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
Growing up, I always felt lost. All around me, I saw that everyone had a hobby that they were extremely skilled in. My brother was an amazing soccer player and my friends were all practically prodigies at things such as basketball, art, and piano. And me, well, I didn’t have that. I never had that one thing that filled me with so much passion so … Continue reading “Find your Passion”
Two weeks ago, I decided to pull the trigger and finally buy myself a camera. Up to this point, I had been taking all my photos on my iPhone, or borrowing my brother’s camera from time to time. This was a decision that I had been anticipating and planning for months now, as it is the most expensive thing I have purchased for myself thus … Continue reading Capturing Moments in a New Way.
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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