Hi everyone,

I’m so excited to share with you a special lil’ project I’ve been working on for a little while now. I believe that creativity is a muscle, and like any other, it only stays strong if you use it often. Hence, I’ve created a personal website with the goal of sharing something creative with the world every couple of days.

On it, there’s music I’ve curated, as well as my favorite TEDtalks, interesting clips about film, and interesting articles that I wanted to share. Most proudly though, are my original pieces. Curating is half the story, I’ve also done a bit of creating. On the site you will be able to see my original drawings and designs, as well as some original writing in the form of poetry and short fiction. These are the pieces closest to my heart, and I hope they will find a way to endear themselves to you, too.

Please feel free to like/comment/subscribe, and if you’d like to see more of anything, or if you have a new idea that you think would benefit the site, don’t hesitate to tell me! Let me know what you think, and happy browsing!

xx C


7 thoughts on “About

  1. Pingback: About that… | darling chay

  2. Hey girl! 🙂

    Just got notified of your comments on the blog I contribute too. I’m happy to meet people who are just like me! People think of me as a nerd for listening to NPR, but I just looove learning!

    It’s nice meeting you! Let’s keep in touch. 🙂



  3. Hi Darling Chay,

    Thanks for stopping by my record collection and introducing yourself today. I thought I’d do the same. Nice blog. I agree, Creativity IS a muscle! That’s exactly why and how my little project started. Did you write Lucky Strike? Please bring your creative self by again!


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