I guess it is hard to say that I traveled back to the USA, since it was more a matter of returning to the USA because I had to get back to work. That’s such a bummer! But I love what I do so I’ll get over it. I wanted to close out my timeContinue reading “Music, Asiana Airlines, Customs, and Customer Service (Why it sucks in the USA)”
The other day I went out of Manila up into the Tagaytay Province to visit a pretty hot tourist spot – The Taal Volcano. It was an interesting day but not for the reasons you might think…
So I am not really big on the whole resolution thing. It doesn’t make sense to me to sit down once a year and make a resolution and then what? Most people don’t even remember them a week after they made them and even fewer people actually keep them. Now, that being said I am huge on goal writing, I think you should always be writing down goals. Short term, long term, really long term, you need those things written in pen on paper and folded a dozen times in your pocket as you roam the world.
And you need to keep updating them, modifying them, deleting the ones that aren’t any good or don’t strike your fancy anymore. I do it all the time, but unlike most “resolutionists” I actually keep and achieve a good sized percentage of mine. In looking at goals over the last few years I would say I have about a 70% completion rate. Doesn’t sound like much unless you know how many goals I set. Not hitting that other 30% doesn’t cause me a moments worry.
I dream big, I goal big, and here are my top 10 goals for 2014
sunset over bulacan, a photo by contactmoment1 on Flickr. Spent early Christmas with the Agustin family in Pleridel, Bulacan, Philippines before headed off to Davao to spend our family Christmas there. We spent the entire day in the province and treated 50 kids to gift baggies from the United States, and the best part –Continue reading “Sunset over Bulacan, Philippines”
The Beach, a photo by contactmoment1 on Flickr. Some of my favorite blogs on the internet are travel blogs. Blogs about wanderlust, getting away from “the cycle” and really living life. I’ve been a traveller since my earliest memories and for some strange reason I never thought to jump on this band wagon. Especially becauseContinue reading “Samal Island, Southern Mindanao, The Philippines”