November 2015 Favorites

November has been such a full and happy month of events, memory-building, and errands! We were just two months away from our due date then (just one more month now), so a lot of the things we needed to do were for the baby.

But the husband and I have also talked about making sure that we still spent time on things that make us happy individually and as a couple. Basically, to not forget the life that we’ve built before the baby. Instead, build on top of it.

That probably won’t be as easy to do once the baby is actually here with us, but I’m sure it’s not impossible!

Aside from that, when I made my November 2015 Favorites canvas, I also tried out my new Joby phone stand and recorded the entire process. Play the video below to watch.

What do you think? Are there any other videos you’re interested in seeing from me? Let me know in the comments section below! You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel to follow my uploads and see the latest ones right away.

I’m glad that I’m able to share this list before the year ends, and hopefully, I’ll be able to do the same for my December favorites too.
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End of 2015 Events

As soon as October rolls in, I always get the feeling that the year is already ending. Even with three more months to go!

It’s usually a very busy time for freelancers like myself, with clients asking for artworks and designs for their Christmas-related projects. However, this year is taking busy to a whole new level!

Aside from the projects that need to be finished before 2016 arrives, I’ve also committed to several events (both personal and professional) and I’m already super excited for all of them! Continue reading

April 2015 Favorites

April was all sorts of cray (spilled over to May too), hence the delay in uploading my monthly favorites. I was actually done with the canvas a couple of weeks ago but couldn’t find the time to write the blog for it. So much fail!

I’m not going to waste this short amount of free time though, so here we go!

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