Coping with Depression, Homeschooling, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor

Junk Journaling – A New Found Love

I used to collect stationery papers when I was a kid. It was a fad for a while. We also used to sell them in our "sari-sari" store (Filipino version of a grocer). It was mostly the ladies who bought them but I remember saving money to buy for myself as well. I especially loved… Continue reading Junk Journaling – A New Found Love

Coping with Depression, Life

Coping with Depression and Anxiety Through Music

When is this pandemic gonna be over? I find myself asking that question over and over again and it adds to my anxiety every time I watch the news and see updates about how the virus is wreaking havoc worldwide. It doesn't help that the effing virus keeps mutating and getting worse - becoming more… Continue reading Coping with Depression and Anxiety Through Music

Coping with Depression, Life, My Life in Watercolor

This Pandemic Has Become My Second Childhood

For my kids' generation, learning a new skill is so much more accessible now than it was during my time. It's normal for kids now to learn a skill or two during summer break. Some of the families I know have daughters who learn ballet, sons who take up martial arts, some whose kids go… Continue reading This Pandemic Has Become My Second Childhood

Coping with Depression, Geology, Health, Life, Local Travel

When This Pandemic is Over

Have you listed down the things you will be doing once this pandemic is over? I have. I am usually an optimistic person. I know someday soon, this pandemic will be over, and things will go back to normal for everyone. Everyone will be stronger, wiser, and survivors. Before I go over my list, I… Continue reading When This Pandemic is Over

Coping with Depression, Designing Jewelry, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor, Wearable Art

The Fabulous Scientist is Back!

Hey, everyone. My apologies if it took me some time to visit and write on here. It's been a busy month with all the portfolio preparations and back-to-back watercolor painting classes that I have committed to do for our homeschooling community. I also had to deal with depression related to this pandemic in between. It's… Continue reading The Fabulous Scientist is Back!

Coping with Depression, Homeschooling, Life, My Creations

This Website is Starting to Look Like An Art Blog

The whole Metro Manila, Philippines, is still on lockdown due to COVID. It's hard to get supplies or get around because even public transportation is limited. So forgive me, my dear readerships, if I am resorting to art rather than science lately to distract me from the stressful situation we are in right now. I… Continue reading This Website is Starting to Look Like An Art Blog

Coping with Depression, Health, Life, Weight Loss

My Four Favorite Fitness Channels on YouTube for Indoor Workouts

I think most of us, if not all, will agree that the year 2020 was a disaster. The pandemic has turned the malls into ghost towns, resulted to cancelled travel plans, millions of deaths globally, and job losses. I would be lying if I say that the community quarantines did not take a toll on… Continue reading My Four Favorite Fitness Channels on YouTube for Indoor Workouts

Coping with Depression, Homeschooling, Life, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor

My Top Art Teaching Hacks for Non-Artist Homeschooling Parents

A quote by Vincent van Gogh on nature, art, and poetry. While art isn't a major subject in regular school, it's a subject that my kids showed tremendous interest in since they were younger. Back then I would come home from work and would see my kids' artworks taped on the ref's door. Sometimes they… Continue reading My Top Art Teaching Hacks for Non-Artist Homeschooling Parents

Coping with Depression, My Life in Watercolor

My Watercolor Journey: How I Started and Where to Get Supplies and Free Tutorials

Have you ever just accepted a criticism from a person and convinced yourself that she or he is probably right? The first time this happened to me where art is concerned was when a classmate in high school watched me sketch and told me that my hands are too heavy, that I can never be… Continue reading My Watercolor Journey: How I Started and Where to Get Supplies and Free Tutorials

Coping with Depression

My dad gave me a dollar and I felt rich

The one dollar bill my dad gave me. If you have been reading my posts, you’d know that my daddy passed away last April 28, sadly on my birth month too. It has been tough for us on coming to terms with the loss especially at this time of the year when families reunite for… Continue reading My dad gave me a dollar and I felt rich