262 – On Eating Out In The New Normal

The Covid-19 pandemic has definitely shaken up how we live and work today with remote work arrangements, cashless payment methods, online shopping portals, and food delivery apps becoming part of the new normal. Governments worldwide have been exhorting people to stay home and step out only when absolutely necessary to avoid the spread of the … Continue reading 262 – On Eating Out In The New Normal

220 – On Going My Own Way

(AUTHOR'S NOTE: This follows my earlier blog post published back in February 2014 - On Being And Living Single. I encourage you to read this one in its entirety, instead of simply browsing and leaving a general comment.) One must not sulk too much after a breakup. And this is exactly what I did when … Continue reading 220 – On Going My Own Way

172 – On Mad Men And The Madder Scramble (Reflections On Four Years, Part 2)

Here's the second part of my reflections about blogging. Read on! I remember complaining about the lack of engagement in this blog around this same time last year. However, everything became clear to me now: there are a few solid reasons why marketing companies, public relations outfits, and advertising agencies stay away from this blog. … Continue reading 172 – On Mad Men And The Madder Scramble (Reflections On Four Years, Part 2)

171 – On Bots And Thots On The Gram (Reflections On Four Years, Part 1)

And just like that, time flies fast. I haven't noticed it at all – it has been four years since I started The Monching's Guide. I've encountered a few problems this year such as the loss of a smartphone and laptop, but it was offset with new opportunities like traveling overseas. A lot of things … Continue reading 171 – On Bots And Thots On The Gram (Reflections On Four Years, Part 1)