My name is Enya, and I am currently trying to navigate my way through the college bit of life while exploring multiple hobbies at a time. I’m from the Philippines – a midget group of islands in the South of East of Asia.
I like to write, hence the blog, and because my love for writing is paired with my love for reading and story tell, I decided to major in English at my local university. But I am with scattered interests over various subjects like art, science, math on the RAREST occasion, and a lot of other things so that might also show up here. I love to cook and bake, which evidently leads to the fact that I love eating. I also love watching movies and TV Shows as a kid, which in turn makes me a sort of a semi-professional Fangirl to some extent, but a general fan nonetheless. And don’t get me started on the kind of music I listen to – which is a lot, and may never really know unless I talk about it this blog.
This is how not to do an introduction, but hopefully, you’ll get to know me better as you read through my entries, for a soul cannot be defined by a mere 100-word introduction. So follow me on the blog if you think I’m interesting – and on the social media accounts I subscribed myself to. But if you have any specific questions, leave me a comment below and I’ll get back to you the soonest I can.
I’m not sure myself why I called this blog ‘Mindful Diversities.’ Possible reason is because I looked for words synonymous to ‘overthinking,’ ‘paranoid,’ ‘different’ and ‘weird’ and at the end of the day, Mindful Diversities seem to make sense.
And as of the 14th July, in the year 2015 I got into a tweet conversation with a fellow weird person named Merb, who didn’t explicitly say the phrase but rather used the half of it to (exaggeratedly) describe how much I know of authors and other things that I have great interest in.
So then I decided that my blog need not focus on one thing, but as many as I can – as much as my little brain can manage. As a teen, I know I can be interested in a lot of things, learn about hobbies I may never really get to practice and skills who knows when I might put to good use. I’m not saying I’m a genius. I’m merely curious, which for me, is more than enough.
If you have any other concerns or inquiries, feel free to email me at mindfuldiversities(at)gmail(dot)com or comment some of them below and I’ll get right back to you the soonest I can.