Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of research about traveling. I’ve been researching flight tickets, reading countless travel blogs, and googling ways that I can study abroad in the future. I don’t even know if any of this is attainable, and I definitely know that I cannot go on these trips with my lack of income and well, with it not being legal for me … Continue reading Wanderlust
It has been suggested that there are four different types of learners. People learn verbally, visually, through reading/writing,or through action. I’ve always been a visual learner. I understand things best when they are interpreted into a graph or chart. I incorporate this inside as well as outside of school. To measure myself as a person and of my growth, I like to create charts. I … Continue reading Live a level 10 life
This is my personal experience with the book Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. I picked this book up at the beginning of the year, with the yearning of new inspiration for the start of a great 2017. While browsing the shelves of novels in Target, my eye caught sight of a vibrant, rainbow cover. Upon further investigation, I came across the words “Big Magic.” Intrigued, I read the … Continue reading Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
A few days ago, I went to the great San Francisco! I only spent a selected amount of time there, but I was able to snap a few photos. These are by no means great photos, even by my standards, but I thought I would share. On the way to sf. This photo is a little bland, but I love the depth of field in … Continue reading A short day in San Francisco
Participation awards… they’re commonly seen as things to give out just so every kid goes home feeling great about themselves. In a way, this is kind of true, because without it kids will feel inferior to others beginning at a young age. For a while now, many people have stated that these awards should not be given out to kids for the simple reason that … Continue reading Participation Awards
Happy Birthday Mimi! Thank you so much for everything you do for me. Year after year, week after week, day after day: you always put in so much effort to make me happy. I know often times I don’t show it, but I appreciate evrything you do for me very much. Everything from making me food, to driving me places, to jokingly(at least I hope … Continue reading To: Mimi
There is a common misconception that being alone and being lonely are the same thing. I used to believe this as well; I would feel incomplete without my friends with me. However, I’ve learned that there is nothing wrong with wanting to be alone somtimes. For introverts like me, being alone re-energizes you and your mental state; so that later on, you are able to … Continue reading Being alone vs. Being lonely
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