My friend is a bride-to-be and in a week's time she's going to say 'I do'! So last Sunday, me and some of my friends planned a bridal shower for her. We did nothing wild, it was just a simple lunch where we decorated the table with balloons and stuff.
It's amazing to know people who live with HIV and still are the same person, full of spirit. Not only to live their life, but also to make a difference about HIV/AIDS.
Sean Strub, an activist and author, has been diagnosed with HIV 30 years ago. His life changed since then, but ever since he’s been making a major impact in the fight for justice for people with HIV.
I bet most of us think a lot about our lives and everything, but has it ever crossed your mind that our thoughts are just merely our thoughts?
Ever heard about "The past makes you who you are"? Well, I totally agree with that. Because something that has happened in the past somehow affects someone's personality, behaviour and attitude. And that includes things that we've done to somebody else. We could change someone's life by the things we've done, we're doing or we'll do. As a kid, those things never occurred to me.
Today was unique for me, I don't know why but it was. Do you agree with the saying 'Every story has two different perspectives and that's why we need to hear both stories'? I do.
For the past 2 weeks, I've been busy with work (I got a job!). I left the house in the morning and frequently got home late at night. Both of my parents are working as well and we rarely have the same schedule arriving at home. When I'm home early, they get home late and vice versa. Moreover, they went on business trips a lot. So lately I don't have much quality time with my parents.
I'd like to ask all the girls out there: have you ever felt lonely and sometimes even worthless? Let me tell you, don't ever feel worthless.
A few days ago, one of my kittens died. Her name was Ichi and she was the only girl out of 6 kittens. In the beginning I was afraid that one of the kittens would die, but now that they're a few weeks old and active, those fears dissappeared day by day.
Has it ever occurred to you that your body needs extra work? Well actually doing some sports can reduce sad feelings for a person, according to a study from the UK.
I visited someone at hospital last Saturday, he got a serious heart injury and today he had his operation. It went well, actually.
Enter our territory and follow the days of the lives of the protagonists of our project. On this page they will tell you everything about their work with Bali Against Aids. This blog will be their online diary: an opportunity for them to share their experiences and to give you a sneak peak into their life.
Enjoy the ride!