There are so many stigmas about mental health, especially within certain cultures, where our parents are still denying the problem simply because they can't see the physical symptoms.
Author: Linh's Journal
11/14/21 – Finding New Inspirations
I'm not sure why no one taught us to be more sure of ourselves before sending us to college just so we can decide on a career for the rest of our lives.
Growing My Own Food
After a few months in the apartment, we struck a deal on our first home, and soon we began packing our boxes. Our new house came with a cute backyard, with a deck boxing it in like a small Japanese zen garden. With tons of kudzu growing behind our house, we set root to build our garden. My partner built the first garden bed, then came a second, and third. Between the first and the second garden bed, we used chicken coop wires to create a crescent shape for climbing vegetables.
How to Build Emotional Resilience
After the sh*t show that was 2020, my fragile mental state is holding by a thread. It was a difficult year for many of us, with waves after waves of global crisis, national crisis, and our personal crisis. I literally grew the equivalent amount of grey hair in my college years but in a span … Continue reading How to Build Emotional Resilience
What to Get Your Boyfriend This Holiday (Based on Their Love Language)
It's the most wonderful time of the year, between the quality time, gift-giving is one of my most favorite activities to do. This year is my and Andy's (my bf) second Christmas together. Shopping for our boyfriend isn't always easy, and sometimes we have to result to their wishlist (where's the surprise in that?) So … Continue reading What to Get Your Boyfriend This Holiday (Based on Their Love Language)
Adjusting to Anxiety and Checking In
Hello world, My part of the world has officially welcomed fall as of this week, with the weather finally made up its mind to stop switching between hot and freezing cold. Wherever you are, I hope you have been well this week, amidst the second wave of COVID-19 and the election stress if you live … Continue reading Adjusting to Anxiety and Checking In
My Favorite Restaurants in Savannah
Hello world, Being a coastal city, Savannah is home to the freshest seafood. Most of the places that we visited have different styles of cooking from each other but the quality was amazing across the board. The food is budget-friendly and perfect for all of my foodies. Check out my last blog for a full … Continue reading My Favorite Restaurants in Savannah
Dealing with Self Imposter
Self imposter syndrome (Imposter phenomenon) - the feeling of fraud, fueled with self-doubt. Where a person doesn't acknowledge and internalize their success. A post from the American Psychological Association went on to explain that people who have experience with this feeling often attribute that their successes were pure products of luck. The feelings of anxiousness … Continue reading Dealing with Self Imposter
Visiting the Beautiful City of Savannah
Hello world, Savannah, one of the most beautiful cities in the U.S, with its rich historic roots and mesmerizing scenic views is a must-visit destination for travelers. From museums, sightseeings to delicious seafood, I guarantee you will have a great visit to this charming city. Continue reading for my travel itinerary for accommodation recommendations,(location is … Continue reading Visiting the Beautiful City of Savannah
How a Toxic Relationship Changes You
Hello world, A toxic relationship is mental scarring. Even after severing ties, it can still haunt and inflict damage on us. Self-esteem, self-respect, trust, finance, and precious time. Things that could have been invested nicely elsewhere yet went down the drain and can take years to recover. Why are toxic relationships so dangerous? Many can … Continue reading How a Toxic Relationship Changes You