3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe

3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe

They say traveling is good for your mental health and for learning new experiences. Well, not only is that true, but sometimes, it can make you feel more gratitude for things that seem so basic in your everyday life. After reflecting on my incredible time in Stockholm, Amsterdam, and Hamburg, I internally realized that I feel more grateful for three specific aspects in my life. Continue reading “3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe”

Why Living Alone Is Such An Advantage In Life

Why Living Alone Is Such An Advantage In Life

Just about a month ago, I was moving into my new solo apartment–my first one ever. All by myself…no housemate, no roommate, nadaaaa. Every square feet to myself…and I’m not gonna lie, I was waiting for this day for a LONGGGG TIME (especially after dealing with a lot roommate hassles).

One of the biggest questions I get asked about living alone is whether I feel lonely or if I ever become lonely at certain times. And to be honest, I think that is one of the top reasons, if not the top reason, on why people don’t live alone (or do anything by themselves for that matter). Continue reading “Why Living Alone Is Such An Advantage In Life”

A Life Update (YouTube, Podcast, more)

A Life Update (YouTube, Podcast, more)

HELLO! Wow, it’s been quite awhile since I’ve last shared a post on this blog…and I can’t deny, I’ve been missing it! Since my last post in February, there has been a lot of random life events, projects, traveling, and more, so I want to make this post personal and share all the new opportunities that I’ve had in these past two months. Continue reading “A Life Update (YouTube, Podcast, more)”

A Reflection on 2018, Envisioning 2019

A Reflection on 2018, Envisioning 2019

With 2018 coming to an end, I want to write this post to reflect on how this year went for me. As some may know from my past posts, the previous year (2017) was a year full of adversity for me, from transferring universities, feeling friendless, and not thriving in any parts of my career and business. Because of this low point, I made the decision last December that 2018 was going to be a brand new experience for me, in that it was ultimately going to be my year. And indeed it has…but now, 2019 is here and it’s another cycle of planning out my life as I approach graduation (honestly I’m screaming in my head as I type this). Continue reading “A Reflection on 2018, Envisioning 2019”

Why I Ask Men for Advice

Why I Ask Men for Advice

Who’s opinion are you usually seeking when asking for advice? As a female myself, this is not to degrade my own gender, but to rather give an insight on my personal experience with receiving successful advice and opinions, some that have helped strengthen my strategic and logical thinking today. It’s important to understand who we are asking for opinions, because often times, many people have a personal bias and this will cloud their ability to answer with clarity and truth. So here is why I typically ask my close male friends for advice… Continue reading “Why I Ask Men for Advice”