Embracing the Creative Lifestyle

There was a moment in my life as a student that I think is quite pivotal in my decision to embark on a creative work environment. I was a third year Nursing student then, assigned to work from 3pm to 11pm on the fourth floor of St. Paul’s Hospital. Vividly, I could...

Hidden Insecurities

One of the first paintings I did featured a profile of a woman holding onto a three-tiered clay pot stack. It is the worst piece in every possible way you put it. From that experience, I vowed never to focus on faces again since I thought it was impossible for me to...
Intentional Living

Intentional Living

Time changed me. The very means of living made a drastic change in me. How I see life and live life is different from the way that I have perceived it to be a decade ago. This, the things that I do, the activities that I engage myself in, at this very moment, are...
Yellow Swan

Yellow Swan

My childhood was different from the rest of my peers. I only realized that when I was in 3rd grade after I answered a question about pottery in Social Studies class like it was a normal thing. The teacher was discussing about the ancient earthen jars excavated from a...
Random Shitty Brain Farts

Random Shitty Brain Farts

There’s always that line of thought that bothers me every time it comes across my head. Thoughts that somehow bury in deep into my core and make me close my eyes, think about it too much, and correlate it to the world – and that world I am referring to are...
The Blank Page Syndrome

The Blank Page Syndrome

It took me eight attempts to write a decent sentence to start this paragraph out. During those attempts, I had so many things considered in a fraction of a second while simultaneously typing and then hitting the backspace button. My brain is exploding with voices and...