If you’re anything like me, this is a question you’ve probably asked numerous times. When I was younger, I thought that there would be one magical day when God would just reveal His will to me. Since then, I’ve learned that it’s a process. Instead of revealing a detailed list documenting one’s entire life, God will often just show us the next step to take. … Continue reading What is God’s Will for My Life?
The last six weeks have been a bit crazy, but definitely a learning experience. Without going into too much depth, I recently found out that I have endometriosis. I haven’t been officially diagnosed, but I definitely have it, based on my symptoms and family history. Anyway, I’ve been doing a bit of research and found out that going dairy-free can help with some of the … Continue reading I Was Addicted to Cheese (The Struggle of Going Dairy-Free)
Happy New Year, everyone! It’s so hard to believe that it’s already 2020. The changeover from 2009 to 2010 is the first decade change I personally remember, but this one feels even stranger. Last decade change, I was still in elementary school. This decade change, I’m an adult – in grad school. I thought it’d be fun to do a post on goals for this … Continue reading My Goals for 2020 (and Decade Resolutions)
It’s so hard to believe that it’s almost 2020. I’ve seen so many YouTube videos and blog posts about the “best of” or “trends of” the 2010s. What I find most fascinating is that sure, there are collective experiences, but everyone will remember this decade differently based on their stage of life and activities. I started this decade as a 5th grader and am now … Continue reading Do You Remember These 2010s Trends?
In late October, I decided to go gluten-free. I’ve had a number of hormonal struggles and I’ve heard that avoiding gluten can be helpful. So far I haven’t noticed a night and day difference, but I feel healthier and less bloated than useful. So whether you’ve been gluten-free for a long time or are wondering whether you should attempt this lifestyle, this post is for … Continue reading 5 Lessons I’ve Learned Since Going Gluten-Free
Christmas is magical. It’s the “most wonderful time of the year”. A season of kindness and generosity. Yet, to some, Christmases are hard. They bring back many good memories, but sometimes painful ones. For those who have lost loved ones, Christmas can be an insanely difficult time of the year. If you’re like me, you watch the news and immediately feel sorry for victims of … Continue reading When Christmas Hurts…
Today’s post is in the style of Wired’s Autocomplete Interviews. I just finished my first semester of grad school, so I looked up some common grad school questions and will attempt to answer them. 1. Is Grad School Harder Than Undergrad? To be honest, I don’t have a clear cut answer. My undergrad was in Broadcasting at an on-campus private university and my grad program … Continue reading I Answered 5 of the Most Googled Grad School Questions
Did you ever make a list of all the qualities you wanted your future husband or wife to have? My list has changed a lot over the years. At one point, I was totally concerned with my future husband’s hair and eye colors. Now, my list centers more on qualities like respect, contentment, loyalty, faith, etc. Growing up, my mom always told be that to … Continue reading 5 Qualities for Self-Improvement
(NOTE: This post is NOT sponsored. There are just foods that I like.) Some people choose to be gluten free. Others do so for medical reasons. I fall somewhere in the middle. I’m not allergic to gluten, but I do have some digestive/hormonal issues and have been recommended to see if going gluten free makes a difference. It’s only been a few months now and … Continue reading 5 Amazing Gluten-Free Alternatives!
It’s hard to believe it’s already December! Today, I wanted to write about why I’ve been so negligent at blogging this year. To put it simply, I’ve been going through depression. I never fully understood depression in the past. I always thought people were overreacting or stressing out, but now I get it. I’m by no means a medical expert nor do I want to … Continue reading When You Feel Stuck in a Rut…