Writing on paper is what I enjoy most. Publishing a blog was a giant step for me. There is a sense of vulnerability when sharing something to an entire web of people. My main takeaway is that as long as you write about what interests you and you are putting something positive out into the… Read More Life: Keeping a Journal
To say that I have felt uninspired lately is a gross understatement. I had absolutely no spark of thought light up my mind to sit down and write about. In life, I have allowed myself to be swallowed up by the pits of the fruit I try to grow…maybe a bit dramatic, yet a clear… Read More Thoughts: What is Inspiration for me?
Bulleting past the Japanese countryside into the infallible city of Tokyo I am feeling at ease. I have an entire week of adventuring ahead of me. I am sitting next to my childhood friend, Joe, who is teaching English in Japan, going on two years now. He is my personal tour guide, sensei, and fellow… Read More Travel: Tokyo, Japan Part 1
Women are essential. We are a driving force of opportunities around the world. We are vessels of knowledge, strength, ambition, empathy, and forces of change. We carry stories of success and failure that help us learn from one another to improve our momentum towards future goals. I think it is important to recognize what we… Read More La Femme: We Need Women
I’m back! It has been a bit since I checked in and had some time to sit down to put my thoughts together. Taking time to adjust to my new life has stolen a lot of creative energy away from the time I would like to dedicate to writing and spending a bit more time… Read More Thoughts: Intentional “Me” Time
I must forewarn you that I am no expert on this topic. I thought I knew a thing or two about finding time to keep up with everything I enjoy, yet there is a monumental difference in mastering this postgrad. While in school I had some extra time, and I filled it with many hobbies… Read More Life: Finding New Balance
Its been a bit! Partially due to a bout of writer’s block and also due to readjusting to life back home. The whole postgrad-being-at-home role has not been an easy transition. There were days I would simply do nothing just because there really wasn’t anything to do. It was brain draining. This is the first… Read More Life: The Infamous Job Search