Showing posts with label Spring. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Spring. Show all posts

Sunday, March 17, 2024

The Psychology of Color in Fashion: How to Use It to Your Advantage

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop called "Color Me Beautiful" with a group of people my age. The workshop was an excellent chance to learn which colors complemented our skin tones and helped us enhance our style.

The workshop was to empower us to explore our fashion sense and style by understanding which colors suited us best. We learned that some colors, like blue, pink, white, black, green, maroon, and red, could enhance our natural features and bring out our best selves. However, colors like brown could emphasize an individual's eye bags and may not be suitable for everyone.

Overall, the "Color Me Beautiful" workshop was a constructive and meaningful experience that helped us learn more about ourselves and discover which colors suited our skin tones best.

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Sunday, March 03, 2024

The Beautiful World-Class Gardens in North Georgia --- Gibbs Gardens

Gibbs Gardens is, above and beyond, a place to unwind, relax with your friends and family, colleagues, and peers, or be by yourself will do too.  You can see different flowers and plants in the Four Seasons. The ambiance is inviting. They have a shop where you can buy souvenirs if you want. They have a food center if you want to avoid bringing food. But it's also okay if you have food to cut some costs or wish to provide for yourself. 

It's better to wear comfortable shoes because there is plenty of walking in the area. You can buy tickets online, or you can also purchase them if you arrive there. For more information and the ticket's price, visit their website @

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Sunday, May 08, 2022

Insightful Words


Something To Ponder In Life

"Be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle.  
And if you really want to see what people are,  
all you have to do is look." - Auggie Pullman, Wonder Book -

"Your Deeds Are Your Monuments"

"It's not enough to be friendly. 
You have to be a friend."

"Courage. Kindness. Friendship. Character. 
These are the qualities that define us human beings, 
and propel us, on occasion, to greatness."

----- R. J. Palacio, Wonder Book -- Author ----

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Tuesday, November 17, 2020

The Rise of Plant Enthusiasts during the Pandemic


        The pandemic caused many disruptions in peoples' lives - closed businesses, canceled trips, lockdown, and many more. Yet, people are anxious to move on with their lives. As for today, let us set aside the negative impact of the pandemic on people. Instead, we will take a quick look at some of the positive outcomes.

          One of the effects of quarantine was that it brought families closer. Before the pandemic, it was hard to gather families together because of the busy schedule at work or school. However, when the door of a busy life closed, the window for rekindling family relationships opened. Another impact of lockdowns is that people focused on new hobbies. In the Philippines, along with the rise of virus cases, is the upsurge of what we call "Plantitos or Plantitas." These are people who love to collect and nurture plants.


          Having plants at home is said to be good for our mental health. It is undeniably relaxing to see different kinds of plants in and around our homes. Plants can also help keep the temperature balanced. Taking care of plants is also helpful in reducing anxiety. Most of us are anxious about our current situation as to what is going on with the world. 

          But when we are busy with plants, it becomes a great way to keep our sanity. Those who were jobless found themselves preoccupied with growing flowers, which seems suitable for their mental health. It gives them a sense of fulfillment once they see the flowers they planted in full bloom. In addition to this, being a Plantito and Plantita made them broaden their circle and gain new connections. Since a growing number of Filipinos find this hobby interesting, it became more relatable among communities. Some even found new friends by sharing their experiences in growing their plants. At the same time, others could use their new skills for "bartering" and as a source of income. Filipinos who have a lot of rare plants seem to have the highest gross income and have one of the most saleable products in the market.


        Plant enthusiasts make the world more pleasant despite the circumstances in which we have now. Growing plants has proven to effectively free us from the anxiety that this pandemic has caused.

Contributor/Article by: JC 

Edited by: NjA 
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Monday, March 20, 2017

The Spring Has Sprung

Be_On_Board! ☔🌈🌞


Baby Animals
Easter Egg Hunt
Resurrection Celebration  

Lake Picnic in the Park

Green Grass
Lawn Mower
Four Wheeler
Pretty Flowers, Trees and Leaves  

Theme Parks
Amusement Parks  

Open Windows
Cold Ice Cream
Warm Sunshine
Rain Drops and Raincoats  

Evening Walks
Motorcycle Ride
Mountain Hiking
Water Falls
Sky Diving and Zip Line
River Rafting, Kayaking and Tubing

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Precious Moments

You Can Make New Memories.
Good Memories Can Save Your Life!  - THE PUNISHER movie -

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