Books that I have read at sea and what I really think of them

“You should always be reading something.” There are a couple reasons why I agree, love, and go by this statement. Firstly, I thoroughly believe that reading makes you a better person; it instills a certain thoughtfulness, mindfulness, that other mediums simply can’t. Reading opens up the mind to so many perspectives and ideas, furthermore expanding … Continue reading Books that I have read at sea and what I really think of them

Make Sure To Have Miss Saigon In Your Book

When I was about a year and a half old, I was taken from the only life I knew and transplanted into an entirely different country and culture, halfway around the world. I guess you could say that’s where it started. ~~~ The first few days after meeting my adoptive parents for the first time, … Continue reading Make Sure To Have Miss Saigon In Your Book

it’s the small things

So I did this thing where I stopped writing in my blog for a good two months and then sort of promised to write more like how I used to and then proceeded to not write anything else for about a month more. Here’s the part where, at first, it seemed right to “apologize,” but … Continue reading it’s the small things

You come to New York to leave New York

Speaking too soon can either turn out to be a devastating experience, or an astonishing one. In my case, it was both. ~~~~~ Remember that thing that made me feel like an idiot for being so confident that I had it in the bag? That thing that kind of slapped me in the face? That … Continue reading You come to New York to leave New York

A letter to old souls

Introvert/Extrovert. Type A/TypeB. Sun signs/moon signs. Alpha/Beta. Myers Briggs Personality type. Etc. Etc. Etc. The ways to categorize someone and their personality go on and on. But today I want to give some love to a group that you don't quite think about when you're trying to pinpoint "personality type": Old souls. I have been … Continue reading A letter to old souls