I've lived near the Micronesia Mall my entire life. This meant that I am always a less than two minute drive to the nearest grocery store. I've always liked shopping at night, since high school. Sometimes, I'd go with a friend or my sister to the store if I really wanted something in the middle … Continue reading 9: History
It is the smell of smoked meat as the flames and ash rise in the air. It is smell of coconut oil on golden brown skin. Home is the smell of oil and fish wafting through the kitchen as I walk through the doors. It is the smell of vacuumed carpets and lemon pledge on … Continue reading 8: Home is the smell of sea spray on my face as the tide rolls in.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, parents are wiping the grocery shelves in a panic not knowing when they'll safely go shopping again. This has left a need for people who weren't able to get to the store in time and wonder what they'll do to diaper their kid when their stash runs out. Cloth parents … Continue reading 7: Emergency Diapering
Note: I wrote this in January. Today's topic brought to you by the reason I went on a nearly year-long hiatus from writing on this blog. That's right friends, your favorite long haired blogger became a parent last year. When I became pregnant I became extremely depressed and then I had the baby, which didn't … Continue reading 6: Parenting
(n.) - an energetic person who enjoys being with other people: I'm an extrovert. I've talked about being one on Basically It's Worse, which is probably the only place I've really acknowledged it. However, most people might not guess it from meeting me or seeing me in public. Most of the time when I attend an event (that I'm not required … Continue reading 5: /ˈekstrəˌvərt/
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