A poem regarding personal loss of oneself.
Sometimes life likes to grind you down. You may get bruised and even lose a few limbs – but instead of stumbling, why not jump?
Don’t just go through the motions and surrender to routine – conquer it! -Art by me: Photoshop/Pen
An article detailing a 7-step way to be a better, more badass version of yourself.
I haven’t done art in a while, and let’s just say that this piece has been in my head for a while.
I’ve been at my new job for about 2 months now, and it’s come with its own set of challenges and successes that I’ve never seen in my life.
Working full time in itself is tough, it’s been a huge adjustment period, and coffee (or any caffeine for that matter) has become my best friend. Thus me with my trusty PlayStation mug in this picture.
It’s been a ride, these two months, but everyday, I’ve become more knowledgeable and successful in the work I do – I’m also very grateful for being part of such a supportive team. I’ve met some really amazing people so far that have truly made my work life enjoyable and stable, aside all the chaos – so thank you to my lovely coworkers for that (you know who you are!).
Oh how I’ve missed my ink and color.
A poem regarding life’s many doors and expectations.
There’s a lot to be said for working 40-hours a week. You get in this habit, this routine of perpetual exhaustion, and much of your effort at the end of your day involves surviving through traffic, getting home, throwing in a frozen pizza, showering (if you even have enough energy for that), and using your …
A blog post regarding my transition into my career in an office setting. Hilarity ensues.
An post regarding the transition into adulthood and the worries that can come with it.
A poem commenting on the unbreakable power of womanhood.
An illustration by me regarding selling ones feelings to the world.