Today was the day that I went home for the Holy Week. It has been my personal tradition to make an effort to go home despite of the stress that I have been enduring since the start of my college adventure. Well, here’s how I would want to spend this mini-break.
Going home means more time to unwind, relax and enjoy the presence of everyone and every dog in the house, I plan on doing something worthwhile with them. Yet, this is also my time to recharge myself, my soul and my being. It is the time to recharge all the motivation I have so that when I get back, I’ll be ready to conquer the world again.
To keep you updated, here’s what I have been planning to do this Holy Week 2016 *slash* mini-vacation at hand:
Practice calligraphy (both dip pen and brush)
|Request from Joy|
|Using watercolor as ink|
For my next post about my calligraphy journey, I may share something I learned with using watercolor as ink that you might use as well in your own calligraphy adventure.
- Practice the piano
As you may have known, I have been playing the piano since I was a kid and that was around 5-6 years old and up until now, I can still play. I’m no prodigy but I can surely play some notes and pieces. Lately, I’ve been wanting to play so when I got the chance at Lyric in Glorietta, I practiced and it felt so good. The goal this vacation is to be able to play my old pieces flawlessly and learn even just a new piece. I seriously have doubts in fulfilling this but I might as well try.
- Try to cook / bake
It’s hard to cook but it’s fun and we don’t really know the people behind who give us yummy meals at the establishments we go to just to eat.
- Do the traditions about Holy Week
- Appreciate nature more
- Think of new ideas to blog about
- Update my notes
- Countdown to our April Giveaway!
|Coming soon this April!|