Art Attack: Century City presents a Century of Art

They often times say that Filipinos view art as something intended only for the rich. To me, this is unfortunate as I believe that art is something that everyone should have a chance to enjoy. That’s why I find the street art in BGC cool, because it brings art closer to the younger generation andContinue reading “Art Attack: Century City presents a Century of Art”

#TypeKita: A collective effort for creative souls

  As someone who recently rediscovered her creative streak as a means to combat stress, I a more than glad to lend support for initiatives that’s all about the arts.  One of the events i am most looking forward to is the Type Kita Exhibit happening on December 12 and 13 at the former BoschContinue reading “#TypeKita: A collective effort for creative souls”

Lighten up your home with creative modular lamps

One of the most cost-efficient and creative way to decorate your home is to pick a good lamp that compliments your interiors. A carefully thought-of lamp, placed on the most strategic places is guaranteed to be a conversation piece and will definitely add much-needed light and vigor to your home. When decorating with lamps, makeContinue reading “Lighten up your home with creative modular lamps”

Markers, pens & watercolor

Reviving my interest in hand-lettering and calligraphy is one of the best things I’ve done. While it does take time away from my writing and blogging, I found that I am more relaxed and happy when playing with my pens and practicing hand letterings. I’ve devoted my Saturday night as hand-lettering days. I am stillContinue reading “Markers, pens & watercolor”

Hand lettering practice sessions – 16 August 2015

Today is a good day – I managed to get an early start from my very long list of to do’s at work. I finished two reports and checked my work emails. After laboring on work related matters for almost the rest of the day, I managed to squeeze in some practice sessions for handContinue reading “Hand lettering practice sessions – 16 August 2015”

Because the pen will always be mightier than the sword 

  Days like these when my 8 to 5 have been slowly killing me from the inside, I have come to find refuge by going back to the things I love when I was still in Kinder – arts and crafts.  My hoarding of Pens is now on its all-time high, with me not beingContinue reading “Because the pen will always be mightier than the sword “

Battling away stress with Calligraphy and Adult coloring books 

For the past two weeks, I have decided to adapt a more positive vibe on how I approach stress. Before I used to be so antagonistic and negative whenever I am thrust in a stressful situation.  Realizing that the negativity is affecting no one but myself, I have decided to take a different approach. OfContinue reading “Battling away stress with Calligraphy and Adult coloring books “

Adult coloring books: still no need to color within the lines 

   The latest thing to hit the young, urban creative-types is the proliferation of adult coloring books. It’s similar to the coloring books of our elementary days — except that this one has more complicated patterns and are much more expensive than the usual Barbie or Disney coloring book.  Said to relieve stress and helpContinue reading “Adult coloring books: still no need to color within the lines “


I was just informed by our office’s HR Assistant that my loan from the government’s insurance program has been approved. However, it will take about a month for the check to be released. Bummer. Considering that I am planning to use the money for my long-overdue moving out from the tiny room that my hubbyContinue reading “Nesting”

So raise your glass to geeky girls who read graphic novels…

After receiving a good windfall last Friday, the very first thing I bought for myself is not a new bag or a complete wardrobe from Forever 21. Rather, here’s what I bought: Yes, I bought four new issues of DC Comics’ New 52’s called “Suicide Squad – Death of the Family” and a new graphicContinue reading “So raise your glass to geeky girls who read graphic novels…”