The earliest example of hindsight in my life that I can think of is the eternal ringing through my childhood of my mom telling me to take learning Chinese more seriously because I would “regret it when I’m older.” Continue reading
Now that I only have a few months left before I graduate, I’ve realized a few things that have/could have helped me a lot in my college career. Continue reading
I’ve been the president of a student group for about six months now, and the experience has completely transformed my thoughts on leadership, time management and self-motivation. Continue reading
I used to publish 11.6 articles on average every month. The thoughts and ideas came naturally to me, and I had the time to capture and refine them. In the first three months of 2016, however, I put out a total of six articles. What happened? Continue reading
noun de·bate /dəˈbāt/
a lifestyle lost in another era. Continue reading
It’s December 2015. I’m in my second year of college, and for the past few months, I’ve sort of ditched the No Makeup Monday concept, mainly because I felt like I didn’t need a designated day of the week to chill from makeup. Continue reading
I’m at the airport.
Waiting at my gate.
Why not get some reflecting done?
5 traditions and habits that I realized about my life. Continue reading
I made a huge commitment when I stepped up to be the new EIC of The Northwestern Chronicle, Continue reading
Do you really want to know what I think of sophomore year so far?
Okay. Continue reading