A dreamer, cat lover and old soul with a passion for the creative things in life. I am a country girl at heart, living life in the big little city Auckland. When I was younger, I dreamed of being a musician and went to university at 16 to study a Bachelor of Music. When I turned 18, I realised that it wasn’t what I wanted anymore, and moved to Sydney to study Fashion Business. After finishing the Fashion course, I moved back to Auckland to study a Bachelor of Communication.
“Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up.”
— Pablo Picasso
A few paragraphs about me to tickle your fancy (in a non-grammatical fashion):
Sydney was my home for two years, where bats would roam the night sky. I had two pet pigs called Hercules and Shyla. I wanted to be a vet, zoologist, artist and musician when I was younger. I left home when I was 16. I’m a Christian. I play the flute and piano. My girl crushes are Eva Green and Cate Blanchett. Some of my favourite places are the library, cinema, art gallery and the park. I love fashion, music, skincare, makeup, movies, art and reading. I am an INFJ and HSP.
I’m transitioning to becoming a vegetarian. I love listening to Jazz, Classical, anything that my ears like! I’m a Taiwanese Kiwi born and raised in the land of Aotearoa. My wardrobe is mostly black, but my favourite colour is yellow. I speak Mandarin and English. Music, English and History were my favourite subjects in school. I used to do a lot of water painting of plants and animals. I love thrift shopping, animals, insects, nature and organic, eco-friendly products.
Having a conversation with a cat is one of the most satisfying things. I have quite a minimalist style. The sound of rain against the window is really comforting. Being yourself is the best person you can be. I have very few close friends who are very dear to me. I’m an introvert. I’m 21 years old (as I currently write this on September 2017), and believe from the bottom of my heart that no one has to have everything figured out in life, it’s all part of the journey. Feel free to read more here.