The purpose of this site is to be able to keep track of my progress. It allows my teacher and I to see where I am lacking and how I can improve. This site also gives those who visit this page a chance to get to know a bit about me - my design style, my hobbies, and my favorites.
There has always been something about music that just...it's like it's taking you into different worlds. Much like reading I enjoy getting lost in the lyrics and melodies of every song. Trying to pick a favorite genre has always been difficult for me because I enjoy listening to everything or at least giving it a try - country is an exception. As of recently I started listening to a lot more bands. My favorites thus far are LUCY and DAY6. Before you look them up, yes, they are Korean bands or what it’s more modernly recognized as K-pop. They aren't kpop groups as they fall more into the band category. LUCY is made up of 4 members and they stand out because they have a violinist; which is something you typically don't see in bands. DAY6 is made up of 6 members (quote the name) and they make more modern/pop music compared to LUCY.
|DPR IAN||Dope Lovers||Moodswing In This Order|
|DPR LIVE||Boom||ITE COOL|
|Warren Hue||omomo punk||--|
|CRUSH||I Wanna Be Yours||--|
I'm a very creative person and typically prefer the design aspect of things. I journal in my free time, and I enjoy trying different types of it, such as bullet, art, and junk journaling. Having creative freedom is very important to me. Before starting a journal spread I like to have a color scheme or a concept picked out beforehand, but besides that my layouts tend to be very spontaneous. I also take into consideration what the spread will be about. If a spread is more personal I'll take a minimalistic approach. If it is about a musician or a show I'll add more color and it will be more chaotic. My favorite thing about journaling is that it can get very messy, but in the end you get a very clean result.More
I feel like people only ever feel one of two ways for reading; you either love it or absolutely hate it. My love for reading actually started on an app called Wattpad. Now let me explain because I know that a few of you are already judging me like crazy. Back in 6th grade we were only allowed to be on our phones if we were reading and so people found a wattpad in order to play on their phones. I would typically do homework, but I did get bored one day so I asked to use my phone to read and unlike others I actually decided to use the app because I was curious. The first book I saw was the one I clicked. The book was titled "The Last She". It's still one of the best books I've ever read and I've never forgotten it. I would recommend you read it, but the app installed a paywall on high rated books. I'm always happy to say that I knew about the book before it became popular. Thinking about the story always brings me a sense of nostalgia and euphoria.