Art

One for the Books: Reads for Creatives

(& non-creatives) Sharing a list of non-fiction reads for motivation and inspiration because I’m also in dire need of some rn. Most of which, I’ve read before and unearthed again recently. A lot of these are my actual faves that I skim through in the early mornings or late at night. I divided them into […]

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Art, Life

Art + Life Lately: January

January was a month of plot twists (like calm yo’self 2018, it’s the first month) As per usual, I haven’t updated online much, but my offline life has been rolling (sometimes stumbling, most times me laughing-crying-hanging in mid-air) I practically started my year on the 2nd week. The first week was a free trial. And […]

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Life

2017 Year in Review: Discovery

I keep on contemplating whether I’ll be posting this Year in Review as it’s been sitting in my drafts (along with several other posts, sorry) for some days now. It might be hefty and a little too close to home, but I want to end 2017 on a good note, leave all the drama that […]

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Art, Life

Art + Life Lately (pre-ber 2017)

“Art has been my life lately and I wouldn’t have it any other way.” Just like how I start several blog posts, say hello to me saying sorry for being MIA, lol. I’ve been off the grid for a while and that usually means one of two things: a) am on a slump and cri […]

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#WRULou, Art, Travel

My Taiwan Travel Journal + Tips on Journaling

I have been keeping a journal since my elementary days (remember old diaries and writing about your crush?) But I have to admit that I am not a consistent person. I have tons of journals halfway (or even way way less) filled that are now stacked in bookshelves. Despite so, I continue to keep on […]

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#WRULou, Art, Travel

Taiwan Travel Guide & 5-Day Itinerary

My last trip was done on impulse: the product of a seat sale, boredom, and some guts. I was supposed to go to Taiwan with some friends on November but couldn’t find a cheap enough flight ticket for a very cheapipay person like me. I refuse to pay Php5000 (~US$100) because I know that enough […]

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