The Lowdown: Sigrid Olsen polo; Human pants; Rusty Lopez shoes; EG sweater; SM Accessories hat
I have always considered creativity as relative. I don’t know but I just completely disagree with the common notion that creativity is laxly measured by how good you are in sketching & conjuring up drawings & such. Somehow, I see creativity as a vague aspect that encompasses a plethora of brilliant gauges—style, cooking, sewing, performance, design and the list goes on & on.
I am so happy with this sweater! I could not agree more. Think about it. How can one fully embrace his creative consciousness if he/ she is afraid to take risks? It’s such a simple passage but if you give it a thought, it actually makes a lot of sense.
It’s really a downer whenever your plans don’t go the way you supposed it would be. I mean, that’s the reason why you planned nga diba? However, spontaneity has its pros din naman. Did you notice spur-of-the-moment activities tend to be more, if not twice as, enjoyable as that of premeditated ones? It’s ‘coz you’re more in the moment when it’s extemporaneous whereas it feels kind of robotic for the latter. I know you know what I’m talkin’ about.
Take for example the sudden drizzles we’ve been having in the country recently. There was one time I wasn’t able to bring an umbrella with me ‘coz it’s hella sunny when I got out of the house. Then the pungent rain poured. I ended up soaked but nonetheless, I just basked in it & played in the rain. Hahaha!
The Lowdown: Thrifted sweater; Oxygen shorts; SMCM shoes
The Lowdown: NFL soccer shirt; Human black pants; Hanes undershirt; Adidas sneakers; DIY gloves
Guilt is a monster— hindering one’s capability to do his best in light of the past. Most of the time, people tend to get caught in a web of their own making. It may sound ironic but the truth is: we point fingers to others for the consequences of our own personal mischief. The blame game ultimately happens one way or another.
Nonetheless, life & times make it crystal clear that we as individuals are responsible for our own actions. Sige ma-guilty ka for a while, normal yan. Pero patagalin mo for a month, a year? Di na healthy yan dude! As what I’ve learned from Tris Prior’s bae, Tobias Eaton: “Let the guilt teach you how to behave next time” Inhale, exhale—- tomorrow is a brand new day.
© Jeremy Cañasa 2013