It was an afternoon of tea and treats at the Lobby Lounge of Bai Hotel. The moment I got the e-invite, I thought, maybe this is the best time Seldom do I find time to attend their invites since I am at work. I admit, I needed to take some break from the daily grind and the weekly hustle. It was never easy working on the corporate industry, let alone in the medical field. As a Registered Nurse myself, I know how emotionally and mentally draining it is. Walking inside the lobby of Bai Hotel made me calm and focused.
Lately, I have been subjected to undue stress from friends, family, career and life in general. It had me shaken to the core and left me, for a time, lifeless. Life has been a series of unfortunate events that need to be adapted well. Coping is not enough. I had been depressed ever since I had been out of the island life, though I am still located technically in an island. I had been in a whirlwind of events that somehow contributed to low self esteem and low morale. I was close to seriously calling it quits when I chanced
Cebu City, Philippines — Cebu, located in the center of the Visayas Region and regarded as the Queen City of the South, became the locale for the ongoing 4th Asia Pacific Coral Reef Symposium with the theme, Coral Reefs of the Asia-Pacific: Working Together Amidst Contemporary Challenges at the Marco Polo Plaza Cebu starting June 04 until June 08, 2018. The University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UP MSI) together with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) hosted the 4th Asia Pacific Coral Reef Symposium. First organized by the Asia Pacific Coral Reef Society in 2006, the