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
When it comes to self love, each and everyone of us tend to have our own definitions. I think the purse of self love and acceptance has been quite prevalent in the past few years. I've observed that there is a big cultural movement for self acceptance, practicing self care and bettering relationships with oneself. … Continue reading What Does Self Love Mean to You?
Hello world, In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage month that happened in May, I want to share some of my personal experiences of what it is like growing up Asian American. As a disclaimer, not all experiences are the same, in fact, our upbringings and cultures are different based on where in Asia someone … Continue reading Growing Up Asian American
Hello world, For the past couple of days, I've been so numb with all of the police brutality and mistreatment of Blacks. As I questioned my understanding of the situation, I dived into educating on prejudice and microaggressions. I want to help and contribute through my platform. I decided to leverage my ability to speak … Continue reading Translating the Dialogue: Taking A Stance
Hello World, It's been a long time since I share an update on my life. Aside from going through quarter-life crises, attempting to step out of my comfort zone, and social distancing due to Covid-19, life just has a way of throwing everything at you. But on a more positive note, my partner and I … Continue reading The Puppy Diary: The First Week of Having a Dog
Mental health awareness is becoming more prevalent and we all have our own stories to share. Here is my journey of finding help and I hope to help others who are looking for courage to speak up.
"The purpose of a relationship is not to have another who might complete you, but to have another with whom you might share your completeness." – Neale Donald Walsch Background My partner and I have been together for four months, and we have always been supportive of each other, especially on our growth. Not just … Continue reading My First Time Owning A Pet With A Significant Other
My aunt and I were sitting on the couch at her home. It has been three months since the last time I saw her, and her chemo treatments have been harsh on her body. She was frailer than I remember, much more fragile when I went in for a hug. Her hair and eyebrows were … Continue reading The Surviving One Percent: Growing Up During The Vietnam War
Life has a way of throwing things your way unexpectedly, especially when it comes to saying goodbyes to your loved ones. Life has a way of throwing things your way unexpectedly, especially when it comes to saying goodbyes to your loved ones. This year, I've learned to value the time that I spend with my … Continue reading Facing Grief Head On
Hello there, My name is Linh and I love to travel. I am a believer in sharing new experiences will let us learn more about each other. I love to learn new skills and travel to new destinations, so be ready for spontaneous trips and random Groupon purchases for things such as for couple dance … Continue reading To The Person Who Will Love Me Next