Category: My Life in Words
Encouraged by my fundraiser campaign I thought I could spread some knowledge on why it takes so much money to buy one wheelchair and what are the less known details about the costs of owning one!
Donate and see the full campaign here: https://gogetfunding.com/ARTAS-NEW-WHEELCHAIR/ My name? Arta. And you? Well… you could be the kind stranger. Here’s my story. I’ve been using a wheelchair on and off since I was 14 and now at 25 I need it daily. I’m now an adult and my life needs more mobility. MyRead More
People at the present moment don’t entirely “get it”, but keep seeing it become a more prominent thing. Why would you study online? Jut go to the college! Is a frequent comment, similarly as – it’s not the same as real studying. Last time I checked, you were sitting on your computer at home typing your essay so yeah, it’s pretty similar, actually. But there’s more to it and let me tell you why!
Someone said “You should be thankful to have all that fancy tech to make your art! Not all artists have that! Some only have a pencil and paper.” Artists create in various ways, whether it’s some paints on canvas or a graphics tablet for computer art, maybe coffee splatter on a wall (to each their own, right?) So this time I want to talk about the clash of skill and technology.
Getting tattooed is not too much of a big deal nowadays; almost every other person has one – either elaborate or just a momento. I’ve been wanting to have a tattoo since I was 16, but due to my indecisiveness and constantly changing ideas, I didn’t find the right time to do it. I told myself to get it only when I have the feeling of “this is it”. And it didn not come to me until very recently. In case you’re a tattoo newbie like I am, maybe some of this information will help you sort out your thoughts – so let’s talk ink!