February comes unexpectedly fast this year. Time flies in between busy days and little did I know a year had gone and I reached my deadline (probably with few accomplishments to reflect on). I just turned 29, an age that I have no clue about, with list of priorities for myself. It's been years since the last time I think about what should I reward myself with. It was all about other people, about other things but mine. Even though I know, I also had happiness accumulated on being selfless that way.
My age before was great. The premiere launch of my social initiative through #Letterature was the start of it all. I joined a custom publishing maven and got to meet new creative family. I picked up on courses to keep up with the digital fad. I blended-in with a new circle, and I learned to be open again with familiar faces around the block. I tackled some fears. I had a high dosage on beach-visits. I appreciated love I once had, and can't wait to be in it again mainly toward my family and friends.
I have countless things to thank for. Life is more like a traveling schedule to be connected, to meet people, pass by opportunities, and encounter faith when I feel the path itself is too harsh for me to cross over. But of course, to be grateful for what's in and what's out is always a privilege.
Of all ups and downs, I thank God for passion that keeps me going every single day. To appreciate what goes into my senses and what I do to make a living. As for me, Letterplatters is not only a platform I create, but a spirit that I would like to carry in my life. It's the reason to grow into a better creative to the society. Design is surely one thing to discover the magic of creation, and life itself holds up rooms to execute.
From that reason alone: cheers for health and blessings, strength, (also hopefully) a lot of forgiveness. Alhamdullillah.