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  • Its always a pleasure #travelling with you all when you visit #Jamaica!! See you again soon!! 🌴🇯🇲😎✨
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  • I finally went to MOMA you guys. And this is an excerpt of what I wrote on that day.
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I feel like I found myself. Or maybe not so much that, but I have found a part of myself that I was missing. I was missing it quite a bit. It all happened when I visited MOMA today. See, there's "good design" that works and looks great! And then there's "good design" that works great and looks amazing/clever. I missed the latter, that is what I used to strive for in my work before. But somewhere along the way, I feel like I lost my creativity and myself. . 
This is gonna sound funny but at MOMA, I felt a huge ball of butterflies that fluttered right from my stomach and spread up to my heart. I'm not being dramatic, it took me a while to write this...because I needed to pause to absorb all my emotions. I didn't think I was missing good, fun, art and design so much! Everytime I think about that exact moment when I felt like I had found a crucial missing part of me, I feel overwhelmed with emotions and I want to cry. I remember feeling the void now and then, quite frequently, and I have complained to my husband about it. I, myself, have even ignored it a little...but today I couldn't. It was like a huge wave came to remind me I had to face it. . 
Although the challenges of being a mother had little bit to do with it, a lot of the diversion from being a good designer/artist has been because I moved along with the demand. Long story short. When I started looking for jobs, people were looking for coders. I gave in to that and did a post grad on web design. But right after graduation, I couldn't find cool design job opportunities. So, the one I eventually got into was for an agency where I could work from home, and although it lacked a lot of the creativity that I wanted, I got to work with a big client and it paid better than average. . 
Anyways, for almost two years now, I felt like all the creativity was being sucked out of me and I was left with dull ideas. The creative work that I did, didn't feel like my work. I was disappointed. . 
But today...today it felt like I woke up again. I may not be the creative mind that I was but it's gonna get better In sha Allah. 😌💡✒️🖌️
  • I finally went to MOMA you guys. And this is an excerpt of what I wrote on that day.
    .
    I feel like I found myself. Or maybe not so much that, but I have found a part of myself that I was missing. I was missing it quite a bit. It all happened when I visited MOMA today. See, there's "good design" that works and looks great! And then there's "good design" that works great and looks amazing/clever. I missed the latter, that is what I used to strive for in my work before. But somewhere along the way, I feel like I lost my creativity and myself. .
    This is gonna sound funny but at MOMA, I felt a huge ball of butterflies that fluttered right from my stomach and spread up to my heart. I'm not being dramatic, it took me a while to write this...because I needed to pause to absorb all my emotions. I didn't think I was missing good, fun, art and design so much! Everytime I think about that exact moment when I felt like I had found a crucial missing part of me, I feel overwhelmed with emotions and I want to cry. I remember feeling the void now and then, quite frequently, and I have complained to my husband about it. I, myself, have even ignored it a little...but today I couldn't. It was like a huge wave came to remind me I had to face it. .
    Although the challenges of being a mother had little bit to do with it, a lot of the diversion from being a good designer/artist has been because I moved along with the demand. Long story short. When I started looking for jobs, people were looking for coders. I gave in to that and did a post grad on web design. But right after graduation, I couldn't find cool design job opportunities. So, the one I eventually got into was for an agency where I could work from home, and although it lacked a lot of the creativity that I wanted, I got to work with a big client and it paid better than average. .
    Anyways, for almost two years now, I felt like all the creativity was being sucked out of me and I was left with dull ideas. The creative work that I did, didn't feel like my work. I was disappointed. .
    But today...today it felt like I woke up again. I may not be the creative mind that I was but it's gonna get better In sha Allah. 😌💡✒️🖌️
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