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An English Inspirational Journal is currently going through some changes here and there making it more readable, lean, and organized. It’s a work in progress, as it has always been. But do feel free to browse and hope to hear from you soon my dear readers!

— TeacherMarich

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Setting a Goal

Inspiring quote for the day:

Set a goal so big that you can’t achieve it until you grow into the person who can.”

— Unknown

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Dealing with Rudeness

Sometimes, we find ourselves dealing with or being in the company of unpleasant people, and it takes some effort to keep our composure. So here in this post, I’d like to share how you can deal with obnoxious people, such as those being rude.

Rudeness is all around. I will mention here at least two general kinds of rudeness.

First, you have those nasty behavior displayed in public, often one you get from total strangers.
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Flowers

“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.” — Buddha

The above photos are among my random practice shots using manual settings on my simple phone camera, practicing the various tips I’ve been learning from WP’ The Daily Post. In these photos, I experimented with different light and exposure compensation settings. I also tried to come up with the so-called “studio look.” Just here enjoying the process of learning as I trek a different creative path…

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4 Big Lessons I Learned as an English Language Teacher

These days, I seldom teach. My days as an English language teacher may not be as active as it used to be. This is so because I’ve moved on to other pursuits, like writing and photography. Yet, I have gained much insight about language teaching, and in this post, I share my 4 important lessons as an English language teacher.

As I reflect on my more than a decade in the field, I’m glad for these precious lessons which any aspiring English (or any) language teacher can also benefit much from. Continue reading “4 Big Lessons I Learned as an English Language Teacher”

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Daybreak Haiku 2

day’s first glimmer of light

after its long hiatus ~~

the city percolates

 

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Daybreak Haiku

eastern sky

day’s first glow —

a city percolates

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On Reinventing Oneself

“If you are not where you want to be, do not quit; instead reinvent yourself and change your habits.” — Eric Thomas

The topic of reinventing oneself came casually over me – as I went through some previous posts of mine and read my revised “About My Blog” page here. I had thought of just giving up this blog, for it had outgrown its initial purpose.

But time and time again, I would back off and do a little bit of tweaking here and there, just to keep it going even if I have not been able to capture a loyal following. And to see how far it can go, learning to see in what ways my blog can inspire or uplift or share something valuable to readers — beyond merely serving as my personal creative platform. Continue reading “On Reinventing Oneself”

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Homing Pigeons

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Flowers in a Cup

 

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