Chinese New Year starts on February 12th this year, and we are celebrating the year of the ox! Whether you are a believer of zodiac signs and all the associated traits and symbolism, or not, we can all appreciate the legacy of this Chinese tradition. (Read more about it here: LINK). To get myself prepared… Continue reading Year of the Ox
The new year is around the corner, and I assume most of us are anticipating it's beginning with greater hope and optimism. A reflection of 2020, for me, entails a bittersweet recollection. Whilst this year did not go according to plans, nor did I expect such turn of events, I think I made the best… Continue reading Year in reflection
Happy holidays! Merry Christmas! 'Tis the season to light holiday candles, drink hot cocoa, and watch terrible Christmas movies on Netflix. 2020 has changed everyone's life and what we determined to be "normal". I wanted to document how we managed to regain some of this "normal" throughout this holiday season (while staying safe). I am… Continue reading ‘Tis the season
Give your thanks to the autumn season and all the thanksgiving dinners (in Canada). I made thanksgiving dinner not once, but TWICE! Perhaps I watched too much of The Chef Show on Netflix... But it was so great to reconnect with family and friends (while following COVID-19 precautions: limit your social bubble and keep indoor… Continue reading Giving Thanks
The last two months flew by so fast. It challenged all of us to adapt to a new way of living and to accept the new reality, as peculiar as it is. Self isolation is no piece of cake. The challenges we face at home are more emotional and psychological. Communication with friends… Continue reading Now what?
I didn't get involved in many extracurriculars back in high school nor my first year of university. I remember feeling like there was something wrong with me for not being interested in anything school related, especially seeing how active my friends were at school. All this, and I can tell you that that mindset is… Continue reading How to get more involved in uni as an introvert
One of my best friends from high school came to visit me in Kingston this weekend. One thing that we loved to do back in Vancouver was to visit cute cafes and draw the buildings outside. We chose to settle down in a cafe across from Kingston City Hall. Though the drinks and atmosphere was… Continue reading Some Kingston Love
It has almost been a year since I started my first bullet journal. While I don't use mine as routinely as most bullet journal users, I have some tips on how to start a bullet journal. I also included some of my favourite spreads from the past year. 🤩 Find a purpose for your journal.… Continue reading How to Bullet Journal