Anna Sibal-Gonzaga

Author's details

Name: Anna Sibal-Gonzaga
Date registered: May 3, 2012


Anna Sibal-Gonzaga is a freelance writer based in the Philippines. She likes reading books and watching movies and TV shows in the sci-fi, fantasy and historical genres. She is also a casual gamer and an all-around nerd.

Latest posts

  1. On My Own — April 2, 2016
  2. About a Boy — January 22, 2016
  3. Andrei and Adeline — September 20, 2015
  4. Discovering Doctor Who [Spoiler Alert] — March 10, 2015
  5. Playing Peek-A-Boo with Mount Mayon — February 7, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Why Do You Want to Work as a Freelance Writer? — 5 comments
  2. Reads for the Week – The “Death” of Blogging and the Business of Freelance Writing — 4 comments
  3. On My Own — 2 comments
  4. How to Succeed with Outsourcing – From the Perspective of a Filipino Outsourced Freelancer — 2 comments
  5. Girl Gamers – You Don’t See Us, but We’re There — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

2014: The Best Year of My Life Yet

Early last year, I said 2014 is the worst year of my life yet. Those words were said out of despair – I was going through some financial challenges at the time, and an eight-year relationship just came to a sudden, unexpected end.

As the months went by, I realized …

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15 Types of Clients and How to Handle Them Properly

I found this awesome infographic posted on my Facebook feed. It’s from Jami Oetting at The Agency Post.

We freelancers have to adopt the adage “The client is always right” all the time. Being clear on expectations (and …

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Nostalgia and Sailor Moon Crystal [Episode 1 Spoiler Alert]

I got pretty hyped when I heard last year that Toei Animation was going to reboot Sailor Moon to celebrate the anime’s 20th anniversary. Sailor Moon is, hands down, one of my favorite anime/manga series of all time. …

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Life Goes On

A week ago, I observed my 36th birthday. I use the word “observed” because that’s exactly what I did and that’s exactly what I wanted to do. I didn’t feel like celebrating. That day capped what might be the worst year in my life yet.

A couple …

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I’m Still Alive, or Dealing with Disappointment

Like any millennial, the first thing I do upon waking up is to log on to the Internet to check my emails and my Facebook feed. One particular morning, I chanced upon John Maxwell’s status update, wherein he shared a quote from …

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