Monthly Goals

Weaving the Connections Between Culture and Language
The ability of humans to think rationally and to use language to communicate are the factors that made them stand
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Technology and its Various Roles in Education
  Gone are the days when attaining a formal education just meant that a student must stay within the four walls of a classroom
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Learnings and Goals to Kick Start 2019
I wanted to make a few minutes to thank you for supporting, following, and reading the blog posts that I
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A Teacher’s Educational Leadership Philosophy
In 2013, the Philippine government implemented a change that created controversies from different spectrums in the country. The K to
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Philippine’s Actions On Education For All
There’s so much we can learn from our life journeys. Having chosen a career as a teacher, it has opened
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K TO 12 CURRICULUM AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
Change. This has been described as the only thing that is constant in this world. In all aspects of our
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Leadership and Management: What’s the Difference?
“Management is doing things right, leadership is doing the right things” – Warren Bennis and Peter Drucker This is the year
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Review on Heart in Two Places- An Immigrant’s Journey by Gemma Nemenzo
Stories at their finest.  A solid compendium of the lives and routines of a skillful writer and  a deep thinker.
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The Age of Technology and its Impact on Education
My formal teaching experience in a secondary school started after I successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). From
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Summary and Review: The Story of the Aged Mother, a Japanese Folktale
The fear of Shinano’s despotic ruler of anything related to weak or failing health opened the hatch of abandonment to
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May Monthly Goals Report
I came up with four (4)  goals set for May but different things got in the way and those goals
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Review of Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Eat, Pray, Love was fun, engaging, and an inspiring novel. Many people who love to travel suggested the reading to me as they themselves could relate
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Understanding Levels of Human Values though Clare Grave’s Spiral Dynamics
Human Relationship is an interesting area to discuss. Every day, we have big and small interactions with people around us. They can
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5 Indisputable Reasons Bloggers Fail
Do you still remember the time you decided that you want to be a blogger? You were too eager  to
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April Monthly Goals Report
Another meaningful month passed and here we are in the month of May. But before telling my May Goals here
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Review of “The Last Leaf,” a Short Story by O. Henry
“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.”      
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5 Simple Guides for Beginners to Follow in Starting a Blog
So you do love writing and you want your voice to be heard. You have lots of ideas you wanted
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Learn Korean Greetings and Introducing a Person to Another
Here are simple conversations on Korean greetings and Korean expressions when introducing a person to another. I also included the
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March Monthly Goals Report
What’s up? March has come and go again, and we are now at the start of another month. March has
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Review of Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Of all the books that I love, “Tuesdays with Morrie” written by Mitch Albom is the number one in my list. I am so
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Lawang Sewu and Musing Moments on Doors
On our third day in Indonesia, we visited Lawang Sewu in Semarang. Lawang Sewu (Pintu Seribu) is a Javanese term, which means
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Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places
KOREAN VOCABULARY ABOUT PLACES Theater – 극장   //  Let’s go to the theater – 극장에 가요. Classroom – 교실 // Let’s
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Sing a Korean Song with Me
Korean Song                                      English Translation   당근 송                                               Of Course Song 나 보고싶니?                 
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Educational Philosophies of Great Heroes in the History of the Philippines
What if there is one thing you could change about the education that could almost instantly make it better? Honestly
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Review: The Ancient Garden by Hwang Sok-Yong
For readers who have been with us from the start of this blog, you might have already known that my
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February Monthly Goals Report
AN INDEED BUSY AND CRAZY FEBRUARY. My blog has been inactive for the whole of February. I guess some of you
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January Monthly Goals Report
To make sure that I can attain the goals I listed for 2018, I decided to break it down into
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Reflections on Unlimiting God by Richard Blackaby
Hurray! I am elated to share with you this book that I read for the month of January which was
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Study Korean Vocabulary With Me
I have started studying a Korean Language since October 2017. My main purpose for studying the language is to break the
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January 2018 Goals
To make sure that I can attain the goals I listed for 2018, I decided to break it down into
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Intentionally Designing My Amazing 2018
Celebrating milestones is similar to showing gratitude and a positive mindset for the past year. It is also the time
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A Glimpse of My Life in 2017
I would like to start my post with this quotation, which simply reminds me to be grateful most of the
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Letting Go in the Wonders of Ilocos
Truly, we will only realize the importance of someone or something once it is already out of sight. After graduating
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Borobudur Temple : The Secret Temple Unveiled
One of the famous tourist destinations  that we highly recommend to visit while in Indonesia is the Borobudur Temple which is
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Unfolding the Grandeur of Tamansari Nyayogyakarta
Picture this with me: you’ve finally did your research on the places you are going to visit.  You were amazed
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Cavite’s Pride : Tanza Oasis Hotel and Resort
In case you are thinking on how to spend your holiday in Tanza’s Oasis Hotel and Resort, I want to
