Breathe in. Breathe out. Repeat until you calm your restless heartbeat. Hi! I am glad to finally be able to seat with you again. Order your coffee now, or maybe tea, or maybe beer? 🙂 Lend me some of your precious minutes and let's talk. 🙂 Time is fleeting. 2016 is now down to two… Continue reading Coffee Date: November Edition
Will you guys agree with me that time is in a rush? Geez. One year’s now down to four months! Too fast! So before August ends, let us have some coffee, or maybe tea. But hey! It’s A Reading Writer’s 2nd birthday so we have wines and beers and cocktails around. Cheers!!! Come, let’s start!… Continue reading Monthly Date (Blog Content, Announcement and a Question)
An update and an important announcement. ❤ 2016 feels like flying speedily as the 1st quarter will be ending soon. Spring has somehow arrived in the west part of the earth, (according to the poems that I read :D) while summer is about to start here in the Philippines. I invited you for a coffee… Continue reading Coffee or Tea, anyone?
Have some coffee with me? 🙂 January is now coming to an end! (Am I the only one who feels like time really do fly?) The coming month, I can sense, will be hectic for me (work, of course!), that’s why I make the most of January and almost perfectly published two posts a day!… Continue reading Let’s Talk (please?)
The starting point of all achievement is desire. - Napoleon Hill I started the year with my resolutions, and little by little I hope to change them into realizations. ICMYI, here are some of my plans I posted last time, and more desires inspired by Laduchessederat's The Great Book of Lists. READER & WRITER PLANS 1. To (HOPEFULLY)… Continue reading Hopeful Desires
Am I believer of new year’s resolution? To be honest, I’m not. For more than two decades, I have not created nor written such. That doesn’t mean I hate them, it’s just that it has never been a habit. 🙂 So for this year, because of The Broke and the Bookish, I would like to… Continue reading Ten Resolutions, Plans & Goals as a Reader, a Writer & a Blogger
Don’t say you CAN’T until you give it a try. - rosemawrites This is the greatest lesson that I have learned from WRITING 101. A Reading Writer has been in the blogosphere for more than a year now. Its tagline is “I write because I read. I read because I write.” But honestly, its content is… Continue reading Writing 101: Discoveries, endings and beginnings