AZ Eats Part 1

I have now been home for about two weeks. During this time, I have been busy studying and enjoying the perfect weather in Arizona. I want to talk about two of my favorite food places in Arizona. The first one is Mountain View Thai Cafe in Fountain Hills and the other is Schmooze Bar andContinue reading “AZ Eats Part 1”

Fall ATL Eats Part 6

Since I am back home in Arizona for the holidays, I just wanted to wrap up my article segment on Fall Atlanta eats. This article will feature dishes from restaurants like Tupelo Honey, Cafe Sunflower, Canoe, and Joy Cafe. Tupelo Honey had an amazing patio dining and I loved their brunch menu. I got theirContinue reading “Fall ATL Eats Part 6”

College Friendly and Healthy Dinner Recipes

This summer, I have tried to eat healthy and stay fit. I used to not like cooking at all since I thought it took too much effort and time. However, my parents taught me two super easy dishes that I can cook in the comfort of my own apartment with very little time. For theContinue reading “College Friendly and Healthy Dinner Recipes”

My Travel Tips

During college, I have started to travel more on my my own. I have become more of a frequent flyer and learned what habits work and don’t work. You can check out my College Travel page for some of the trips that I have taken recently. Here are some of my tips: Always eat aContinue reading “My Travel Tips”

My Healthy Go-To Quarantine Snacks

During these months of social distancing, I have been very busy with online classes and also have started to live a more health lifestyle. I try to exercise every day by going on the treadmill for thirty minutes. I also maintain a healthy diet. Here are some of my healthy go-to quarantine snacks: Sweet PotatoContinue reading “My Healthy Go-To Quarantine Snacks”

Lessons that I have learned as 21 Yr old

Balancing work and fun During college, there are so many things to keep in mind such as classes, your on-campus job, extracurriculars, and recruiting. However, it is so critical to make sure that you schedule time for fun as well to help destress. This could be like a weekly lunch with your friends, going offContinue reading “Lessons that I have learned as 21 Yr old”

Cooking my way through Social-Distancing

As I have almost reached two full months of social-distancing, I have explored various different hobbies such as embroidery, painting, and oil pastel. I recently have gotten into cooking. I especially enjoy making dishes that have fruits in them. Here are two dishes I made recently: smoothie bowl and fruit bruschetta. Here is the recipeContinue reading “Cooking my way through Social-Distancing”

College Do’s and Dont’s

As I am about to finish my third year of college, I have reflected on the many lessons that I have learned throughout. I have compiled a do and don’ts list for future college students so they can have as fun or even better time than me. Do’s: (The order which these are numbered doesContinue reading “College Do’s and Dont’s”

Adjusting to Social Distancing

I finally have learned how to adjust to this new normal of staying at home. I was so used to my busy college life always out and about on campus or in the city of Atlanta. However, during these last few weeks, I have grown to become more relaxed and have discovered many new hobbies.Continue reading “Adjusting to Social Distancing”

Must Have Apps in College

As I am approaching graduation (Fall 2020 woo hoo!!), I have started to reflect on the most important apps that have proved to be essential to my daily routine. Here are a list of my favorite apps: Venmo-this is the easiest way to exchange money between your friends. It is connected directly to your bankContinue reading “Must Have Apps in College”