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Four months…

It’s been about four months since I last posted, and while I can have school as my only excuse for not posting, I would be lying.

So let’s take a little stroll back down these last couple of months, shall we?

I entered my last semester of university in February, and I had already signed up for online classes, which were going well until the lockdown happened.

Similar to everyone around the world, the pandemic wasn’t too friendly to me. Being indoors almost 24/7 and having design classes, I was not in the right state of mind to do anything else.

For a while, I thought I was wonderful. I completed my assignments and went about my daily routine.

Then, I reached my limit that I didn’t know was on the brink of exploding.

Finals week was coming up. I began to procrastinate on my assignments. I’d have (tons of) breakdowns. I’d get angry at the smallest things. I never realized how much the situation was affecting me until I unintentionally broke down in front of my friend.

Did it help ease everything? A bit. But any bit of help still makes a difference.

I regained some of my creativity and finished off my final semester, surpassing all expectations I had for myself at the beginning of the semester.

Speaking of…

I’d like to quickly give a massive thank you to my instructors this semester who was as patient and understanding as they were throughout the semester. Despite the difficult circumstances, you still provided as much detailed feedback as you can and offered any extra help, allowing us to improve our skills and knowledge with each passing week. I’m grateful for having you as my instructor. Thank you.

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

It was a tough couple of months, but we did it and I hope your new adventures will be as exciting and fulfilling as you want them to be. Don’t allow the current situation to dampen your future dreams. Use the time given to take little steps, working even harder to get where you aim to be – even if it means taking time off for yourself.

I definitely needed this time for myself…

When classes ended, I thought: “Great! I can now focus more on my blog now.”


Turns out I used up the majority of my creative juices completing my final projects, eventually leading to a creative drought – once again.

I’ve been in a lot of them, haven’t I?


As much as I can go into detail about this, I’ll just admit that I wasn’t inspired to write or create anything. I have had many ideas in mind, but I couldn’t bring myself to write them.

I’ve been so used to my serious style of writing that I felt weird having to write topics that aren’t as emotionally heavy or linguistically abstract. The first major writing project I’ve done is “The 7,” and since then, I’ve been trying to have my subsequent works be of equal or higher level, which is something that I shouldn’t be doing in the first place. I’m incredibly proud of “The 7,” and I’ll always be proud of it. It’s my firstborn and what helped me find my voice in writing. But it’s its own project. It has its own story. Its own purpose. If I aim to write something similar to “The 7,” it’ll lose its impact and uniqueness, and I’ll also burn my mind out.

Where is this blog going?

Well, my lovely reader, as much as I thought about whether I should give up the blog or not, it’s not going anywhere.

However, I will be switching up the content of my posts. As much as I enjoy writing abstract and emotional-filled content, I’d like to also focus more on lifestyle, design, and travel (once applicable). I will not be straying away from my roots, though! I’m hoping that my future content will continue to uplift and positively inspire you with your own adventures and goals in life.

I hope you’ll stick with me as I’m excited to be showing you this new journey of my life. 

Keep being inspired and take care always,


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