Remembering my childhood when we need to write essays for exam. Choosing a topic out of few topics and my style always is factual essays. Because facts is always right and getting things right is important for me.
So, I grew up throughout the 6-7 years, writing factual articles unless I have to choose a story-based/ descriptive essays. Really, what happen was I was not confident on how to express myself, to imagine the story flow. I was literally working within my comfort zone because that is where I felt I do best and indeed, I did.
That was the old days and never imagine myself attracted to writing. Now, I am writing blog post and a proud owner of my website where I am delivering my ideas to my audience. Using words to speak to some and hopefully reaching out to more audience.
It isn't about having agreement about how amazing I keep my blog or my artwork (I did some of the artwork here :) ) or agreeing every single thing I say and think it is right.
I understand that it isn't an easy task to connect people who is like-minded to give comments so I can improve. Sometimes, it is better to leave things as it is.
I felt my writing style have completely changed to make the article flow better, language that more audience would understand, more descriptive and to some extend, it is almost like telling a story. I am more comfortable at writing than what I used to and be descriptive.
It isn't what I thought I would be but I am a writer and secretly, I hope to write food articles for magazines to reach out.
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed toward an end users. Blogging about food became a must when she encounters interesting ideas about food products. She seeks for ideas and opportunities to work together.