October was the month of new beginnings and new friendships. Translation: IT WAS GREAT.
If you're as geeky into design as I am, you’re probably familiar with white space. It is also called negative space, although it isn’t exactly a bad thing. Put simply, white space is the empty part of your work in between the letters or the characters or the shapes or the lines. But it isn’t … Continue reading Living a Busy Life Full of Clutter and Chaos? You Need White Space
See, I agree with Shrek when he said that ogres have layers. I also think that us humans, like onions and ogres, have layers. And much like how peeling an onion layer by layer is a slow, gradual process, so do peeling your own layers. As a twenty-something, I honestly believe that there’s still much … Continue reading Four Personality Tests You Can Try Today to Better Know Yourself
Often times, asking for help is as difficult as waking up at 4 AM. But it is incredibly important why you need to get better at it.
Side Notes is a monthly wrap up where I share the interesting, and incredibly inspiring things I found during the month that I couldn't fit in any post. Expect awesome recs, awesome books and awesome bloggers. Also expect: fangirling (lots of it) and a glimpse into my life -- the happy, the chaos and all. … Continue reading September is Half and Half, No In-Between // Side Notes
Daily commute is stressful, no arguments there. But it CAN become peaceful slices in your day, if you want it to be.
Creative frustration can be... well, frustrating. But did you know that it's necessary? Yes it is.
Side Notes is a monthly wrap up where I share the interesting, and incredibly inspiring things I found during the month that I couldn't fit in any post. Expect awesome recs, awesome books and awesome bloggers. Also expect: fangirling (lots of it) and a glimpse into my life -- the happy, the chaos and all. … Continue reading August Side Notes: A Melting Pot of Sweat, Tears and Hurried To-Dos
We've all had FOMO here and there. But there are days when it's at its peak level and it leaves you doubting your very existence.
When I was a kid (and I was unknowingly living the glory days of not having to stress over college) I used to play this game. I called it "Don't Let the Balloon Touch the Floor." It's a simple game: you launch the balloon up in the air and not let it touch the floor. … Continue reading Trying everything all at once achieves nothing