What I thought would be a lazy rest day turned out to be an adventure! My friends and I thought of shopping at the nearest supermarket when a brilliant idea popped our minds: to go to Shinjuku. Continue reading
So we finally set foot in Japan! Continue reading
It still feels surreal. Continue reading
On life’s toxicity, Erin Brockovich and some notable advice
Erin Brockovich, a twice-divorced single mother of three, begins digging into a case and finds evidence that the groundwater in Hinkley, California is seriously contaminated with carcinogenic hexavalent chromium. Continue reading
“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” -Friedrich Nietzsche
Who am I? What defines me?
These personal questions and more existential ones are thoughts that run through my mind almost every time I zone out. Continue reading
January, the first month of the year — signals new beginnings, the dawn of a new year ahead and a promise of endless possibilities.
So here’s how my life went by lately… Continue reading
If it keeps the butterflies in your stomach rumbling,
If it keeps your blood racing,
If it keeps your heart throbbing,
If it makes an hour (or three) of commuting worthwhile,
Keep it. Continue reading
My long overdue birthday post. Continue reading
It has been a long time in months since I felt my face muscles lift to a smile while reading something and writing my thoughts down because of sheer motivation out of it. Continue reading
Reposting this article by Smita Malhotra, M.D. This article speaks to me in more ways I can imagine, I can’t help but share.
We can’t always choose the cards we have been dealt, but we can learn to play them. Like a flower that grows through a crack in the concrete, sometimes we have to make the best of our situations and bloom where we have been planted. Continue reading