A Third Approach

They say, "if you don't love what you do, do what you love." Exactly how many people are able to do what they love on this planet? Now, I'm talking in a sense that this refers to being able to land a job in a field that you're most happy with or even starting your … Continue reading A Third Approach

Hello, Portland

'Twas a misty June morning when we landed in Portland, OR. First thing's first - may I recommend, when in Portland, do download the free TriMet Tickets app and purchase the one-day pass. For just $5.00 a day, you are granted all-day access to the bus, streetcar, and metro services in Portland - this is easily the … Continue reading Hello, Portland

I’m Sorry, PDX

This will be a very disorganized, relentless rant and will probably irritate the crap out of those who enjoy traveling. Believe me when I say, I am very much prepared to be called out for "wasting" a great food city. This is not my formal travel blog for Portland - and practically has nothing to do … Continue reading I’m Sorry, PDX

Resilience

Resilience. It is a philosophy that has been implanted in children from families of Asian descent for as far as history goes. This survival strategy is practically forced upon every single individual since the day that they were born. I can't speak much for other ethnicities but I can speak for the Chinese - if … Continue reading Resilience

(F)unemployment and Exhaustion

Amidst the excitement and gratitude for my long-awaited freedom, the funemployment experience has been everything that I've wanted - and everything that I've not. It started with the crazy idea that I would enjoy an abundance of free time to do whatever I wished but the truth is, there wasn't a whole lot that I actually … Continue reading (F)unemployment and Exhaustion