It’s normal to envy others, especially in this day and age where social media enable people to curate a perfect version of themselves to share with the world. Even if content consumers know all too well that everything on Instagram or Youtube (or any platform, really) has to be taken with a grain of salt… Read More Envy.
“Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.” We intentionally did not go see the Eiffel Tower the first couple of days in Paris. I think my favorite moment was when we went to a rooftop cafe and while I was looking for a place to sit, I turned the corner… Read More The Eiffel Tower
I ate a ton of macarons and tried escargots.
Paris is no doubt one of the most beautiful city I’ve visited. I was overwhelmed with the beauty of the architecture and the wonderful sound of the French language. On this trip, I did not travel with the intention of blogging, so I won’t be sharing any travel tips, hotel recommendations, or anything of the… Read More Streets of Paris
I’ve been in a state of flux since my return from South Korea. Things have been changing very quickly and I haven’t had much time to pause and process anything at all. It’s always been go, go, go. This makes me anxious, tired, and unmotivated, because I don’t know what I’m doing anymore. It often… Read More A State of Flux : How to Deal with Change
I started drafting this post a few days ago, then my car got stolen, so I was going to discard this and not post anything because I’m pretty upset. But as I wait with hope that my car will show up somewhere somehow, I realized that maybe now more than ever, I need to reflect… Read More 17 things I love in 2017
The last time I was in Seoul was in January of 2013. It was cold, like home. I remember my blue down jacket purchased from Uniqlo in Hong Kong a few months before, my 5-foot-long scarf from a street vendor in Shanghai, and as many hot packs as I could get my hands on. I explored… Read More Warm days of October, a reflection on South Korea