I'm not sure how many of you have noticed that I have been away, but the counter is still rolling on. I'm glad you're being patient with me!

Last weekend I felt really overwhelmed with how fast things had been moving, so I withdrew to the Zúñiga Luna residence and emerged fully charged. During the week, however, some of that energy was sapped back out again. Life has felt like a roller coaster for the past two months!

coming down to a more manageable state, which allows me to direct my thoughts towards blogging and other matter that require a clear mind. Lately, most of my waking hours were spent at work, at home working, or out with loved ones. In the past couple of weeks I have not been practicing or studying Tarot because I barely even have time to keep myself centered. In part, I have not wanted to read my own Tarot because I just don't want to know what some of the messages in queue might be. For once, I am holding out to see how things will play out instead of seeking the possible routes to take, even though I am well aware of them... or so I think. You know what that means... Time to get organized again!

 I'll leave this post open to any suggestions you guys want to make.

Is there anything you don't see enough of in this blog?

Thanks are in order to all of you that keep coming back to check out what I have been up to as of late. Your support is thoroughly encouraging, even though many of you do so through other social media voices! ALL of your feedback is thoroughly appreciated... and welcomed.

Silly joke, but I couldn't quite help myself... I have been riding a rather quirky wave lately.


Where do you go when you need an extra push of encouragement or a new source of inspiration? I used to swarm magazine stands for the latest publications on art and design, but now I browse through the corners of the internet to find new material. I've struck a pretty solid deposit of beauty and creativity that propels me forward, and I wanted to share some of my discoveries with you. Meet my favorite bloggers!

Amelia Arsenic is perhaps my newest discovery in the blogging world, but I'm hooked with her amazing talent to transform herself! She looks like every Japanese Alternative Fashion Desiger's wet dream, and her blog looks AMAZING!
Jessica Naomi is an artist at heart. She runs a drool-worthy Etsy shop by the name of Conjuration, is known for her amazing pictures, and keeps feverish sketchbooks about field work and science. Her blog stands as direct documentation of her voyage and growth without excluding the fact that readers get tangled up in the beauty of her poetic allusions and fashionable crafting.

Cheri... Oh, Cheri! Sherilynn Macale is a bombshell of a girl currently living in San Francisco, California. Make no mistake with that sweet facade—this girl aims to kill! This girl does it all: drawing, gaming, fashion, photography, marketing, blogging... You name it, she will top you ten times over, and look fabulous while doing so! She is a big inspiration for me ever since I was 18 years old, and not because of the material abundance around her. What drew me in to her blog in the first place is her earnestness with her readers—who are more like an army of minions than anything—as well as her burning desire to do great things without necessarily seeking the approval of others. I'm sure that she is going to accomplish everything she wants, that's just how Cheri works. Good luck!

Sofia Ajram is a Graphic Designer living in Montreal, Canada. Her blog includes a lot of her photography work as well as a look into her pagan visions. She is as real as it gets with her aspirations and worries, and really humble for all the talent that is constantly brewing within.

Anna Rusakova is an illustrator from Russia. What I like about her the most is that while she is most definitely present in her online persona, she lets her work do the talking for her. She says that her diary is for her readers and fans, and seems to dwell within a dream world she made in which her illustrations come to life.
That's her, right up there!