Blissmakerie 2015

Artisan Life Happenings

This year, great things just keep knocking on my door. Mostly, opportunities to share to other people about my journey in pursuing my passion. As much as I fear speaking in front of many people, I cannot missed these opportunities.

Moreover, when Audrey invited me to do a “follow your bliss” story for Blissmakerie. I was truly overwhelmed when found out about that.

The Blissmakerie is where women gathered of all sorts from creatives, bloggers and small business owners, either you’re a working single lady or a mom that aims to inspire others to make things blissful. This is made possible all because of Martine’s dream in creating a community where women could talk about their passions, goals and dreams.

When I saw photos of their first Blissmakerie last year, I was drooling over it. Wishing I was there too. It would be very nice to be around these women empowering and encouraging one another to make things a reality. That if one can do it, anyone can also follow.

Not just that, you get to have a blissful box as well. A box filled with things that can inspire you and just simply make you smile.

Last month, I had the privilege to finally meet these ladies behind Blissmakerie in person. {Top to bottom} Rikx, Audrey and Carmel. Together with Martine, we were able to talk over coffee about the things that encourages us, a little bit of our stories and what’s going to happen for the Blissmakerie. {Photo from Audrey}And… this is going to be tomorrow… I’m seriously having butterflies in my stomach now. Aside from that, I planned on giving paper flowers for everyone and yet I’m still doing half of it. Yes! I need all the luck tonight and tomorrow.So tomorrow, I’ll be talking about my life journey from playing with numbers, now to patterns and paints. I’ll share how I was able to follow my passion and the struggles in between.

Deep inside me, I am really nervous but at the same time, also excited to meet these ladies. I just really hope, my simple story will give something relevant to their own stories and be able to find blissful to it.

{Photos grabbed from Martine’s blog}


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