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I made a plan to write a lot more content for 2021, and even be more active. However, there are things that I need to work, both personal and professional.
On the professional side, I need to fix the site to make it look more attractive, and change things around so it’s easier to navigate. The posts, the pages, just the entire site needs a makeover. In addition, there will be new plans for the pages so there’s a more clear direction. Furthermore, there will be a change in priorities because this, the podcast, and the novel projects are the activities that are super important to me.
On the personal side, I really need for things to get better on my side. I want to write and do art full-time, and not have to depend on a part-time job to pay for my living. I already put the social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) on hiatus indefinitely so I can really focus on myself, and it could take a month, or two, and while I fix this site, I’ll work intensely on my novel project.
I want to keep the hope of being a writer and an artist because I feel the happiest when I write and do art. It’s a lot of work, but I have to make it work because I can’t live this current life anymore. The Arts is my only way out, and I want nothing else but the Arts.
With that being said, I’m looking forward to bringing you new ideas and changes for every person who comes across Olive’s Cafe.
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I'm Kathryn Oliver, born in Queens, New York. Although I currently live in Florida, New York will always have my heart, only because I feel like I belong, especially as an artist.
I was born to be an artist. Not a lot of people will believe me, but when was the last time you were born to be where you are now? Most people wanted to be President of the United States, a doctor, a lawyer, or a firefighter. Some actually do become what they wanted to be, others chose a different path. I chose to stick what I wanted to be. So, let me ask again: were you born to be where you are now?
Art to me wasn't just art, it's a lifestyle. I would live in it, eat on it, breathe around it, dream of it, and take it with me to my grave. I enjoy paintings, drawings, doodles, sculptures, pictures, literature, music, architecture, cuisine, and so much more.
However, I was, and still am, open to learning something new. I started learning Korean just for fun, until I began studying the language and the culture. Then, I got into linguistics to understand the system of language. I decided to go above and beyond with art by adding linguistics into it.
I started to plan a mission where I can contribute to the solution of the world's problems with art. I believe that art can make a difference in the world, and it can reveal what people don't usually see. If they don't believe in the picture, then it gives them the opportunity to ask themselves, "What do they believe?" With thoughts and words, art can open doors to people with voices.
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