Tomorrow, Today

How would I know what tomorrow will bring? Isn't that the exact formula for inducing anxiety? Okay, I was listening to this song by JJ Project called Tomorrow, Today and I just suddenly felt like writing. So, please allow me to do some brain dumping today. Hee. It's been a while. Somebody let me know,… Continue reading Tomorrow, Today

What Made My Month (October 2019)

Two months to go ladies and gentlemen and we will be welcoming 2020 already. Darn! I am currently writing this while seated in our balcony and while watching the sky change colors. I am also listening to Chantey by AKMU and I suddenly feel this urge to go to the sea. And maybe drown myself.… Continue reading What Made My Month (October 2019)

Collection of Unfinished Thoughts

I was trying to clean up this blog (I deleted some posts and privated??? some as well) and then I noticed that I still have tons of unfinished posts left on my drafts. I can't finish them now anyway and I don't know what to do with them so I just decided to delete most… Continue reading Collection of Unfinished Thoughts

What Made My Month (September 2019)

Another late post. I have to say though that September was waaaaay better than the past few months. I didn't have panic attacks and my brain was clearer. The only major downside was I got the flu so I was forced to rest for a few days and my commission works had to be delayed… Continue reading What Made My Month (September 2019)

Semi-Quitting Social Media (and Blogging)

Hello! I have decided to finally quit using my personal accounts on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter a few weeks ago. Honestly, I want to COMPLETELY quit using Facebook and Instagram but I eventually decided against it because of my art accounts. They are not exactly doing well but I thought that I should just stick… Continue reading Semi-Quitting Social Media (and Blogging)

Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Author: Heather Morris Genre: Historical Fiction Rating: ★★☆☆☆ (2.5 out of 5 stars) This is a historical fiction based on a true story of love and survival of Lale and Gita Sokolov. Lale, using his ability to speak multiple languages, was able to secure a job as a Tätowierer or tattooist in a prison camp… Continue reading Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz

What Made My Month (August 2019)

Soooooo. Wow! I genuinely forgot to write about this. Haha. August was weird. It wasn't so bad but it wasn't really good either. Pretty meh but it's quite better than the other months, I must say. Still no social life though. I'm slowly becoming a real hermit. I haven't gone out with my friends or… Continue reading What Made My Month (August 2019)