”Everyone who terrifies you is sixty-five percent water.

And everyone you love is made of stardust, and I know sometimes

you cannot even breathe deeply, and

the night sky is no home, and

you have cried yourself to sleep enough times

that you are down to your last two percent, but


nothing is infinite,

not even loss.


You are made of the sea and the stars, and

one day you are going to find yourself again.”


-Finn Butler



It can be frustrating to find “the right words” to express feelings to the outside world – especially when they don’t exist… One of many reasons why I love and believe traveling and cross culture integration is so interesting and important.


UnHappy Anniversary


A year of such change has gone by, full of new experiences and bliss as well as deep challenges both exteriorly and internally. I never planned to push off this blog so long and to be honest I was quite surprised to see how much time had actually gone by.  One year to the month… Woops!! :(


I was upset with myself for not following through on something I wanted and planned to do, and that would discourage me from approaching it in a peaceful, inspirational way, which was its purpose in the first place. I’m at a point where I can more easily surrender excess pressure and control I put on myself to just be more free with this whole thing. The blog will continue to serve its original purpose: a creative outlet to share inspirations I’ve gathered through my life, as well as my own photography and other creations/projects.


I may play around a bit finding my groove so thanks for being patient with me! And most of all thank you and welcome (back!) to all the old and new readers! Looking forward to the future!


w e l c o m e . t o . m y . w o r l d

…in blog form. I made this as a way to share what inspires me creatively and spiritually, as well as my own personal expressions. I am also hoping a blog will help motivate me to complete projects, try new things and connect with life and others in a more open, raw way. More details under the ‘About’ section. Thank you for joining me.


Away we go…