I have a confession — I hate being on stage except when I’m singing with a band. I always feel anxious and TERRIFIED every time I’m on stage or even speaking in small groups! I remember when I was in college that I was good at speech presentations but I lost my confidence 15 years ago when I embarrassed myself after committing too many errors as a host of a mall show. Read more
COVID-19 brought a lot of uncertainty to millions of people worldwide. Since we’re ordered by the Philippine Government to stay at home to prevent the spread of the virus, we tend to get bored and eventually compromise our livelihood and mental health because of cabin fever.
Cabin Fever refers to the irritability or restlessness experienced by a person who is stuck at an isolated location or in confined quarters for an extended period of time.
Taal Volcano explosion, bushfire in Australia, the worsening traffic of Metro Manila due to the construction of MRT7 and Skyway Stage 3, and the Coronavirus outbreak are three of the most stressful events in January.
People wanted to start the month of February by refocusing, reconnecting to nature, and moving forward. As a solution, adidas Runners Manila organized an event to reconnect with nature and experience the benefits of mindful outdoor running.
“There is no one giant step that does it, it’s a lot of little steps.”
— Peter A. Cohen (American investment banker)
Many of us here are struggling to get back in shape after the holidays, including yours truly. Some of us are still enjoying our respective off-season break after participating in grueling races such as the Singapore Marathon last November 30, the Cebu Marathon on January 12, and the Milo Marathon National Finals on January 19. As a result, we become guilty of procrastinating and overeating until we become out of shape.
Shredding the excess baggage until we become in great shape again is impossible in a short period. It takes a lot of patience, dedication, and consistency before we achieve our desired goals.