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  • 2016 / 04 / 30

    It was a creative & enthusiastic April y’all!!!

    Super improvement compared to last month—that’s how I described April. Summer here & you know what it means? Heat, extremely & unbearable heat! How can we survive with heat index reaching to 41 degrees? We just do!!! Haha xD Temperature aside, I think I was pretty productive this month. I’ve posted all content I prepared for this month. My blog’s even donning a new look: it’s not too cold and blackish anymore~ April in a Nutshell! I was delayed by—

  • 2016 / 04 / 26

    You know, those tearjerker ones!

    I’m not the biggest cry baby. I remember when my family were watching a TV drama & all of them were crying; I was the only person in that living room—though also was drawn to the scene—who wasn’t crying. In fact when my family were grieving when we lost our father, things were so hard for me to sink in. I was more dazed than devastated. It took time before the first tear trickled. Ah, what am I remembering? Seriously—

  • 2016 / 04 / 24

    My First Impression: My Spring 2016 Watch List!

    So Spring Anime Line-up didn’t impress me that much upon announcement. But I still went in optimistic, although still a little skeptical. I think I’m just a certified otaku and even with skepticism, I managed to enjoy my list for this season so far. (And two of them I happened to binge read the manga!) Let’s get into the show! (List is arranged alphabetically!) 12-sai.: Chicchana Mune no Tokimeki – I think I’m too old for this. I feel uncomfortable—

  • 2016 / 04 / 20

    So I finally ask, what’s your bookworm story?

    I don’t have very profound reason why I started reading. I was just bored. And was just curious. But even so, I’m quite thankful that I picked a book and read. I think it changed me in many ways. Being bookworm did open many worlds. The stories I read. The characters I ended up loving. The emotional investment. All of it is just so fun! Reading is one those things that make you experience so many things at once. And—

  • 2016 / 04 / 14

    Blogger Sessions #1: I blog at night!

    I don’t know if you guys find the time (I mean literally the time!) relevant. I’ve always been very active during the night. I’m a night owl so to speak. So from the very beginning, I’d set my blogging routine at nights—usually before I sleep. I know being in front of the computer is counterproductive with study shows that if you’re expose to tech before you sleep, chances are, well, you can’t sleep. I always have problems sleeping early. In—

  • 2016 / 04 / 12

    They’re doing a pretty good job!

    The thing about reading manga & watching anime is how they make what seems to be at first simple but can be a lot more interesting and complicated. They set the bar high so to speak. Like for example, toys can be used as weapon, or what might consider by some such a meek task can be an explosive kind of event. I’m always fascinated with how they play on ideas very differently, something that even I couldn’t imagine (but—

  • 2016 / 04 / 09

    Regular: What’s On My Reading List? #8

    You already have an idea what went through with me in March, reading-wise (or at least if you did read my wrap-up, that is). To recap, I barely did some reading last month because of how chaotic and crazy everything went through (with summer approaching then with combination of uncertainties & impulsiveness mixed in, so yeah, my plate was pretty full then). However I still did some reading although I mostly chose short & finished series instead (you know I—

  • 2016 / 04 / 07

    And then another theme just bites the dust!

    I don’t really share my thought process when it comes to designing. It’s not like I have some hidden jutsu behind it. Honestly I don’t. I thought my process is simple and ordinary. I hope inspiration do come easily but alas it doesn’t. I think I have very normal approach to it: when the inspiration strikes—it strikes! It comes from everything I see. Sometimes it came when I was window shopping and saw a piece of garment. The entire idea—