The Intentional Break

I wasn’t posted anything for the past six months. The last time, I promised myself I’ll post at least once a month. So, posting twelve times a year shouldn’t be hard.

But, I intentionally decided to stay away from the blog for a while. Because it took me an enormous of time to proofread; before it publish-able. I know I’m not super good at writing. Many times, I had trouble articulating my thoughts. So, I’ve decided to put less priority on it to save my time for the art thing.

But trust me, this blog always has had a special place in my heart. This is where it all started, my art journey.

I wish I can act like ChatGPT, writing the whole post within five minutes with fewer grammar errors. In that way, I can get rid of Grammarly from bothering me.

No matter whatever excuses I give myself for not showing up promptly, I’d not go away. I have got better at writing since I regularly get compliments from Grammarly.

I’ve had many drafts sitting at my lappy for years. I shall go through it.

Stay tuned. New posts are coming soon. Hang on buddies!

tatta, (bubbye)

#tamaka

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Photo 1 , 2 & 3: Photo by #tamakaphotography on tamakaphotography

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4| What Inspires Me To Write?

5| Compartmentalised and Private Life

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3 responses to “The Intentional Break”

  1. Yeah, there are a lot of ups and downs in the creative space, which I know you’re aware of, as a fellow creative. Nevertheless, I’m rooting for you to keep up with your writing!

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    1. once a while whn people confront me that they are rooting for my blog, thats when i finds a reason to keep going. even its one or two.

      Like

    2. thank you. inspiration like this tht keeps me going

      Like

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