms with the last post for the series What My Mom Taught Me. For this last one, I decided to put together all the responses of the women who shared with me the important value or character trait their own mothers passed on to them. My mom showed me […] Read more…

Discipline for Twenty Fifteen

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As Filipino families prepare Media Noche on New Year’s Eve, I was checking out new devotionals that I could subscribe to for 2015 from my YouVersion, Bible app. The “One Word That Will Change Your Life: 4-Day Devotional” stands out among the equally inspiring devos available. As I read the sample, it’s not really a daily follow-through […] Read more…

Inspirited Mom at the OMF Book Launch

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I love books. I love books that inspire, push me out of my comfort zone and help me in walk with God. OMF Literature Publications has been doing that for the last 57 years. Ever since I was introduced to the books written by Christian authors, I have become a loyal supporter of OMF. My […] Read more…

Purpose Driven Blog: Christian Blogger Meet-Up

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I’ve been following a lot of bloggers and they all say the same thing, a blogger should have his/her own tribe. Blogger Jeff Goins defines a tribe as a community of like-minded people who are willing to pay attention to what you have to say. A tribe can include friends, readers and even sponsors who support […] Read more…

Who is Mr. Write?

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If I could incarnate my relationship with writing, I would call him Mr. Write and here is our love story. I have to confess, Mr. Write has been and will always be my first love. Since the day I discovered him, I was smitten and drawn instantly. His eyes speak volumes. He knows what’s on […] Read more…

Blogging My Best Year…Hopefully

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After my first ever blog workshop, I was motivated to buy my domain and finally own my posts. As soon as the site was ready, I was on my laptop writing everyday. Time was also spent on reading other blogs, getting insights from the pros and learning more about the blogging world. Last December, Martine de Luna, again hosted […] Read more…

Staring at a Blank Page

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A writing instructor once told me that in order to cultivate one’s writing skills, one should just write and write. Write about anything everyday. It doesn’t have to be deep or something spectacular, “Just write anything,” she says. The more one writes, the more inspired one gests. Who knows a simple idea might give birth to a blog post that […] Read more…

Am I Good Enough?

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I made a huge step recently by deciding to finally self-host my blog.  I was having those shoulda-woulda-coulda moments months before I turned 40. It was very timely (God’s timing) that our church mentors decided to facilitate an overnight retreat for the entire discipleship group. The retreat focused on Creating a Personal Life Plan and finding your […] Read more…

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