Coping With The Fear of Being Found Out
WARNING: This post contains a lot of disclaimers. (I guess it’s why I’ve been called “disclaimer girl” by some friends.) This also contains a relatively detailed account of how I spent my last week. So if you’d rather paint your nails or play a video game or whatever, instead of reading about what I’ve done this week, by all means, do so.
I’ve got a secret.
You may have met me through a mutual friend, or some event (yep, I attend and create a lot of them), or maybe found me somewhere online. Or maybe you’re encountering me / my writing for the first time. I’m no celebrity, for sure, but I’m a person of this modern age, connected to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest (and several other social sites I must have signed up for but don’t really use anyway).
And being a person who writes articles for some websites, including her own personal (albeit somewhat sporadically updated) blog, my thoughts / activities / involvements are pretty much laid on a silver platter for your consumption (sans the copious amount of selfies, and sans of the word vomit in Viber or What’s App groups with friends that no longer find space on the internet because they’re either not too important, or I don’t make time to post about it, or well, maybe it’s classified information, and if I told you, I would have to kill you).
Back in July 1, 2012, I packed my life into a tote and backpack weighing less than 10kgs for 2.5-month trip around South Asia, starting in Cambodia. Tomorrow, I fly to Cambodia again, this time, as a Philippine delegate for what is essentially a 3-day affair, and I seem to be packing waaay more. All for the love and pride I have for Filipino products and the unique opportunity to showcase them to neighbors from ASEAN and Japan. Happy to show off some products I had a hand in designing, as well as gems from other inspiring Filipino entreps, particularly those working with local textiles! :) #Travel #Filipino #YabangPinoy #Fashionalism #indigenous indigenous #textile #crafts #100happydays @muni_ph @TalaLunaPH @punchdrunkinc