My Skincare Journey: Facial Hair, Sun Damage, Aging Prevention, and Colorism in the Asian Community

Can you believe that the end of summer is ALREADY HERE? Holy smokes, people. That is applicable in almost a literal sense because part of Northern California has been in flames. It is incredibly unfortunate to see part of our proximate home being decimated, wildlife being eradicated off the face of the Earth, and so … More My Skincare Journey: Facial Hair, Sun Damage, Aging Prevention, and Colorism in the Asian Community

Part 2(!!): Most Amazing Black Health and Fitness Influencers to Follow on Social Media

Sticking to my word from last time–yes, here is Part TWO of some of the best Black health and fitness influencers I’ve come across on social media thus far!! Granted, this process was actually quite challenging because I couldn’t narrow the list down to just 24 individuals. There were SO SO many to select from … More Part 2(!!): Most Amazing Black Health and Fitness Influencers to Follow on Social Media

Why You Need to Clean Your Kitchen, Dining Tables, etc. (more often than you do, trust me)

As a fourth year Food Science major and someone who knows dirty dishes and stained counter tops far too well, I feel incredibly compelled to write this blog post. Truthfully, I have also been guilty of forgetting one or two (once eight) dishware in the kitchen sink for a day and overlooking some cleaning and … More Why You Need to Clean Your Kitchen, Dining Tables, etc. (more often than you do, trust me)

What We Should Account For in Food More Often, But Probably Don’t (Hint: it’s not fiber or added sugar)

Well folks, it’s time to celebrate: Happy 100 Years of Popularized Calorie Counting! Yep, calorie counting propelled in prominence beginning in the post-war era during the 1920s, though the existence of the calorie was discovered long before. Ever since we began viewing the numbers on our food labels and instructed to pay more attention to … More What We Should Account For in Food More Often, But Probably Don’t (Hint: it’s not fiber or added sugar)

Being Vegan in San Francisco vs. Los Angeles: How Do They Compare?

All my life until mid-September in 2016, I’ve been a SoCal woman. I’m still natively SoCal, but it’s taken over 18 years for me to experience life in a new city (San Luis Obispo) in Central California. One area that is even more popular in California as a state would be the Bay Area. This … More Being Vegan in San Francisco vs. Los Angeles: How Do They Compare?

This Protein Bar is the Worst…and the Best at the Same Time

Have you ever loved something SO much but DESPISE just ONE of its big-deal attributes that the connection is significantly spoiled? Well, I have come across more than plenty of products with these circumstances, including skincare, clothing, kitchen appliances–heck, even watching certain YouTube channels and listening to some songs will have the same effect! Speaking … More This Protein Bar is the Worst…and the Best at the Same Time