I haven’t been here for quite some time, but somehow the blog is still alive! I’m amazed! Just some updates to get the ball rolling: I have moved my blog to marcellapurnama.com and so far, it’s been great! I have a lot of freedom to choose my the design of my blog and do the …
It’s been two weeks since I officially moved to my new website! If you have not yet taken a look, here are some of the story updates!
“This short film is dedicated to the amazing women in our lives whom we call mom. This Mother’s Day, we want to remind you of the countless sacrifices she made for you.”
Finally, I have launched my Facebook page! Waiting for you to show your love! :)
Having a love withdrawal syndrome? These 60 sweet love stories would definitely make you smile!
After surviving another long and hard semester in uni, here’s my reflection on what I have learned so far.
Having finished my three-month internship at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, here’s my reflection on what I’ve learned so far.
Single Woman? You need to settle with the right guy, at the right time.
Got some hiccups with university timetabling? I’ve been there, done that.
“I was primarily focused on absorbing as much information as I could and getting better at the things that I thought were going to ‘get me ahead in life’. But, I didn’t realize that I was also supposed to be focusing on seeing the bigger picture and learning from all the lessons that came my way.”
A fellow blogger thought that I deserved a Creative Chaos Award. Bliss.
A desperate student’s prayer for tomorrow’s statistics exam.
You wouldn’t believe what I’ve done today. Being unable to sleep for three straight days, I woke up at around 10am in the morning, made hot chocolate milk, had my breakfast, read the Bible, and listened to a podcast by Michael Hyatt about building your platform. It was awesome. One hour later, I washed the …
Life is full of surprises and adventures, but sometimes it’s the seemingly ordinary moments that make life special. Watch short film Picture Perfect to remind you why life’s worth living.
The clergyman was finishing the graveside service. Suddenly, the 78-year-old man whose wife of 50 years had just died began screaming in a thick accent, “Oh, oh, oh, how I loved her!”
A couple of weeks ago Kayi and Zara, as well as their lovely mother, Phillipa, nominated my blog for “One Lovely Blog Award”. It’s truly an amazing feeling to be receiving this award, so thank you so much, Phillipa, Kayi, and Zara!
Using one of my favourite songs ever, creative ideas, and touching words, I definitely have to include this video as my top proposal videos list.
For years, we’ve been reading tea leaves. Now a new book predicts your personality based on how you like your coffee.
Have you ever wondered why yawning is contagious? Find out now!
The wise words of one of the most respected journalists in Australia.