So, as of late, dieting has been something I've been trying to devote my attention to. And like I've said in a previous blog post, I'm a foodie, and I love eating, so this has been quite a tough challenge. But, I'm quite proud of the progress I've been making so far. I think most … Continue reading Konjac Jelly for Dieting
It was a frigid December day. The cold snap made my face ache as I made my way to the venue, but it didn't stay that way for long. I made the long trip to Seoul to witness my first ever TEDx event. The approximately three hour trip was worth it though, for I had … Continue reading TEDx Dongdaemun Women December 8, 2018: Showing UP
When I was young, I never really cared about skincare. I basically just washed my face with the same soap that I used for my body. As I transitioned into my teens, I switched to using a face wash, but my skincare routine was still rudimentary at best. Once I started growing facial hair, I … Continue reading My Skincare Story
Here in Korea, it is part of the work culture to go on outings or dinners together. Not only is this a way to relieve stress, it also gives people a chance to bond and get to know each other. During my time here, I've been to quite a lot of these gatherings, and it's … Continue reading Year-end Staff Dinner
To most who know me on a personal level, I was basically the definition of an iSheep. If Apple were to sell me the newest iWhatever, I would have happily shelled out whatever price Apple dictated for their newest, shiniest, piece of gadgetry. For years, since I've gotten my hands on the iPhone 4s, I … Continue reading Life after the iPhone, and why I switched back to Android.
So, since one of my goals for the new year is to take blogging more seriously, I am now currently in the process of updating the look of my blog. I just recently designed and purchased a logo for my blog using a logo maker I found on the internet (I used Wix). I wanted … Continue reading Blog Update / Construction
Hello, everyone It's that time again. 2018 is out of the window, and 2019 has arrived. For me, 2018 wasn't especially amazing, but I was grateful for the experiences. 2018 marked my second year of living in South Korea. It marked the second year of me living alone away from family and home. It was … Continue reading It’s 2019! Recap and Future Plans