Hand Lettering Noob

It has been only a month or two that I’ve started piquing my interest in hand lettering and calligraphy. At first, I thought it was a very bold move since my hand writing is as scribbling as it can get. However, I did some research and found that there’s no connection between the two. So,…

Valentine’s Day escape

Hello friends! It has been a long while but I’m back to writing again. There has been a lot going on these last few months or so everyone says when they’ve gone MIA. Not that anyone cares, but I really hate myself for my commitment issue with blogging. But I’m trying, guys. I’m trying. Last…

Afternoon Coffee Date

I seriously have been having a love-hate relationship with Cambodia’s all-year-long summer weather for quite a while now. By “quite a while”, I meant since I was born. For those who do not know what it’s like, the temperature here ranges from 23°C to 38°C (73°F to 100°F). Sometimes it even rises up to 40°C…

Blue Jeans X White Shirt

We all got staples we could never abandon regardless of the continuous emergence of new trends. Well, that is basically the definition of “staples”, right? My ultimate staples are blue jeans and white shirt- a timeless outfit piece which I could never get bored of wearing or seeing on other people. It is a classic…

Floral Saturday

My mom would be so proud when she sees me in this floral dress. Mother has always been a big fan of floral dress, though she wouldn’t have made a big deal out of it had I worn floral outfits more often. Call me basic, but I like a no-brainer outfit that, when style together,…

Book review: “The Five People You Meet In Heaven” by Mitch Albom

After finishing Kafka on the Shore, I’ve read “I found you” by Lisa Jewell, and “The one hundred-year-old man who jumped out the window and disappeared” by Jonas Jonasson, none of which is worthy of a review. Don’t get me wrong, these 2 books did keep me entertained till the ending, but they are just…

Book Review – Kafka on the Shore

Kafka on the Shore is a fiction novel written by Haruki Murakami. This is actually my first read that was written by a Japanese author. On account of that, there’s a special relationship between the Japanese and cats that I can never wrap my head around. The word of mouth is that cat represents luck…