One of my least favorite thing about capitalism is probably the stuff. When people obsess over the value of themselves through the value of the things that they have. It's crazy to see the amount of stuff people try to get rid of on the Facebook marketplaces. How often those things are just a result … Continue reading 4: Stuff
So recently, my sister shared this written thingy on the internet called " Addressing Toxic Behaviors in Filipino Families". It's insane to me that toxicity is actually considered a cultural practice for an entire race of people. Of course, most of these people don't realize that it's even toxic, which is why it's so prevalent. … Continue reading 3: Too High, Can’t Come Down
For context: I have a friend who is currently in Oregon for an internship (hey girl, what's up?) and will be learning to cook while she's away. She asked for recipes and apparently, I had a lot to say. So for anyone else out there looking for some quick and easy stuff, here you go! … Continue reading 2: Lazy Girl Meals
I don’t have to explain myself to you (regarding my long absence) but I will. That day, however, is not today so let’s talk about something else. We’re starting again from the top, except this time I’m not going to try and do 100 days in a row. Instead, we’re going to try 100 days … Continue reading 1: New Year, New Goals
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It's Earth Month and you know what that means: marches, campaigns and sales. I'm here to babble on about a trend sweeping some regions: zero waste. Of course to many it's less of a trend and more of a lifestyle choice which is great! It deserves to be more than a trend. Sometimes it can … Continue reading 35: Here’s the thing about Zero-Waste
There's a hot topic going across the U.S. right now and it's representation of different ethnicities and cultures in film. Asian-Americans are now rising beyond the nerdy sidekick. African Americans are now taking control of the narrative by producing their own. The standards for included minorities is now higher; it is no longer acceptable when … Continue reading 34: Representation