It’s been a long time since the last time I do blog. Maybe it has been more than 6 years ago during my junior high school years. I don’t remember why did I stop, but the important thing is I found out why I should start over again!
I originally planned to just make a portfolio website to only showcase my selected works of photography and design. But later on throughout the process, I realize that I still have a long way to go to prepare for the latter. On the contrary of what people (who knows me in real life) see me as a diehard laid back person, I am one of those imperfect perfectionists when it comes to the things I really wanted to do. So even if I have bought a domain for a year since 5 months ago, I still have lost motivation because I knew it would not be perfect either.
Long story short, earlier this week I came across some book review by someone, who unfortunately, recently passed away. It was from a book called “Creativity, Inc” and there was this citation;
“Don’t wait for things to be perfect before you share them with others. Show early and often. It’ll be pretty when we get there, but it won’t be pretty along the way. And that’s as it should be.”
It literally hits home. Right after I finished reading those sentences, I immediately remembered this website. And, every creative idea I strive to build, every new thing I struggle to learn. The smalls and bigs. It felt like a comfort pat on my shoulder, that gently pushed me to go forward later on.
So here I am, finally giving it a shot. Starting from scratch, now knowing and accepting well that it is ok to be sucks. It will be pretty when we get there. I’ll try to always catch on this page, updating daily and developing it as much as I can. I’ll be talking about small talks like this and also my thoughts. Or review about the cute cafes I went to, pretty places I took pictures at, or basically everything.
Because the second thing that strikes home, is that even when you are gone forever, you can always leave something behind. This time, I want to leave some memories through the writing too.