What if we include “Outdoor Ethics” in the Curriculum?

BMC has waged war amongst outdoorsmen. While the sole purpose of this outdoor course is to establish standardized dos and don’ts guidelines, there are some who find this unnecessary… and expensive. Debates highlight more on the qualified personnel to give the lecture-workshop and the process of assessment to ensure that learning did take place. For … More What if we include “Outdoor Ethics” in the Curriculum?

Of sunsets and sunflowers: You are more than allowed to be Happy

There are days when everything seemed to perfectly fit the puzzle– waking up on the right side of the bed, arriving on time at work, greetings from boss, and everything working smoothly. I know, for someone who’s cramped with all the deadlines, this sounds absurd; but I guess there are just days when life, for … More Of sunsets and sunflowers: You are more than allowed to be Happy

The Attribution Theory: Who’s to Blame?

Traveling taught me not to wholeheartedly trust weather updates and Google Map. Needless to say, in various occasions, they failed me. So I began to become more observant with the skies and practiced estimating distance over time with due consideration to individual pacing. Yes, traveling has taught me how to apply some of the sciences … More The Attribution Theory: Who’s to Blame?

Mt. Hibok-hibok: Why you should be Grateful despite the Heartbreak

As of this writing, my heart is breaking into pieces: for the second time around… I was rejected. Just when everything’s perfectly laid, the universe decided to twist this ill-fated story. Why can’t March be a good month for me? What have I done to the God of War to declare such outrage against me? … More Mt. Hibok-hibok: Why you should be Grateful despite the Heartbreak