Sometimes when things get hectic, I rely on one thing that helps me stay sane (aside from eating food). And that is…taking a nap!
I think many of us take naps for granted, especially when we get older. Of course, handling children and trying to squeeze in a few winks is difficult to do so. That’s why I try my best to take one either during my lunch break or when I’m finally finished with my work. Those 10-15 minutes are pure bliss.
What’s your form of self care?
Another year round trip to the Sun. Happy birthday to me 🎂
I don’t have any major plans on my day, except to have a quiet dinner, watch my favourite movies and catch up on my sleep.
Birthdays tend to be a weird moment for me to sit back and reflect. It’s crazy to think that within the one year, I’ve managed to do the following:
- Start up a webcomic blog.
- Create my first visual novel game.
- Get hired by a job that I love doing during my daytime hours.
- Seeing improvements on my artwork after putting it off for quite some time.
On a personal note, it was a time where I’ve been more mindful of my social media usage. As someone who has been struggling with depression, taking a step back from the online world has made me more aware of what’s going on.
I’m thankful to have my family and close friends during this time. Getting older feels a bit daunting. But I’m embracing the new year with hope and a chance to become a better person (whether personal or professionally).
Thank you to those who took the time to wish me well during my birthday. Truly means a lot to me (and Betsy) 🐮
While we’re at it, these scam marketers can take my high interest rates on my credit cards if they’re so willing to “promote me” 🙄
Here’s the truth about most artists – we don’t always get paid for our work. At times, we post the content for free as a way to either (a) showcase our talents (b) hoping that someone will support us at our donation/shop pages (c) we post for fun or (d) all of the above. There are a million artists out there who are way better than I am. But we’re all unique in our art styles and our approach on sharing the content.
I draw cows because that’s my thing. I love cows 🐮 I suck at drawing other types of art, but this is my “art voice.” Not many people will be on board with it, and that’s completely fine with me.
Still, it sucks to see so-called “marketers” and other scam folks tricking other people to think that they’ll need to shell out a huge amount of money just to be instantly famous overnight. I believe that everyone’s definition of “fame” is different for everyone.
I’m happy with the amount of followers I have and the comments I receive. Would it be nice to see folks donating a cup of tea if they like my work? Of course, considering my personal and financial circumstances. But I don’t wanna pressure folks into donating if they’re not able to do so. That’s why I highly encourage everyone to like and share my posts if they want to support my content.
Ever had circumstances where others approached you to pay money for instant fame guarantee? Or those social media marketing agencies that use bots? Let me know in the comments below.
Anybody else work from home? How do you feel when people make assumptions on your lifestyle? Let me know in the comments below.
Not every panic attack is the same. The one thing that stays consistent is reaching out for help and support. I can still recall about the first time I’ve had a panic attack. These days, I’ve been managing them quite well.
It’s a scary feeling and unfortunately, it’s something that I’ve been living with for quite some time. I hope my post provides comfort to those who are suffering from them. If you ever need to talk or have someone listen, I’m here for you.
Husband is currently on a business trip so this is my way of teasing him 🤣 in reality, he’s been doing wonderful by FaceTiming me and making sure that he stays safe.
The visual novel addiction is real, y’all. In all of my years playing video games, I’ve developed a fondness for visual novel games. Though I’m still an RPG gamer at heart (still trying to finish up Octopath on the Nintendo Switch), it’s been a therapeutic experience reading and interacting the storylines. My coworker and friend EB introduced me to Nightshade and goodness, it was so beautiful.
I’ve revamped my goals for this year in terms of publishing my comics. So rather than doing one – four panels, I’m hoping to aim between four to six panels. It’ll be updated every Wednesday (just for me to give some time on working with the artwork).
How has your new year treating you so far? Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments.