Well, I'm done my undergrad. And it's probably the strangest feeling I've ever had the burden of experiencing. My life has now officially completely 180'd. I left my house, left my friends, left my roommates, left my school, left my life. And now I am living in boxes out of my parent's garage, preparing for … Continue reading Life is CHANGING.
It's a game. It's all a game. That doesn't necessarily mean it's fake, or meaningless. It just means that it's a game. And the thing about games is that however fun they may be while your playing, there's always a winner. So, here I am. It's my roll. I'm holding the dice, yet I have no control … Continue reading Your Games
I wrote something in my last post that I wanted to expand on: the idea that when we are alone, we aren't without anyone. We are simply with ourselves. But we are still a person, we have thoughts, and we need to learn how to properly hang out with ourselves. Think about it, when we … Continue reading Improving Your Relationship With Yourself
I feel so strangely happy today. I've felt quite strangely happy most days, recently. Even in the midst of midterms and being hella single on Valentine's Day, I've managed to remain ridiculously happy and full of life (with obvious minor exceptions.. hehe). Every day feels inspiring and everything I do feels worthwhile. Even sitting here … Continue reading How to Be Ridiculously Happy
I've just come back from my second time seeing the movie La La Land; apparently once was not enough. The first time I saw this movie I was with my parents. I was sitting beside my dad and joking about how long into the movie it would take for my mom to fall asleep, when the … Continue reading La La Land: A Review
Listening to your instincts; that's what it means to become an adult. We are arguably born with some moral compass, given that we are sane-minded and not sociopathic serial killers. And for years we live under the arm of our parents and live under their rules and way of life. Much of what we learn … Continue reading Listening To Your Instincts
I wrote this for my History of Food class (arguing if the industrialization of food is improving with way modern people eat), and thought I would share it: Although I agree that increasing access to a greater variety of foods might suggest that people are better nourished today than in the past, I believe that … Continue reading The Industrialization of Food: A Curse or a Blessing?
Last night, I walked out of my second final exam feeling incredibly happy. I sent the okay text for my friend to head over to my house, hopped on the bus, and called the pizza place to order my pizza delivery. I had just completely crushed that exam, it was snowing so beautifully, and I … Continue reading Bliss.
This morning I was feeling quite anxious. I was in a rush to get to class and I didn't really have a minute to centre myself and relax. There were a few things on my mind that were really bothering me and I didn't make a moment to clear them out. As a result, I … Continue reading Boost of Happiness
It's currently 3:08am and I have been blessed with the sound of a car alarm outside my window for 4 hours now. I have no idea how this is happening, as I was under the assumption that the police or one other human being would investigate the matter. However, I lie here a hypocritical bystander. Sometimes … Continue reading 3 am thoughts