WELCOME TO THE OTHER SIDE OF MAE!
A personal blog for little women who are finding their place under the sun, featuring wonderful, whimsical, delightful, awe-inspiring, brilliant blog posts made with love and oh-so fantabulous experiences!
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Delve into the fascinating realm of personal growth and exploration through self-discovery tips!
Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone
Discover the transformative power of stepping beyond the familiar and embracing new challenges!
Embark on a journey of career transformation and find inspiration to pursue your true passions
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Get to know the creator behind “The Other Side of Mae” and the vision for the blog. Learn about the journey of finding one’s place under the sun and embracing life’s wonders with a touch of brilliance.
Mary Rosalie Olandesca, a lover of the arts, humanities, and social sciences, found herself entangled in the realm of applied science and engineering, a path that didn’t align with her true passions. Determined to break free from her “chemical engineer” title in the Philippines, she embarked on a brave journey to Toronto, fitting her life in only two suitcases. Despite completing her Chemical Laboratory Technician program at Seneca Polytechnic just recently, she realized that the chemical world failed to ignite her heart. A momentous realization led her to embrace her true calling as a writer, with a Creative Writing course acting as the catalyst for her long-time passion in wordsmithing. Thus emerged the extraordinary persona of Mae, the other side of her multifaceted identity. For more insights into Mae’s captivating journey, as she is no more an average small-town girl and is now making big things happen in a megacity!
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Disclaimer: The term “little women” used on this blog is intended solely as a general description and reference to a classic novel by Louisa May Alcott. It is not intended to infringe upon any copyright or trademark rights associated with the novel or any related intellectual property. The use of this term is considered fair use under copyright law, as it is used for commentary, criticism, or reference purposes. We acknowledge the importance of protecting intellectual property rights and respect the original work. Any similarities or references made to “Little Women” are for the purpose of creating an atmosphere that resonates with our readers, who are navigating their own personal journeys. We encourage our readers to explore the original work by Louisa May Alcott and support the author’s legacy.