8 Self-Care Tips for a Better 2018

As 2018 is now upon us, I'm sure many of you out there are excited to follow through with your new resolutions (I know I am). You've written them down, set up your new planner, and are currently working on eradicating all the negativity of the last few years from your life by whatever means … Continue reading 8 Self-Care Tips for a Better 2018

The Professor

I spent four years with the same teacher, three of them in a club he was in charge of, one of them as vice president of said club. In those four years of high school, I had countless conversations with my German teacher, countless experiences, and countless lessons. Countless, but I'll try recalling some. One … Continue reading The Professor

An Effervescent Force of Put-Together Perfection

A month ago I had my pride hurt a bit by someone I have to see most of the week. The day after, I put a post-it note on my computer at work that reads: an effervescent force of put-together perfection.  I let my pride sting at home, but that pain manifested itself into a … Continue reading An Effervescent Force of Put-Together Perfection

What I Learned From My 30 Day Challenge

Recently, (about thirty days ago in fact), I made a post about how I would start challenging myself for thirty days to stick to those pesky New Year's Resolutions and grow into my goals. The plan was that for thirty days I would exercise (a work out or walking 10,000+ steps), study Korean (and add … Continue reading What I Learned From My 30 Day Challenge

30 Day Challenge: Growth

Every year I find myself motivated at the new year, and every year I find that motivation dwindle quickly as the weight of a year's worth of commitments weighs down my shoulders. Sound familiar? I allowed myself to remain in motivation limbo at the start of the month, because I was only at work for … Continue reading 30 Day Challenge: Growth