digital creator, i think that's what i want to be called. I like to think I'm quite creative. I dabble in YouTube to edit videos, and I babble in Vocal writing about the intricate messages in my day. Search for me on YouTube and subscribe!
the new normal is a curse
I would like to start off this article by saying that it has been two months since quarantine and isolation and I have tried to do a lot of things since then. I haven't been quaffled by a lot of things or be ever bored with my netflix binges until the second term of May, which starts with the new normal. I spend my days being cooped up indoors, sleeping early, waking up late, and put myself through shit like netflix binging, listening to less music and putting myself to an endless cycle of boredom.
confessions of a self-isolating teenager
In light of Covid-19 being a phenomenon that shook the world to its core (again), most people seriously took self-isolation and quarantine for those affected. In weeks, we have seen the measures governments from different countries have taken for the safety of its citizens — from maintaining a distance of two meters away from each other queuing up in our nearest supermarkets, take up one form of exercise a day outside, and wearing masks when going outside of our buildings (though some people still don’t believe to wear them, I do not understand). Even so, as an introvert who likes spending time alone, being isolated isn’t all so different from being outside in the world.
A Pianist's Agony
Her hands glided across the black and white keys—hard, fast, emotionless. To her audience, listening to her painful melody, and to herself, who blocked out the sound of the music. Her heart wasn’t set on playing her very best, she wouldn’t mind being stopped.
I fell asleep and missed my Interview, yet I feel fine
I called my mother after I woke up and said, "Mom, do you think they'll call me back to reschedule my interview when I missed it?"
Play Unsent Message
PRESENT It’s supposed to be a joyous day for Rayne Ahn, yet she feels void, quite overwhelmed, and maybe a tad bit exhausted from the party Holbrok Studios is throwing on her behalf. They had rented a gallery downtown—filled with the prospective clients of the studios, the actors who filled her animated storyboards with voices, friends of friends of the people who work in the studios to find themselves in a higher position and some extras—with the best catering that the city has to offer, and she is still overwhelmed by their audacity to throw her a celebration. She rather preferred to stay home in her pajamas, hugging her pillows and have a girl’s night with her two friends in her apartment as a celebration.