For the month of July, I truly embodied the "living one day at a time". There were moments where I felt miserable but they are only moments, they do not last for the following weeks. The next day, they will be gone because its a whole new day, a new chance to live better. Before July even started, I was nervous that I might not fulfill the projects that I committed myself in. Now, in retrospect, I realize that I underestimated what I can handle. I worried a lot on the hypothetical outcomes that I made up myself.
Princess Mononoke has indeed the power to nudge audiences into caring for the environment deeply than ever. However, when I watched it, maybe because of my artist training, I noticed subtle details in the film that shows the rich history and culture of Japan.
A 15-Minute Writing Exercise proven effective through research studies.
Social distancing visual cues can be public artworks as well. I wrote about different social distancing visual cues in various places around the world and how they differ.
Designing spaces where children can play without an intervening adult and a space that has a lot of affordances (ways for it to be used) are a must. Designing spaces where kids can grow holistically is an investment for a better world tomorrow.
List of passion projects to support right now including, a list of artists open for commissions.
Novelist Jennifer Egan stated in an interview, "Reading is the nourishment that lets you do interesting work." All of my blog posts and projects are based on everything that I read. I read the books recommended by artists that I look up to in order to understand how they come up with their works. I'll … Continue reading Reading to Improve Work
"So, all of that adds up to what he thinks is a very sensory encounter with the ice that does produce feelings. And the feelings are more than just an intellectual response but also an emotional one. The feelings might have to do with care or love of this thing you're watching, and these feelings can be mobilized into action because by caring more about the ice through the senses, you might become more likely to make changes in your life that might be a good response to the climate emergency."
Author Anna Quindlen wrote, "There are thousands of people out there with the same degree you have; when you get a job, there will be thousands of people doing what you want to do for a living. But you are the only person alive who has sole custody of your life. Your particular life. Your … Continue reading “You cannot be really first-rate at your work if your work is all you are.”
I discover more and more every day how a lot of things are designed just for the sake of it and not out of observing its users. Fortunately, there are people who observe their users before designing which led to positive changes to the behavior of its users.