- Kylie Verzosa has recently stirred buzz on social media with her latest post on Instagram
- In her online post, the former beauty queen spread some good and positive vibes with her “Gentle Reminder for 2021”
- Among the gentle reminders she posted was about preparing for the new year and for better days ahead
- She also reminded everyone that an “abundance of good days is on the horizon”
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Kylie Verzosa has earned praises on social media after she uploaded her “Gentle Reminder for 2021” about mental health on her Instagram account.
On Sunday, November 14, KAMI learned that the former beauty queen shared that while this year has been tough, there are still a few reminders for 2021.
Among the reminders Kylie shared, she told people that with the few remaining months of 2021, one should still prepare for the coming year ahead.
Kylie Padilla, usap-usapan dahil sa post tungkol sa past mistakes: “You are responsible for your life”
“Give yourself permission to release all attachments to bitterness, sadness, anguish, and misery. It’s not too late to start healing from the things that are weighing you down.”
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One reminder also stated about leaving room for “miracles and breakthroughs to happen.”
“An abundance of good days is on the horizon. You haven’t even lived to see the most incredible days of your life yet. Be patient with yourself.”
Despite the current situation of the world with the pandemic, tons of netizens praised Kylie for spreading good and positive vibes on social media.
Read her full post below and swipe left to see more photos:
Kylie Fausto Verzosa is a beauty pageant titleholder, actress, and model from the Philippines. She represented her country in the beauty pageant Miss International 2016 where she became the sixth Filipina to win the Miss International crown.
As reported earlier by KAMI, Kylie Versoza expressed her willingness to help create a good film even if the country is in the midst of a pandemic. The actress said she is not used to doing nothing even if there are health risks involved. She clarified, however, that this does not mean she would not abide by safety protocols because, for her, health is still paramount.
Meanwhile, Kylie Verzosa just dropped a fresh new vlog on her YouTube channel titled "How To: Walk like a Beauty Queen." The video featured Ian Mendajar, a runway coach from beauty camp Aces and Queens where a lot of pageant contestants learn how to walk and carry themselves.