Welcome to the design section of my FlyingFree blog! Part of my life’s passion is taking the creative ideas I come up with and trying to make them a reality! I grew up with a passion for woodworking, organization, interior design, and I loved every minute of it!

After the 2012 Olympics I decided to take my design hobby to the next level and enrolled at UC Berkeley Extension for a Certificate in Interior Design and Interior Architecture. My passion for health has inspired me to pursue a career in Medical interior design. I hope to design hospitals, medical centers, or residential for those needing at home medical care. With my Bachelors degree in Anthropology and desire to be in the medical field, I am looking forward to combining my medical and design passions.

This section of my blog will take you through my journey! From inspiration, through the process of schooling and everyday projects, to the final outcome! I’m no master, I just have the drive to try new things and I’m ready to figure out the way to make them happen!


New Year’s Resolutions

February 16, 2014

I have always been keen on New Year’s Resolutions. I believe it’s a great opportunity to look at how your life’s been going thus far and decide to make changes to improve it. Like any other human being I have to deal with bills, savings, investments, cleaning, cooking, and so on! My New Year’s Resolutions this year have a focus in this department!

My First Semester in Interior Design!!

December 7, 2013

A new passion of mine has emerged! For the longest time I didn’t know what I wanted to do after I finished swimming. Ever since I was little I constantly moved my furniture around to create a fresh feeling! Honestly, I had always viewed my love of interior design as a hobby, not really a career choice…

DIY Watch Display Case

June 15, 2013

One of the very first wood projects I decided to try was to make my husband a watch display case. That’s my husbands thing, he loves his watches. I wanted to give him a unique way of displaying them and I wanted to try to build it! At this point I didn’t have many tools, hadn’t built my woodshop in my garage yet, so it was going to be a fun challenge.