Evaluate and Adjust… 2

안녕하세요, family and friends. Today I’m going to dive in on my Evaluate and Adjust… 2

For my avid blog readers, I would like to thank you all. Thank you for your continued support in viewing, liking and commenting on my posts… even when I haven’t posted any new content or have promoted any of my blogs.


But now I’m back and thinking of changing up a few things. I mean, that is what Evaluate and Adjust is? Right? Before we get into the nitty-gritty changes though I want to explain myself because I want to.

Half-way through August, a new school year started for me. This meant that I was having to figure out a new type of schedule for myself. At the same time, I was also a contractor of sorts for my Aunts. So, I was busy in my real life and I wasn’t able to focus at all on my writing. I stopped reading the Bible as well. I know what you’re thinking, we don’t have to say it.

Anyway, so I was able to sit down and get my thoughts together yesterday. Sunday, 6th of September. Right after attending online mass with Father Orbos on YouTube, I had the urge to actually figure out what I want to do.

Then, Monday came about and the next few months.

Now, it’s December 20th and I’m just getting back to writing (or typing). Personally, it was hard to juggle Uni work and blogging as my course took a big chunk of my time and my brain. It was hard to think of what to write or make words string together without sounding too obtuse. At the same time, I lost my motivation and discipline for a good couple of months.

It’s been nearly 4 weeks since I began getting my stuff together again, hoping it will continue on until 2021 and the years after that. This year hasn’t been easy at all, it could easily be the hardest year I’ve ever had to endure and surely I’m not the only one.

2020 is coming to an end now. 2 days until Christmas and 9 days until New Year! Let’s prepare to grit our teeth for 2021 because no one really knows what will happen. Still, making plans can give us something good to look forward to.

So, here’s mine.

Let’s Evaluate and Adjust… part 2

  • I won’t be posting my turtle of the month post anymore though, I won’t take off the ones I’ve already done. Maybe, sometime in the future I’ll get a lot more time in my hands to do some research and I’d want to get back to it. We never know.

“Health is not merely the absence of disease but rather as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being.”

WHO, 1947
Physical Health –> Physical Well-Being

It’s all about my own physical well-being and what I’ve done or currently doing that could also be beneficial to you. Exercise, sleep, diet, general physiological conditions, and anything else that will fall in the category of physical fitness.

Mental Health –> Mental Well-Being

All about my own mental well-being, which could touch on different perspectives on dealing with anxiety, depression, and stress. Three mental disorders I tend to not entertain.

Intellectual Health –> Social Well-Being

Anything under the sun and will probably have the most random posts.

  • My devotional posts will not be daily anymore. Once a week is my goal, every Sunday and it will be following the verse or the reading for that day. This is unlike what I tried to do before where I wrote about whole chapters.
  • Post schedules for the Life Lessons will be at least once a month maybe twice if I’m feeling quite chatty. It’s a huge jump compared to what I used to do but busy times call for realistic measures.

I would really like to incorporate contents that are very much in line with my course or the profession I want to get into so I’ll figure out how I can do that. Somehow, I also want to post contents on readings from devotionals I do on the Bible App. So, I’ll figure that out too.

I know there’s quite a lot of stuff in there but I would like to remind of myself of this verse:

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me


I will be starting this new regime from the 27th of December. My first Sunday Devotional. Until then, I will be working on the changes for my blog.

To say thank you to my readers for taking the time to read. Keep safe and keep praying.

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