Simple Kitchen Creativity # 1 – Featuring The Eggplant

This is the first of the series of blogs about simple, kitchen creativity and today, I am putting the eggplant in the limelight. Eggplant is a common vegetable you could always find in the market, that’s why some call it the “humble” eggplant. Its botanical name is Solanum Melongena. India is said to be the […]


Should I Quit Blogging? A Blogger’s Question.

Thinking to quit blogging? Discouraged to push through on your dreams? You’re not alone. I am going through the same situation but giving up is not the solution. So I wrote this poem for you and for me. We have to be brave and get back on our feet, bloggers!   Contemplating, thinking to quit […]

The ABCD (Any Body Can Do) of Recycling

This time, I would like to share about simple recycling. I said simple because it’s as simple as ABCD.The recycling products with photos below, which I made from some materials that most people considered waste can simply be done by anybody, thus I am calling it ABCD ( Any Body Can Do). I encourage you […]

The Weary One – A Poem

A poem of a broken soul…This maybe you, your friend or your loved ones. Some of us maybe a broken soul hiding behind an armour. Please read…   The twinge runs through your mind and rushing to your heart, Breaking all dreams losing its strength that couldn’t be recharged, Piercing every wall, leaving it by […]

Six-Word Story: It’s Worn But Still In, Try It.

The “six-word story” is an idea that has revived its new life and is now trending in some social media like Tumblr and Reddit. I’ve also read some WordPress bloggers’ stories using this six-word confinement. This is inspired by Hemingway’s famous six-word tale, “For sale: baby shoes, never worn,”. Though the stories are being told […]

Stories Written By A Hundred Words

Have you ever wrote a very, very short story? I really mean very, very short because each of these stories are composed of exactly one-hundred words only, but with big lessons to unfold… The “School” Jane came home early morning after a night spent with peers. She needs money for her “tuition fees”. Since mom’s […]

A Painter’s Struggle

People are normally amazed as they see great works of art, not knowing that behind each art piece are untold stories of tears and sweat. This poem illustrates a painter’s struggle while on the process of producing artwork. It’s  my own experience and I know it’s not just I who’s going through this, many of […]

Let’s Talk About Skin Colors

Struggling to find the right color combination to produce a perfect skin tone in your portrait painting? Let’s find out ways to do it. Just some background to share about my experience: Well, I’ve started in the portraiture on April 2016, not too long ago, right? Some of my finished works are commisioned and some […]