I know, it sounds careless. but wait until you hear my story(and the lessons that came with it)… The husband and I went to a camping with our church family for a team-building activity during a June holiday. It was out of our plan to stay overnight but, since we needed to hear an important … Continue reading A Rookie Housewife Lost her Ring (9 months After her Wedding)
Slack times are part of business. Times when one, or one's daughter get sick. Times when internal matters couldn't seem to be resolved. Times when one can't get hold of inspiration. Times when one's tempted to stay on low-key and just go with the flow. Times when one wonders if everything's really onto the right … Continue reading if aint’ break, don’t fix it – not always applicable
Delaying is chronic illness. "I'll do it later after an hour." "Oh, it's okay, I still have time." Then, one realizes it takes longer time to finish the job. So, one gracefully works around to finish everything in less than an hour. Grace under pressure, so to speak. That's one of the causes why a … Continue reading No shortcuts because time is an asset in itself.
..because it taught me humility. It taught me resourcefulness. It taught me being genuine. It taught me resilience. It taught me going the extra the mile. It taught me to move forward. It gave me courage to accept that failures are part of every journey and that I shouldn't be afraid of them. And that's … Continue reading A collapsed cake helped me become a pro.
It takes time. It takes research. It takes failures. It takes trials, and errors. It takes rising up again. But it will be worth it. If you still have not find that business idea, keep looking. Keep your options wide. Keep your mind open. If you're still not yet satisfied what recipe to market, keep … Continue reading Keep whipping