1. Never stop courting. Never stop dating. Never ever take that woman for granted.
  2. Keep a special place in your heart where no one must enter except for your wife.
  3. Fall in love over and over and over again. You will constantly change. You’re not the same people you were when you got married.
  4. Always see the best in her. Focus only on what you love. If you focus on what bugs you, all you will see is reasons to be bugged.
  5. It’s not your job to change or fix her . . .  your job is to love her as she is with no expectation of her ever changing.
  6. Take full accountability for your own emotions: it’s not your wife’s job to make you happy, and she can’t make you sad.
  7. Never blame your wife if you get frustrated or angry at her, it is only because it is triggering something inside of you. They are your emotions, and your responsibility.
  8. Be silly . . . don’t take yourself so damn seriously. Laugh. And make her laugh. Laughter makes everything else easier.
  9. Don’t be an idiot . . . And don’t be afraid of being one either. You will make mistakes and so will she.
  10. Don’t worry about money. Money is a game, find ways to work together as a team to win it.

* An edited version of Mr Rogers’ Facebook post

LETTING GO (Repost –01/01/14)

I posted this on my Facebook account on January 1, 2014. I just want to share it again! 🙂


I decided to let go of all those things that I have been keeping for many years. Discarded. Disposed. Got rid of. Set loose. Let go. No bitter feelings. No qualms. I just felt the need to discard those things — from notebooks, test papers, projects (HS to college), magazines, newspapers, sketches, drawings, etc.. Yay! Been keeping them for so long. Now, there’s enough space in my room..I’m overjoyed.. I’m proud of myself because I let go of those things that I thought I would still be keeping in the future.

First step: ACCEPTANCE. I accepted the fact that they were not useful anymore.

Second step: CHOICE. I chose the important things from useless ones.


Letting go isn’t easy but when you do, it feels great! Totally EMANCIPATED!

hahaa, grabe, nag-general cleaning lang eh bwhahhha..