The One Writing Shift I Did That Leveled Up My Journaling

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I have never been consistent with keeping a journal, but I’ve always wanted to be. When I was younger, the purpose of my journal was to keep a record of my days. In grade school, I remember writing about the cute boys in school, or petty arguments with frenemies. I would write about being envious of silly things from my…

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Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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Ana Mengote Baluca

Ana Mengote Baluca

Design and Strategy living in between Manila, Seattle and New York. Writing about design things and things in Design. And sometimes random things.

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