Grateful for this opportunity for self-reflection and evaluation. I’ll be clear of my intentions.
I think it all ties back to the same thing: the pursuit of materialism, the...– http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2012/08/gangnam-style-dissected-the-subversive-message-within-south-koreas-music-video-sensation/261462/
wah wah wah
‘Tis the weekend! Not a lot planned this weekend, but I was welcomed with the news that my mom’s health is actually very fine (she’s currently in Korea for medical reasons) earlier this week, so I couldn’t have asked for more. Here’s to life~ *cheers* Just felt like sayin’!
I really want to make a dent in this world...
Is that weird?
Caramelized Onion Quiche? →
Learning to enjoy the little things in life
I was having an unusually uneasy day today. I think I’m definitely going through another phase of my quarter life crisis. I attended a dinner party last night to celebrate Dave’s birthday. Most of the guests are older than me and when the words “quarter life crisis,” I felt everyone looking at me with endearing eyes, saying “honey, you are so young! Enjoy your...
Lauren Conrad... actually a pretty smart girl.
*Note: I feel like my tumblr is totally losing focus. Sometimes it’s about my personal life, sometimes about my professional life, and now about something totally random! Has anyone ever thought to herself that Jessica Simpson, despite her ditsy-ness back in the days on her reality show with Nick Lachey, is actually a smart business woman? She now boasts a show, clothing, and accessories...
I WANT TO TALK TO YOUR EX-GIRLFRIEND
This is just too good… I don’t buy the concept of the “crazy ex-girlfriend” unless she like, shot your dog and burned down your apartment. I’m much more inclined to be suspicious of men who say their exes were “crazy.” I wonder why they’re brushing off a nuanced relationship experience by writing off her emotions. I want to ask, “What did you do before she became crazy?” because usually,...
Vivek Haldar: The empirical science of happiness →
vivekhaldar: “What makes one happy?” is one of the founding questions of philosophy. It is probably much older than philosophy, perhaps as old as human thought itself. But what the ancients probably did not suspect was that one day far in the future empirical research would answer the question with some degree… thanks to lil sis tiff chen!
Thought Catalog, my version
It’s past my bedtime, but I have a lot of self-reflection to do (partly inspired by Sarah’s post on traveling). I thought life as a twenty-something would be all fun, happiness, and paradise (did I mention partying?), but oh boy, I was definitely wrong. I think I’ve always had some sort of a goal I wanted to achieve. In high school, it was getting into a college. In college, it...