Find my original article at Introvert, Dear. With the holidays around the corner, you’re probably starting to create your shopping list. When it comes to finding the perfect gift for friends, family or coworkers, you might find it hard to find a gift that’s not superficial, cliché, or impersonal. To hopefully make things easier, I’ve … More Gift ideas for every introvert, based on their personality type
Read my original article at Hearty Thought. Sometimes I find myself feeling dragged by my mundane reality and obstacles of daily life. My life is not nearly as glamorous as the Instagram photos that occupy my social news feed. In spite of that, there are still simple ways to brighten my mood. I have composed … More 4 sure-fire ways to brighten your mood
I’ve decided to officially keep my music page separate from this website as I’d like to make this page more about my writing. When I started this website, I had no idea what I was doing. And now I have found my niche and would like to focus on my journey as a millennial, sensitive introvert … More Goodbye, music page. You will be remembered.
Time just won’t slow down. It feels as if the older you become, the faster time goes by. It’s terrifying yet exciting to be nearly a quarter century year old. Every choice that I make now seems to have some monumental impact on the course of my life. A lot is happening to me at … More My Fear of Becoming Old
It’s about midnight and I should be in bed. I have work in the morning… but I know I can’t sleep, anyways, when I am brimming with ideas! Instead of writing the typical “things they don’t teach you in school” post, I think I should also give school some credit because I did learn a thing or … More Things I Did and Didn’t Learn in School
I’ve had 3 new blogs published this week and thought I’d share them in this post. They are also updated to my portfolio. Here’s two from Kidvisory (a website for parents to find activities and tutors for their kids): Develop Skills and Tricks in Learning I have written 3 practical advice on learning how to learn. The … More 3 New Blog Posts: Studying Tips, Piano Lessons, and Boosting Your Mood
I finished reading both books. I love them! China Rich Girlfriend is the sequel to Crazy Rich Asians, in case you were wondering. I find it just as engaging as its prequel. I think this series is written in a very clever and heartfelt way. This is the first time I have read a chic lit … More Book Review: Crazy Rich Asians and China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan
Of the little things in life that gives me pleasure, wall stickers are one of them. They are inexpensive, fun, visually appealing, and can “magically” transform any wall or room into a place filled with life and fantasy. Speaking of which, I am quite aware that spend my time in a bubble. It’s awesome. Below … More The Magic of Wall Stickers
(This is a piece that I am writing for Health Out Loud’s blog page.) For me, health goes beyond the physical. It involves having an emotional and personal balance, which is essential for mental and social health. Creativity plays a significant role when it comes to having a healthy mind because it gives us the freedom to express ourselves … More The Role of Creativity When it Comes to Mental and Social Health
I still have the original copy of my first book that I have written in my Grade 1 class with Mrs. Rutter. I remembered that she especially liked my storytelling. Clearly she helped with the editing.