"It represents time – something that doesn’t really exist yet, somehow, it’s the only thing we have. There are 525,600 minutes in a year and I want to spend it on making beautiful things – hence the lotus flower. It’s on my wrist so I always question where I am putting my time and attention."
"HARIMAU in Malay and Indonesian means TIGER — which represents strength, freedom, independence, courage and all that jazz. Also, if you split it into HARI MAU, it literally translates to “Day of Will”, or contextually – “Today I will” (more proactive Carpe Diem). Don’t leave stuff for tomorrow, do it today. It’s all in your hands, it’s all your decision."
Very discreet if you can't have tattoos in the workplace. I wonder if my husband would notice it there? http://inkspire.awwomg.com/tattoodesigns/very-discreet-if-you-cant-have-tattoos-in-the-workplace-i-wonder-if-my-husband-would-notice-it-there/