Late Latin anathemat-, anathema, from Greek, thing devoted to evil, curse, from anatithenai to set up, dedicate, from ana- + tithenai to place, set — more at do
1 a: one that is cursed by ecclesiastical authority b: someone or something intensely disliked or loathed —usually used as a predicate nominative
Stemming from sleepless nights spent creating various things until the wee hours of daybreak, yet somehow still managing to maintain a relatively moderate social life, professional work as an Art Director/art slave, and full time studentry.
1. a: artistic outlet and personal window for the crafty musings of said blogger.
So it's basically a personal blog. Why Anathemum? Firstly, my Yaya(grandmother in Greek) uses it occasionally in casual conversation and the word always stuck out to me. B, Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchet. And thirdly, the word feels good rolling off the tongue.
Here's a random picture of a small curio shelf in my room with a fun gold mirror behind it. A few of my teapots as well as some lavender from the garden reside there. I thought it was eye-catching and therefore worth sharing.