The "Fixer"

One Wednesday afternoon or fifteen minutes past lunch time, I took a break from doing costings, getting swatches
and finalizing designs for a client's entourage. When in a coffee shop, I tend to think about anything.
Things you usually think about when you're ready to hit the sack. Things you don't usually attend to during the day.
And I felt the need to write it down. So, here it is.

01.21.2015        12:15 PM
 They call me the “Fixer”. According to everyone’s friend, Google, “a fixer is a person who makes arrangements for other people, especially of an illicit or devious kind”. It got me thinking and may be a bit into denial, but I guess I am one. I don’t know if others find it as a bad thing but the way I see it, I just want what’s best for others, for all of us rather.
If I were to define fixer, it is a person who holds a vision filled with positivity. One who believes that they could build something great from something that needs a little bit of enhancement. I don't want to use the word "broken" to define anything that needs fixing. They are hopeful-people, for anything or anyone they believe in - having the highest probability of becoming something so significant or special. Simply one who believes that there are no problems, only solutions. 

Being a fixer is actually great. I read about Fixers once from an online site about a year ago. Entitled “The Fixer:” What Happens When You’re The One Always Helping Everyone Else” by Maureen Townsend of She started her blog with a quote.

When something’s broke, I wanna put a bit of fixin’ on it. When something’s bored, I wanna put a little exciting on it. If something’s low, I wanna put a little high on it. When something’s lost, I wanna fight to get it back again.  —    Pearl Jam
(Click on Maureen’s name if you want to read more about her article.)

How about you? Are you a fixer too? :) Or how do you define "fixer" from your own perspective? Write me a private response! I can't wait to hear your thoughts!


Clatlet Fever!

Clatlet fever during a festive celebration! #Sinulog2015

Three Easy Steps!
 If you want the same Clatlet as mine, order Hades.

Top - Outkast Paradigm | Shorts - Knits 'n Stripes | Accessory - Rastaclat | Sunglasses Case - Cotton On -| Sunglasses - Sunnies

Click on the brands to visit site :)


She way out

A the 1975 kind of day.

She Way Out - The 1975

Top and Bandeau Bikini - by yours truly | Shorts and heels - Forever21

Photos by BlinkBox


Down south 2

Clear waters down south, different bikinis to throw on, a lot of water sports too choose from, a bunch of reasons why you should stay under the sun and a real vacation with the best people.
That's all I could say. <3

Thanks to my brother-in-law's lovely Hero4 for the photos.

For the video, I'm still working on it. :D


White Out

As an artist, we give definitions to every color we see. There are definitions set by legendary creatives during the 40's, 50's, 60's (and you know what comes after). And there are those we make from our own interpretations. For the new year, there will be more white for me (but white isn't a color). As we all know, it means purity, wholeness, sincerity, faith and peace. In addition, it symbolizes a fresh start for basically anything, and wearing any clothing that is white gives me a different kind of confidence.

Shirt Dress - WAGW | Shoes - Topshop | Chair - Sneaked it out from the dining table at home, shh!

Start your year right, and live a grateful life!