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Let me start this off by saying, "Hello! I'm Rae. And I am lost."
I thought I had it all planned out. Graduate and get my Bachelor's degree, find a nice day job (with financial and emotional satisfaction), take board exam, pass, and then finally continue pursuing my passion: ballet. Easy peasy, eh? Sounds like a plan of a girl who really knows what she's doing with her life. But N-O. Nope. nope. nope. I'm lost.
"Ayoko na pero di pwede."
Pen on paper. | Oct.10,2016
Art by Rae Abigael J. Caacbay
Ayoko na talaga. Pero hindi pwede eh. I posted this doodle on instagram and on facebook a few days ago and quite frankly, people closest to me (mom, dad, brothers, friends) reacted. They knew that it's more than just a doodle. And they are right.
And I never really intend on turning this into a blog post because I thought this would be too much to handle and if we categorize these thoughts and feelings, they would, more or less, fall into the downer side -- a failure should i say.
But then again, I just want to share inspiring stories here on my blog and come to think of it, I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only one struggling in life. I'm still finding myself and I want to show the world that I'm not just here to share my glitters, sparkles, and sugary-flavored life. Because I also want to let the world know how it's so difficult to chase after your dreams and 'giving up' is never an option.
Dancing is a fun way to keep fit. Even if you don’t have much experience in dance, you will find that it is very easy to get into. However, many beginners find that they are at risk of developing some painful conditions. You will also be at an increased risk of suffering from certain injuries.
However, you shouldn’t let these small setbacks put you off dancing for good. In fact, they are very easy to treat. Here are some of the most common problems, and what you can do about them.
The Laufen showroom was one of my last projects at Dexterton. I actually made sure to finish it before I left the company because I really don't like unfinished works. Anyway, it was my first time designing a showroom display like this, since I'm used to designing showrooms per "room" or showrooms that are open, and not per "module".
Having said that, constructing this showroom display was a bit of a struggle and I was so nervous. In fact, I made a mistake but the kuya workers were nice enough so my boss was fine with everything. Haha.