Hi, it’s been a while. Spring is finally on the horizon. Well, hopefully, because I’m really tired of the snow and shovelling and the cold, bone-chilling winter weather. These last two months have felt like the longest two months of the whole year, January in particular. It felt like the first month of the New Year would not end and just kept going and going … Continue reading Winter 2020 | Reflection
I turn 27 years old today. To be honest, 27 is a weird age – at least for me. I’m still in my 20s but I’m closing in on my 30s, and I’m in this weird holding pattern where I can see what I’ve accomplished but I haven’t reached any of the goals I thought I would at this age. The only metaphor that I … Continue reading Reflection | Autumn 2019
September is my reset. It’s the month that I hit restart. It is the most natural month to do so after spending the majority of my life in school. And after the summer that I had, it’s the best way to start things anew for the upcoming months ahead. My summer didn’t turn out the way that I had expected to. I had decided that … Continue reading Reflections | Summer 2019
The first half of 2019 is over and we’re six months closer to 2020, and I am in a state about it. I’m in a state of disbelief that we are already in July and I feel like I haven’t done a single thing worthwhile or accomplished anything yet this year. Its kind of depressive, to be honest, which is kind of how I’m feeling … Continue reading Reflections | June 2019
Sometimes one needs a change. You’ve got to switch things up and move things around. Start afresh. Doing the same thing over and over again gets repetitive. You feel like you’re stuck, that you’re stagnating, and that you’ve lost the momentum to move forward. May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada and Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPIH) in the US. It’s been a month … Continue reading Reflections | May 2019
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