What’s the difference between paid and creative writers?

From my point of view as an aspiring author (hopefully not a frustrated one), everyone is creative in our own ways. It will just differ on our approach, or on how we expresses it.

But everything changed when I met people who simply can not understand or even can respect a creative writer’s works.

Is there really a huge difference between paid writers and creative writers, in terms of creativity?

I hope some of my few readers can answer my question? And straighten this concern of mine once and for all.


Thank you in advance 🙂


That Awkward Moment


#ThatAwkwardMoment when you’re having a hard time to open a door that is not even lock. And when you finally gave up, you turned around and sees your crush watching you.

#RememberaninspiringOcean is feeling Meh 😐

When inspiration hits me!

Now I realized that inspiration can struck you on the most unexpected time of the day.

Why did I say that? Because I’m busy researching when I stumbled on this page: 22 Most Beautiful Naturally Colourful Places in The World

I read it and BOOM! I got inspired.

Well with all these beautiful gardens, who wouldn’t be? It’s very refreshing and beautiful. How I wish I can visit these places? I could even imagine myself having my pre-nuptial photo shoot in one of these places.


But I will not give up. I will write this to my bucket list and I’ll pursue visiting these places someday.

But if money didn’t persist me, I’ll just marry a rich man. LOL!

Here are some of my favorites pictures from the site… Enjoy!

Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

Lake Hillier in Australia

Lake Hillier in Australia

Tulip fields in the Netherlands

Tulip fields in the Netherlands

Caño Cristales River, Columbia

Caño Cristales River, Columbia

Cornwall, England

Cornwall, England

Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

by #RememberanInspiringOcean

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Reference: http://blazepress.com/2014/02/22-beautiful-naturally-colourful-places-world/

Once again, Google make a remarkable move by celebrating the most interesting events in the world with a special doodle

Have you noticed the art on top of the search engine box of Google?

I’ve noticed it before but I thought it’s just a design to make Google page more attractive. But last May 19, I realized I’m wrong.

I found out that it’s a special doodle, Google team has created to celebrate the most interesting event in the world.

Just like on last May 19, as they celebrated the 40th anniversary of Rubik’s cube. They created an interactive Rubik’s cube. It’s cute and I even tried to play it. But I found it difficult to navigate, that’s why I gave up.

And now, Google make another artistic doodle as they celebrate Mary Anning’s 215th birthday. I honestly don’t know her but as I read her life and achievements, I found out that she’s one rockin’ lady.


To know more about her, click this link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/google/google-doodle/10845629/Google-doodle-marks-215th-birthday-of-British-palaeontologist-Mary-Anning.html