There are so many families at the moment that are grieving the loss of a loved one. There are also a lot of people that do not like the holidays because it reminds them of loved ones that are no longer here, at this time of the year when families get together to celebrate. Dealing with grief is not something that you get over one day; it’s a void that you live with for the rest of your life, but it gets easier with time. My prayer is that one of these may help you deal with your grief one way or the other during this holiday season.
Every one of use will go through difficult times in our life at one point or another but how we deal with life’s storms is entirely upto us. In this post, I share my top five tips for surviving difficult times. I hope they will be as impactful in your life as they have been to me when you put them into practice.
At 19 weeks pregnant, my water broke! The doctors told us the babies would not make it and there was no other choice but to terminate. There was no way we were going to terminate the precious gifts that God had given us so with unwavering faith, we believed that God would sustain them and keep them inside as long as possible. Zoe and Zaria are a daily reminder of grace and the goodness of God!
It's been exactly a year and 7 months since my last post...I KNOW! What happened to Maliny Collections is the question I've been asked over and over again. The short answer to that question - A LOT happened!
There are a lot of tourist attractions in Thailand that mostly involve water sports. A lot of tour guides offer half day trips to different islands inclusive of lunch or dinner. On this trip, we visited different islands with beautiful views, unique features, and clear turquiose water perfect for snorkelling.
When you hear the word Thailand, it conjures up an image of perfectly pristine white sand beaches, sea mountains perfectly posing in the water, bright colored longtail boats, and let’s not forget about the Thai food! Krabi is in Southern Thailand along the coast of the Andaman Sea. It is an ideal location for anyone looking for a more relaxed vacation away from hustle and bustle of the city – it is also less crowded in comparison to the more popular Phuket Island and boasts of many white sand beaches, hot springs, coral reefs, caves and waterfalls.
The Hanging Gardens of Bali is located right in the middle of the jungle and boasts 44 secluded villas, each with its own private pool. The resort is famously known for having the world’s best infinity pool - a two tiered pool that is lit with hundreds of candles in the night time for a truly romantic dinner for the resort guests.
One thing I loved about Bali is its rich culture and the different types of attractions it has to offer. In this travel series, I cover all the places that you must see in Bali from waterfalls, volcanoes, coffee plantations to temples.
Maybe it's the inviting sound of Balinese music constantly playing in my ears, or the warm smiles of the Balinese people dressed in vibrant attires. Maybe it's the moon that hangs low over the palm trees or the sound of the river gently flowing in the rainforest. Bali is heaven on earth.
This post is a continuation of my Singapore Travel Diary. If you missed the first post where I share tips on finding the best hotel for you, you can check it out here.We were only in Singapore for a few days, so if you plan on visiting and are pressed for time, make sure to check out these tourist places - Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay, Orchard Road, Little India, and Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Singapore is a modern, cleaner version of New York City and serves as the financial hub of Asia. The bustling city draws millions in visitors each year. Last year, I was one of the lucky ones to brace this beautiful city for a few days. It’s a perfect mesh of the different Asian cultures. Check out this travel guide and my top tips for choosing the right hotel for you!