50,000 followers. Current feeling: BEYOND HAPPY. I seriously feel like hugging everyone in the world right now. I LOVE YOU GUYS. AND I OWE YOU A LOT.
Hi I am Colleen Vidal. And I am diagnosed with Scoliosis. And you know what? I am grateful for this. This is indeed a Blessing in disguise. My condition led me to realizing things that made my life more meaningful and happier.
There’s something I really love about our generation. It’s our ability to discover, to explore, to learn the best way possible. We feel and we believe that absolutely anything is possible. That no matter how big our dream is, it would never be bigger than our ability to reach it. That we have the capability to do whatever we want, BE WHOEVER WE WANT, as if the world is ours for the taking.
150 shades darker- but HAPPIER.
Psalm 104:24 – How many are your works, Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.
Psalm 65:8 – The whole earth is filled with awe at your wonders; where morning dawns and evening fades, you call forth songs of joy.
*long post ahead*
Yes I know, Sinulog Festival is the bomb. The happy people, the festive dance performances, the lit parties, what more can I ask for for my first Sinulog Festival? This experience is surely a memorable one! Why? Read on!
As a frequent traveler and blogger, staying connected on the internet is a daily essential in my life. It’s a responsibility for me to keep up to date with our social media and blog posts. And not just that, I also have to stay connected to access helpful information (e.g. google maps, translator, weather forecast, etc.) on the internet, to constantly communicate with my friends/ family, to check the status of what’s going on in the online world, and etc.
But the question is: How do I manage to stay connected while traveling?