The positive effect of burnout on Alden

/ 12:50 AM September 08, 2018

Alden Richards

With “Victor Magtanggol,” “Eat Bulaga!” and his upcoming solo concert “Adrenaline Rush” currently on his plate, Alden Richards said he tried to make the most out of the little time he had for himself.

“Lately, my personal time has been very limited. I’m all-work these days. And at times, you can’t help but feel physical exhaustion,” the GMA 7 star told reporters at a recent press conference.


Simple things

“So I try to take pleasure in simple things in life,” he added. “Makatulog lang ako ng eight hours, masaya na ’ko the next day.”

But Alden is not complaining.

“I’m up for the challenge—to balance every single one of my commitments,” he said.

“When I think [I’m getting burned out], it just motivates me to get better.”—ALLAN POLICARPIO

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