Romblon Travel Diary: Binucot Beach

Travel Diary: Binucot Beach, Romblon Philippines | Anne's Scribbles and Doodles
When my grandma told me we'd go on a vacation in the middle of nowhere, the idea sounded straight out of a horror movie. Gladly, the islands of Romblon, Philippines proved otherwise. It was this untouched and beautiful paradise, far from the noise and pollution of the busy metropolis. There wasn't even any (consistent or strong) internet service! Social media detox anyone? But I digress. Romblon was the perfect escape and one day we decided to spend an afternoon at the Binucot Beach, frolicking by the shore and drinking/eating coconuts freshly plucked from the tree!

Instagram Story Templates: Getting to Know You (Part Two)

Instagram Story Templates: Getting to Know You | Anne's Scribbles and Doodles
I don't know about you but my love affair with teal (and pastels mixed with warm metals) has been consistently strong for a while now. While I did skip on the gold and copper for these Instagram Story templates, I made sure to pack it with quite the decent amount of teal together with a few others that I think would complement it. What do you think?

Instagram Story Templates: Getting to Know You (Part One)

Cute Instagram Story Templates: Getting to Know You | Anne's Scribbles and Doodles

I've always had this itch to create. Be it a DIY project, a piece of poetry, a random doodle or a dish, there's always this intense craving to do something with my hands. It's almost addicting. So when I had to learn Adobe Illustrator for work this year, I decided I might as well give myself a project of sorts; hence, these Instagram Story templates!

Taking the Backseat

Taking the Backseat | Anne's Scribbles and Doodles
In the past year, I have come to realize that a person can have a lot of passions. They can be anything really, even out of this world. The thing with passion though is that it’s not something we’re born with. It’s something we come to discover on our own over time. What many (and I for a while) fail to understand is that they evolve. They have seasons and they come in different frequencies and timeframes. They arrive in numbers or slowly and every so often. Some of them we outgrow while others we have yet to discover. It’s normal and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Word Vomit: Don't Listen to Society

Word Vomit: Don't Listen to Society | Anne's Scribbles and Doodles
Writing this feels rebellious. As a kid who grew up wanting to always do what's expected of her, putting my thoughts into words is both liberating and treacherous. I say that because I've been known to always watch my words (and my heart).