One Year as a Vegan: Pros & Cons, What I’ve Learned + My Advice

Even though it is quite well past a year of my vegan lifestyle, I still think that my experience with veganism for a whole year has taught me far beyond my expectations. On top of that, my discoveries of both the highs and lows of veganism have made my journey that more exciting and insightful. … More One Year as a Vegan: Pros & Cons, What I’ve Learned + My Advice

Can You Relate…

First time trying these kinds of fill-in-the-blanks posts! I’ve always loved reading these types of articles and have so much fun answering them in my head! Can you relate to the joy of quarter-empty peanut butter jars? Can you relate to my obsession with Indian food? Can you relate to my adoration for quotes on … More Can You Relate…

Tuesday Thoughts: The Alphabet of Self-Actualization

Attract the energy you desire in your life. Believe in the future and what it holds. Care for those around you. Don’t blindly conform to other ideals. Eat real, nutrient dense foods for your body. Forgive yourself for your wrongdoings because you are human. Give everything your one hundred-and-ten percent effort because you only get … More Tuesday Thoughts: The Alphabet of Self-Actualization

December Favorites

Big time apology for the late upload! I hope that you do get the chance to enjoy all of the favorites in January though. A lot of these were gifts and I’m incredibly thankful to have received them. I seriously haven’t expected to receive this many presents and I’m so blessed. In fact, not all … More December Favorites

November Favorites!

Farewell, November! Sorry guys, no video this time. I’ve been swamped because of exam prep 😦 I promise that I will try my best to make a December favorites in Hawaii! A YouTube video by the beach? Sounds so cool right? Anyways, onto the favorites! BOOKS The Paleo Kitchen: Finding Primal Joy in Modern Cooking … More November Favorites!

When Comparison is Not the Thief of Joy

Theodore Roosevelt held an interesting point when he said “Comparison is the thief of joy”. Soon everyone around the world preached his mantra. I cannot count how many times my parents, teachers, other authoritative figures, and even friends told me not to compare myself to anyone. But suppose we were at Trader Joe’s buying apples. We compare all of … More When Comparison is Not the Thief of Joy