As an office get-up, Bryce wanted to wear his home sando around his neck but I said that he had a better alternative to it—his big-slash-scarf that he had since he was one-year-old. We just didn’t use it often because we all know what happens to real-usage of bibs, right? They become rags!
Since we did not meet up with my parents on the day of Father’s Day, we bonded weeks after, instead. Our middle ground was Pasay City. I thought that Mall of Asia would be jam-packed on a Sunday, a less-crowded venue would suit us best.
Remember when you wanted what you currently have. Omen
Today, it might not seem like you are where you want to be. But when you pause, observe and recognize your wins – big and small, you’ll be in awe of how far you’ve come.
I’ve wrote at least ten of my wins, here are my top three:
- ✨ I said a big “yes” to learning about financial planning to benefit my own family, and I took on a mission to serve more people by spreading financial literacy.
- ✨ Building meaningful relationships with people I fortunately cross paths with.
- ✨ My ultimate biggest win I would say is my appetite for a better and brighter life. Saying “yes” to opportunities and being open to possibilities.
How about you? What are your wins – big and small? Dare yourself to look back at the first half of the year, and welcome the second half with enthusiasm and so much hope! 💞
📆 Welcome July! 🤩
Originally published on Facebook, 1 July 2018.