1/01/2017

Happy New Year 2017: Best of 2016 Highlights



Hello everyone, happy New Year to all of you! Since today is the first day of the year 2017 I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you. My 2016 will never be completed without my family, friends and dear readers. I am so excited to start this year because I have so many things written on my planner already. I have so many new interests to start this year and I am so blessed that each one of you continue to support this little happy place online.


Before we get too excited, let’s take a look on few of the most important things happened in me last year 2016. I have to admit that my 2016 has been so good and I was so blessed with lots of opportunities and learnings. I have met so many nice people and traveled to some places I’ve never been. So let’s go ahead and remember all my 2016 highlights.


January: This month was so special because I have attended one of the biggest beauty event of the country. I am blessed to win an invite from Creamsilk Transformations together with one of my officemate who became one of my closest friends.


February: I may lost my job but on this month, I have started a new one. I worked for an outsourcing company and I have learned so much from them. This job also made me remember my love for writing and blogging for different audiences.


March: There’s no special moment for this month but I got to be friends with my co-workers and enjoy my job.


April: My sister came from the province and have decided to find a job in Manila and we get along so much. We have attended a business opportunity together and have met inspiring people. We also took this opportunity to explore and be independent. (I am 26, I know!)


May: So here we go, some of you may know that this month is my month because I was born on May 11th. I was so sad because I have lost my job. My employer ended my contract and it was one of the saddest moment of my life. You know, losing a job that you love is not good. I was undecided and everything’s not on its perfect timing.


June: Although last May 2016 was full of sadness, June is the most happiest because my guy visited me. We went to our favorite place-Boracay. We had so much fun and tried lots of foods that we haven’t tried before. I was still in a worry state of mind because when the vacation ends, I have to face the reality again and do job hunting which I really hate.


July: Right after my vacation, I was surprised with a job offer. I have started working fulltime at home. I can’t be thankful enough for this blessing and after that one contract, more came.


August: I achieved one of my biggest goals in life which was living alone independently. I moved and started renting a small space of my own. This month was amazing because I won a 3-day short vacation trip with other 15 bloggers to Caramoan, Camarines Sur. It was so fun and I became friends with those people. It’s not every day you’ll win free vacation to amazing place with amazing people. Thanks everyone, you know who you are.


September: I started taking meds and live a healthy lifestyle.


October: I just work at home and go out during weekends with my best friend. I still do it. I also got my passport appointment.


November: I got braces! I have waited for this all my life since I realized that my teeth makes me have low self-esteem. I could have gotten it when I was younger but I have to wait and pay it from my own money. Happiest kid in town. (Okay, over acting!)


December: I have stayed in a hotel alone just to do my work. I have visited Poctoy, White Beach in Marinduque with my blogger friends and I have spent Christmas with my relatives also living in Marinduque.

How about you? How was your 2016?
xoxo



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  1. Happy New Year Dear.

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  2. wow type ko din gumawa ng ganito hehehe :)

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