Category Archives: Contest

My Diary Contest 2016 Winner, Ms. Madz de Leon

It is my birthday today and I would like to thank all the bloggers who participated in My Diary Contest 2016. You all have interesting submissions, congratulations!

Entry No. 1 for My Diary Contest 2016

My Diary Contest 2016 Entry No. 1

It has been a few months passed since My Diary Contest 2016 Making Things Possible was announced here on Diary ni Gracia. I would like to extend my thankfulness to everyone who participated and submitted their entries via email.

Red letter day for DNG

  I see red…there’s fire everywhere…but on a positive note. Maniniyot Kuwait (MK) recently held its theme red photography contest. Out of more than a hundred entries, these are my 10 top choices.

DNG is Bloggys 2015 Nominee

  Philippine Blogging Awards –Bloggys 2015 is a blog awarding event wherein Filipino bloggers are recognized thru their different niches and focus.  I received an email that Diary ni Gracia is nominated for Bloggys 2015 for “People’s Choice”. My niche is OFW advocacy and even if Diary ni Gracia is a personal journal of an OFW…

Stars on 40 Singing Contest for A Cause

“Stars on 40s” Singing Contest for a Cause ” organized by TBIK (The Bicolanos in Kuwait) and FAMA (Filipino Association for Music and Arts) headed by  TBIK Pres. Jun Bellen  and FAMA  Chairman Noel Silva  as to entertain the Filipino community after the success of Aegis Concert which both groups have organized.

Fil Com Lakambini 2015 Kuwait

Looking back, I always admired candidates at beauty pageants and the pageant itself. It must be nerve wracking to participate and compete with each lady on stage. You must look , feel and project your best to the audience.

Vigan is a Wonder City!

  The city of Vigan in Ilocos Sur, Philippines makes it to the New 7 Wonder Cities of the World. Its well-preserved Calle Crisologo boasts of surviving Spanish colonial aura with stately homes, tiled roof mansions with capiz shell windows, cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages called “calesa”. Calle Crisologo is also closed to traffic.

Reminiscing the Past

Reminiscing the Past October is always a very special month for me. First, it is my birth month and second, my journey as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW), a blogger whose chosen advocacy is service to fellow Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) became more meaningful.

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