Donating my hair is something I've wanted to do for the longest time. Back in high school, my best friend and I talked about growing out our hair so we could donate it to those in need. I'm glad I can finally check that off my bucket list! I wrote this blog post to address the why's, how's, where's and questions people would ask when it comes to donating hair. At the same time, I want to encourage more people to donate their hair.
Learn a few insider tips if you're planning to visit Hong Kong + big news for burger fans!
As an advocate, some of the goals are to help spread the word, educate others and inspire them to take action. This may seem like a daunting task, but technology has provided us plenty of tools to make this possible. Within the reach of your fingertips are endless possibilities. Through social media sites and blogging platforms, you can become a voice, an instrument, in raising awareness and creating change.
Read about Klariz’s experiences as she writes about hope and compassion for the Filipino people.
Living in the Philippines, passing along self-built houses made from wood with commercialized tarpaulins plastered across their walls and roofs, tangled electric wires dangerously dangling around them, and wet clothes hanging by their windows on an everyday basis is already considered a normal view.
Admittedly, I never gave them much thought until I got the chance to walk through their streets myself and meet the wonderful residents face to face.
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They're all so fur-reaking cute.
PSA: I'm also sharing a BUY 3 TAKE 1 promo on soft cases, huge savings on and enamel pins!
As the song goes, "This is the greatest show."
WARNING: This post may contain way too many gifs because the writer is struggling to find the right words to describe how beautiful it is.
As 2017 comes to an end, our bodies are bursting with anxiety from the pressure of leaving 2017 in the way we imagined it would have been at the beginning. Christmas music starts playing at every cafe we walk into and no longer does it bring joy, but becomes the sound of a ticking clock, … Continue reading 2017: A Year of Endings and Beginnings
you left / and i wanted you still / yet i deserved someone / who was willing to stay
Ahhh---I'm so happy that Filipino indie films are getting all the love and popularity they deserve! With Kita Kita now the highest grossing independently produced movie in the country, much attention is being given to other Filipino indie films as well. Among the 12 highly curated local films set to be take over theaters nationwide (from August … Continue reading Movie Review [SPOILER FREE-ish]: 5 Things I Learned From 100 Tula Para kay Stella:
From your choice of course to choice of snacks for the exam, I'm here to share with you everything you need to know to prepare for the most important exam of your high school life.
"Leaving high school is like finishing a really good book. You feel both happy and sad at the same time."