Last week, I received some terrific news: Daniel Huf ( ‘Dead’ Man Found Alive – An Update on Daniel Huf ) has been released from hospital. The news even made it all the way to my local paper The Borneo Post: Article From The Borneo Post For more details, this is the media release by Royal
Yesterday, I looked through my old photos and found an old piece of writing: It reads: There’s a specific place to be at every moment in time. A time to celebrate, a time to grief, a time to love, and…a time to breathe. As you look out into the great wide expanse which is your future,
If you have good skin, don’t take it for granted. And if you don’t, well, just keep fighting. Fortunately (or unfortunately), you are not alone when it comes to adult acne. My acne woes began 6 years ago. I never ever dreamt that it would be one of the toughest battles of my adult life.
By now, everyone has probably heard about Daniel Huf- the man who was declared ‘dead’ but was later found to be alive. The story has spread like wildfire all across the world thanks to the shock value of the headline. A gorgeous photo of Daniel courtesy of the Huf family The media interest in the
This week, a interesting news headline caught my eye: Man Given Up For Dead Found Alive. I thought it was an appropriate story to share since it’s Easter- a time where we celebrate Jesus dying and rising again! Source: Herald Sun On April 1, 30-year-old Daniel Huf crashed his Porsche which flipped, trapping him inside.
In this world, there exists a lot of negativity about marriage. Well, as a married woman, I’d like to tell all my unmarried friends that life certainly doesn’t go downhill after you say “I do”. I’m not saying everyone is the same, but I just want to be clear that marriage can and is meant
What defines success? Everyone has a different definition. MOST of us would define success as getting good grades, getting into Uni, scoring a high flying job and earning so much money you could swim in it. Up until recently, I was on of those people who thought the end goal was to be “financially free”.