19 Signs She likes you

Okay so you like a girl, but you’re not sure she likes you. Here are 19 signs a girl is trying really hard to give you that signal you’re too naive to get.










1. She laughs at all your jokes – You’re not very funny you know that, okay maybe you are but no one is that funny. Believe me she’s just high for you and the things you do or say is so darn lovely for her. The thought that you’re  talking to her is the point of the whole thing.









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5 reasons why you SHOULD travel










I went on a solo trip to Malaysia, I had no plan for action, but with only one purpose in mind, to see if I could do it and yeah maybe discover myself. I met a German girl, she was on the same flight from Singapore and also the same bus from the airport to Kuala Lumpur. Her name is Eva, she was already in the bus and the seat beside her was vacant so I asked if I could sit beside her and with a big smile she said yes and the rest was history, and yes we’re Facebook friends if you have to ask. I’ve spoken to several people like her who embark on such trips and I couldn’t help but wonder what it would be like to be a participant.

1. Culture










Each and every country is like a human being with interesting characteristics. The more you spend time exploring, the more you get to know her. It is paramount that you respect and do your best to acclimate to the country’s customs and values. Learning, at the very least, “hello” and “goodbye” in the native language is something even you in your country would appreciate from foreigners. Nothing can replace the art of wonder and awe these places can give you, appreciating it’s uniqueness and being able to experience it at the same time is devine.

2. People









Like their country, these people are shaped the way they are. It is very important to read about the country you’re visiting before setting foot. I’ve been in some areas that are widely considered unfriendly and the people are supposed to be rude, but you don’t know someone can prove it wrong. True enough every country I’ve visited I bring home with me new friends, memories and experiences. One thing I learned is to bring something to give to people you meet along the way, you’ll be surprised by how gift-giving is a universal custom. Meeting people while travelling for me is the best part of every vacation, never forgetting to wear a smile and with it an open mind in making conversation with no expectations and less judgy. The best part.

3. Stories











Like the country and the people, the story you bring home with you is influenced primarily by these two. Every country will always present you with new possibilities, new discoveries, different languages, friendships and new stories. You don’t know, you can be a story told to someone indulging in their daydreams, perhaps written somewhere in their surrendered memories book. These stories you will always relive, retell and remember. I love these stories.

4. Food














The country is it’s food. Each and every country offers a fine range of drink and food for sophisticated palates. It’s important to try them. And one can only do it if you have the courage to try the street food. “Street food makes travel interesting,” Bourdain explained. “It’s very easy to travel around the world and look out the window and not know where you are. You see the same businesses. Go to the best restaurant in town in Houston, New York, or Berlin, and they’re not going to be that different. That’s not the case with street food. In Mexico, you’ll know if you’re in Puebla or Mexico City—you’ll smell, see, and taste the difference.”

5. You











For never allowing the what if’s and or fear hold you down from your greatness, for never letting uncertainty stop you from stepping out of your norm and comfort zone, for always dreaming big dreams and never failing to capture them, for never allowing failure stop you from becoming the person you ought to be, that’s you. You deserve a pat in the back for just being you.

I know, it’s a big world out there. It will be really grueling to leave the world you are so used to living but to do something so actively uncomfortable, so uncertain knowing that in a short period of time it’s going to be one of the best experiences of your life, supreme. But isn’t that what life is all about? Not knowing what’ll happen next, but trusting in the Devine power of God that everything will work together for your good? It’s amazing how life can leave you breathless like the many places you’ve visited and will visit. If you have not travelled do it, I beg of you. God didn’t make the world so big so you could sit on your own feeling small, go out there and live, really live.

Don’t stop looking

Carpe Diem

So often we live our lives just for the sake of living it. We don’t exactly know how but we just do it, day by day we try, sometimes harder just to get through the day. Carpe Diem, such a common phrase for the onlookers and YOLO for some, these have become our usher to living the life we think and most of us thought we are suppose to live . We get so focused on “living” that we forget how to be a human being, we forget that we have a purpose, each and every one of us. And because of these undiscovered purpose we try to fill the void by doing the things that will only cost us more, invite more circumstances leaving us broken. When something so unthinkable happen,  this will either put a person back to perspective or the other way around. These happenings, no matter how awful they may seem brings with them new beginnings and so many second chances in any area of our lives. The result will now depend on how we respond to each and every occurrence. Some get it fast but some will need more time, but actually, after a very long time, if it keeps going, these eventuality will in due course shape the person. You don’t realize it at first but it’s happening, it happens every second. You now feel life for the first time, love, the sense that you belong somewhere and to someone very Devine.










Now that you know you are a new creation, you will never ever let inconveniece and difficulty stop you from living the life you’ve always been created to live. Just don’t stop looking at the one who created you, by fixing your eyes on Jesus you will discover more about yourself than you did twenty, thirty years ago. You will make a mistake it’s a given, and unfortunately, the critics and naysayers will come out of the woodwork. People will tell you, “You’re all washed up. It’s too late.” If you wear that label, it will keep you from the amazing future God has in store. You might need to fight through a crowd. You might need to get three of your friends to lower you through a hole you cut in the roof. Whatever it is, do it. God says, “My mercy is bigger than any mistake.” God says, “I can still get you to your destiny.” God says, “I will give you beauty for those ashes. I’ll pay you back double for the unfair things that have happened.” You wouldn’t be alive unless God had another victory in your future. Why don’t you take off the “washed up” label? Take off the “failure,” “guilty,” “condemned” labels and put on some new ones: redeemed, restored, forgiven, bright future, new beginning. You are just where God purposed you to be beloved.

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7 Things you SHOULD know before visiting Thailand

You’ve probably heard a lot about Thailand. In fact you’re interested enough to have come across this blog. You’ve done the right thing, there are plenty of things you need to know before going to Thailand but I’ve narrowed it down to seven since most of them are plain common sense.

Thailand, The ‘Land of Smiles’ is known for it’s warm hospitality, amazing cuisine and stunning landscapes. However, before heading off on your trip there are a few things to take into consideration.

Here are 7 things you need to know

1. The Tuktuk Drivers










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arise, shine Pinoy

Living means you got a purpose to serve, responsibilities, a life that is never your own and around you, people to love.

Daan BantayanIt was one of the most powerful recorded storm to make landfall. It tore through the center of the Philippines, where many people were just beginning to recover from an earthquake. The effects of the storm, still being assessed as teams reach cut-off communities, have been catastrophic.

When something like Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan happen you can’t turn a deaf ear, you just cant. Silent faces and tired eyes in the television will get you thinking, what am I still doing here sitting comfortably when all the world is doing all it could possibly do to help? The heart will now cause you to action, the soul in one accord with the spirit and the body will have no choice but to act like a puppet on a string. One act of kindness turned viral, got everybody dancin’ to the tune of Love, Lord bless them. Beautiful, this is what happens when Love moves, you simply can’t refuse it’s call. This is what brought us here and what will keep us going.


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we all go back to Love

I witnessed love. I saw how love can heal even the deepest of wounds. I know because I’ve experienced it first hand. A sight too painful to bear but you gotta keep smiling because you have to be strong for them, because you gotta tell them It’s okay, and that this too shall pass. But you know it’s not enough, it will never be enough. The onslaught of Yolanda did not stop these kids from smiling and giving back only what they can give, a “salamat te”. You realized it’s not them you’re helping, it’s yourself, reminding you that love and only love is the one thing you can hang onto.To the sponsors who made it possible for us to help thank you. You’re money, every penny is reaching to the right people.

-Kat Zoe Romero