A CR Girl turned stay at home Mom

For seven years, I was a single and hustling girl working in a male-dominated industry. I handled complaining customers, managed public and corporate events, as well as working in teams. I had my hands full most of the time and felt like those of leading ladies in romcom. I was that girl who was married to her job until one day…

I met the man of my dreams: a real life Byronic Hero.

Suddenly my life took a drastic change.  We got married,  I had the wedding of my dreams and 3 kids following me around.

 Missus Heroine is the place where I share my thoughts and journey adapting into my new roles as well as many other things.

“We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” – Joan Didion

How it started…

When I was in first grade, my Mom bought me a copy of The Babysitters-Club while also gave me worn copies of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. That was how my love for reading started and along the way I found the versatility of words which I then put into use.

Writing is my way to convey feelings and thoughts, as well as a way to gain perspectives and better understandings about life and whatever happens around me. 

I studied Communication and wrapped up my study with an undergraduate thesis on Construction of Fashion Magazine Journalism in “The September Issue” Documentary Film. A combination of the things I am passionate about: writing, creative ideas, female leadership, fashion and films. It was a period where I learned that passion is an enormous power source for oneself.

This blog started out in 2009 as a part of digital media project when I was in university. It evolved, albeit slowly, as a  journal, for me to learn, to look back to, and to grow into a better being.

This blog has changed its name a couple of times as I grow up, aligned with the process of finding myself. Heroine, eventually was what suited best. I am always fascinated by female leads, the women that push through with passion and perseverance either in real life or fiction.

The word Heroine, has several meanings:

the principal female character in a literary, a woman admired and emulated for her achievements or qualities, a mythological women of divine descent having great strength or abilities.

Here I am, in a journey of becoming the Heroine I want myself to be.

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