Breakfast food isn’t as good at breakfast time. Yeah, I said it.
In a time where everyone is a critic and there’s plenty of platforms where one can share their opinion, is there really a need for “real” reviews that get printed by publications?
I do have beef with this idea that “knowing how to cook” is primarily associated with being able to cook Western foods like pastas, breads and the multitude of desserts.
I haven’t been all that honest about my food knowledge…
I have gone to quite a few places around Eugene, so I think I can throw my hat into the ring of recommendations…
I thought I should write about one of my most frequently asked things: which place is the best for coffee and studying?
From the mind of a fellow daughter in pursuit of parental validation, here’s my thoughts on Disney’s “Mulan” (2020): why it was a bad film in production, actual quality and overall representation.
Spending the first of many afternoons with my grandma to have her tell her story to me over sunflower seeds, while contemplating the complexity of identity, age, and our memories.
In regards to drinking, I kind of wanted today’s post to be a little story telling, rather than a typical blog. But I have to keep this light-hearted – no bummer breaks today… because it’s my birthday.
I didn’t realize avocados would bring me more than being able to make some nice breakfasts for myself.
Some reflections of going into 2020 nontraditionally, for once.
A few weeks ago, I used a dishwasher for the first time.
… the main reason my friend and I were downtown was to meet with my boyfriend and break up with him
Most of my memories of her consist of her thin-lipped smile, eyes that never seemed completely satisfied or happy at whatever she was looking at, bony and veiny hands that were always cold…
Pandemic dating. You may win some, but me (and many others) have been failing at the whole dating thing as of late.
Learned a lot through breaking hearts through the mail this summer. (advice included)
Fortunately, I’ve learned quite a bit from each date, so grab your notebooks, and I’ll break each date and its lessons down just in time for Valentine’s Day…
Let’s get a drink together~ my first impression review of Yoonique Tea Room.
Bobahead’s third location is right off of UO campus – how is it, you asked? Read on for my breakdown.
I open up about my struggles with eating and give strategies on how to see if you may be struggling too.
If you can and have the means, I highly recommend donating to World Central Kitchen – their mission is to feed people affected by natural disasters, and your help right now is needed more than ever. Thank you. AHHHHH officially a week of classes for my final fall quarter has just gone by! Where did … Continue reading Daily Self-Care Tips to Not Self-Combust
Since the end of my freshman year, it seems like any time I am going through a particularly difficult or emotional period, that I find myself at Korea House, a restaurant on Hilyard.
just some updates… and an announcement 😀
Short and sweet update.
One of my (many) goals for this year includes becoming healthier, specifically to improve my diet.
I’m really not sure what to do.
I think everyone is slowly going insane with the hellscape that is news and politics, plus balancing what that means for us economically… and socially.
Have you seen the storm of online activity related to Animal Crossing New Horizons?
Do you believe in speaking or writing things into existence? I thought perhaps with this newfound ~influence~ that I can encourage you to do exercises like this as well.
I think a playlist is very revealing of a person, especially curated ones that encapsulate emotions as deep as sadness, since people go through their feelings in such different ways.
If there’s something I think most people know about me, it’s that I pride myself on doing well in the professional sphere… but why am I feeling like I’m confronting a career-related crisis?
Blog Post Series
Welcome to the summer of staying inside. Though we’re stuck inside, I’ve realized I’ll do anything to feel something – that something has become cooking.
Short and sweet update.
I’m back – let’s discuss.
Coping through the Chaos (Early Pandemic)
So this is another mini-series!
Although I’m a writer and love writing in every aspect, I believe journaling is a different animal than the rest.
I challenge you to be really frank with yourself, if you haven’t already.
Had it not been for my aunt’s annual holiday dessert party, I would’ve forgotten that Christmas hadn’t even happened yet…
Was it just me, or did the holidays lack the festive spirit?
As much as I dislike the holidays, the transition into the new year is probably my favorite part. But what of new year’s resolutions?