Well, it's been a while.

Hi.  This is my ninth term in art school and I have about four terms left until I graduate. One of my resolutions this year is to st...


Hi. 

This is my ninth term in art school and I have about four terms left until I graduate. One of my resolutions this year is to step out of my comfort zone and by doing this, I've been praying to God for Him to open doors for me and I've been pushing myself to seek and say yes to opportunities even if it scares the crap out of me. God answered my prayers  and I am in awe. I am so overwhelmed with everything that He has done for me!

Ever since I turned nineteen, the adult life has been subtly leaving little hints of what's to come in the near future. A few weeks ago, my 5-year-old cousin came over and wanted to spend time with me but I was too busy working on collaterals for school. I told her that I can spend time with her once I've finished everything. She looked at me and gave me a weak smile. She understood because her parents are busy all the time, so she gets that a lot. I felt really bad about it though. I even say things like "Oh sorry I can't hang out on Friday. I have work." "Just got home from work" and "Wait lang. I have to talk to my client." Gah. I can't believe this is happening. Things are happening way too fast and I don't even have time to do the things that I like to do like read a book, rewatch Friends, watch new episodes of my favorite shows. I had a bunch of blog posts planned out months ago but I wasn't able to post most of it because of school and work.  The never ending list of things to do makes me want to curl up in bed and stay there forever but I'm pretty grateful that I've been productive and I'm getting paid to do what I love. I've been doing a couple of rebranding projects, I'm quite active in school and I'm also working for an interior designer. 

Exciting things are happening and I'm pleased to announce that I'll be moving to a new site soon! It'll serve as my portfolio for school and blog so expect more blog posts from me this year! I've wanted this since I was fifteen! 

Consider it pure joy, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. James 1:2

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