Exploring San Diego, CA

Hello! I had one of the best weekends of my life!  In my opinion, San Diego is the closest place to paradise in the US.  The beaches, friendliness of people, lifestyle, geography, Mexican food–it’s the best.  My favorite moments were driving around the beach neighborhoods, admiring all the houses and rows and rows of endless palm trees. Read More


Last week of being 26 years old

It seems that we only see the happiest versions of people on social media.  Constant exposure to advice articles written by nobodies, amazing travel pictures, food, friendship goals, designer fashion, parties– may lead some to believe they’re not good enough. While I’m trying to keep journaling kind of entries off my blog to avoid “naval gazing,” Read More


Valentine’s Day Weekend in Los Angeles

Hello! I had the best Valentine’s Day/ President’s Day weekend ever!  My boyfriend and I were dying to go on an adventure outside of the Bay area so we decided to go to LA for weekend getaway!  We’ve been LA many times and we love the culture there.  We especially love the Asian food and crazy aggressive drivers!  LA Read More


On doing dishes

The best kinds of people are the ones who wash their own dishes by hand, right after dinner, without being told.  These diligent dishwashers would make the best roommates, the best lovers, wives, husbands, sons and daughters.  You cannot possibly be a bad person if you have the discipline to wash your dishes the night of.  I’d say that’s Read More


I finished reading The Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

Hello! I purchased this book over the weekend because it was about time I started a new book!  I’ve read Gladwell’s The Tipping Point many years ago and I enjoyed it.  Malcolm Gladwell is a fantastic researcher and non fiction writer.  I find the topics of his research super interesting! He writes about how the economy, histories, people Read More