Part 2: Glamorized Scavenger Hunt
Continued from Glamorized Scavenger Hunt...
My last two years as an academic head and a graduate student had been very hectic. My creativity suffered and my brain has ceased to function the way it used to. In fact, I've started to write like a bot translator. Plus, I've been feeling the emptiness in my head for a couple of months now. My classmates called it "burn out". So when I set out to do Robinsons Galleria's challenge in unearthing that "Great Find", I was determined to make sure that my finds would help me recover from my burn out.
Saizen had actually proven to be therapeutic.
Saizen also has a lot of paints in different colors and types: acrylic, poster, oil, watercolor etc. They even have rare colors that are not available in regular art shops. I would recommend these to many of our painting majors, since each only cost P85.
my sister how to deal.
This had been a very engaging activity, I must say. Not only was it therapeutic, it also helped me socialize with other bloggers. It's also the first time I was able to appreciate a sale. I would normally run to the opposite side of a one but I'm glad to realize that there's actually a feel-good factor in it.
The event was brought to us by Robinsons Mall. Their All-Out Clearance Sale is ongoing till August 31, 2010. Details about the sale, news and updates can be found in their Robinson's Malls Facebook Fan Page.
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