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Review of “How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife,” a short story by Manuel E. Arguilla
“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.” – George Sand” Isn’t it amazing how
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Exploring Indonesia’s Ancient Prambanan Temple
The trip to Indonesia was carefully thought and planned for months. Our topmost priority was to explore the ancients and
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5 Proven Tips to Finish Your Graduate Studies
Finishing a graduate study includes a lot of life dramas and if you are at the receiving end of being
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From Monumento to NAIA III on Public Transport
I admit, I have been to many places but if someone ask me how to go to a particular destination
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10 Practical Tips that Will Make You Financially Stress Free
Let’s face it! Everyone wants to be financially stress free in life. Unfortunately, it is easier said than done. When
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How to Successfully Book Online Via Lion Air Website
The good vibes of summer vacation is now in the air. Soon, we are going to have our trip to
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Summer Get Away: Our Itinerary to the Wonderful Indonesia
“Where should we go next?” It has been the question that Steven and I always asked to one another after
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5 Reasons To Fall In Love With Blogging
Blogging has been one of my commitments since 2016 with the support of my boyfriend. Time flies. Before, I only have him as
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Review of True North by Beverly Brandt
It was my usual routine to buy for something to read once I received my monthly salary.  After I paid
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10 Easy Steps to Help You Plan Your First Trip Abroad
I believe that you are reading this post for a purpose. Perhaps, you would love to travel someday and you
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How to Spice-Up Valentine’s Day for Long Distance Couples
Long distance couples face more challenges as they cannot see and be with each other regularly as much as they want
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Summary and Review of “Footnote to Youth,” a short story by Jose Garcia Villa
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and my Facebook wall has been flooded with stuff related with my student’s
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Interesting Short Day Trip to the Historical and Luxurious Macau
Oftentimes, when a person says that Hongkong will be his destination, there would be someone who would suggest visiting Macau
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Top Ten Thrilling 2017 Goals
The year 2016 has now come to an end.  Here we are facing another year which signifies new opportunity to
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2016 Year End Review
As 2016 comes to a close, I would like to look back once more on those things it laid before
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10 Proven and Tested Tips : Bring Out the Happiness in You
Have you reflected on what emotions most of the times dominates you? Generally speaking, most people would love abundant happiness on
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5 Truths I Discovered in the World of Teaching
I love school, reading books and studying. These have been my motivations to pursue a career in education. Becoming a
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7 Fascinating Benefits of Traveling with a Partner
Never go on trips with anyone you do not love. – Ernest Hemingway Even when we were just friends, Steven
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Summary and Review of “The Bread of Salt,” a short story by N.V.M. Gonzales
As we grow older, life unfolds before us the reality of the world where we are living. It may not
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Once Upon A Time of Being a Journalist: Behind the Scenes
Being a journalist requires a lot commitment and dedication. The success on it is not going to be handed to
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Insights From Our Trip to the Giant Buddha and Wisdom Path
One of the good things about traveling is that we are acquiring insights in the long run. It contributes to
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A Relaxing Day in the Amazing Hidden Gems of Hongkong
We visited Hongkong on the first week of June. Since my boyfriend and I were both busy, we were not able
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How I started my Master’s Degree in Philippine Normal University
I was intently listening to the Resource Speaker when my classmate told me that we should get a Master’s Degree.
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Summary and Review of “The Mats,” a short story by Francisco Arcellana
I have read already the short story a few days ago but could not write my reflection about it soon.
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Summary and Review of “The Centipede,” a short story by Rony V. Diaz
Let me tell you first a story. There is a large age gap between me and my siblings. With a
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Life Lessons in Reading Paulo Coelho’s “The Alchemist”
It was when I was still a college student, that I found about the Brazilian author. Some of my classmates
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A Day Exploration of the Famous Landmarks in Singapore
Our first international trip would not be complete without visiting Singapore’s famous landmarks. Ecstatically,  we started our day with on
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Cherishing the Priceless Gift of a True Friendship
While it is true that we should not trust easily the people we meet online, some of them are great
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Exciting and Amazing Things To Do in Singapore Universal Studio
I stepped out of the airplane and I could not believe that finally, I was in Singapore. Yes, after long
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Book Challenged 2016
Reading has been what I love to do and comes with it is my interest to be a writer as
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Awesome Birds and a lot more in the Fascinating Jurong Bird Park
It will always be a fluttering day in Jurong Bird Park if you are a person who loves colorful and
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How I celebrated my birthday in extra ordinary way
Have you ever wondered to do something extraordinary on your most special day? Doing what you really want may require
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A Self-Awakening Manifestation of a Brave Heart
This is a self-awakening manifestation of a brave heart that reveals nothing is constant in this life but change. It
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Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A full-time teacher and a part-time student. She loves her simple and yet adventurous life. Roads and Pages serves as her outlet to share what she loves to do the most in her life. Those are spending time with people who matter the most, reading books, and traveling one country at a time.