I'm not hiding my accent or who I'm anymore. Here is why : When I arrived in America, my nationality was stamped on my forehead. I had a heavy accent, my voice was loud, and I laughed even when the joke was about me and my culture. A few years passed and I started to… Continue reading I’m not hiding my accent or who I’m anymore. Here is why
Are you a late bloomer in your new career? Have you finally had the chance to pursue your goals a few years after your 30’s? It’s ok. It happened to me too! There is nothing wrong with being in your 30’s 40’s or even older and decided to step up and work on something you… Continue reading It’s ok to be a late bloomer in a new career.
Procrastinators United ! It took me about 15 minutes to get the word Procrastinator right. Lucky me, there is an autocorrect, otherwise, I would still be trying to write it correctly. Also, because I got up from my chair many times. A few years ago, I learned the word procrastinator and understood the reason it… Continue reading Diary of a Procrastinator
The SitComs that made me want to be a TV writer and how my American dreams were builded as those stories represented America for me at that time. I’m absolutely a sucker for American Situation Comedies, the Sitcoms. Back in 2002, when we first got cable on TV, I used to spend hours and hours,… Continue reading Old SitComs that inspired me to study ScreenWriting
I’m keeping monthly goals, instead of yearly ones. I will tell you why. Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash My mom sends me a voice message this morning. She said a guy from her apartment complex was outside, at the parking lot, screaming, that he couldn’t take it anymore, and someone was trying to kill… Continue reading I’m keeping monthly goals. Let me tell you why.