I'm unabashedly one of those people that loves self-improvement books, articles and advice. But, the problem is that I don't often incorporate the lessons into my life or change in any way. I'm trying to change that as I look for ways to decrease my anxiety and live a less-worrisome life. Here are the 5 … Continue reading You Live Some and You Learn Some: 5 Lessons I’m Trying to Abide by
For as far back as I can remember, I've been a worrier and over-thinker. Some of it was learned behavior, from close family members of mine, but, in retrospect, a lot of it was self-inflicted too. It reached an all-time high in college--I was a senior, studying, interning, trying to figure out my next step … Continue reading Confessions From a Fellow Anxiety Sufferer
Here in Los Angeles, we are going on five weeks since the mandated lockdown was issued. Although my remote job is keeping me busy during the 9-5, I've had some extra time to reflect and here are a few takeaways I want to share.
George and I embarked on a road trip from Los Angeles to Zion National Park last June. I'd seen pictures of Zion but didn't really know what to expect. Boy was I blow away at the beauty of the park--red rock majesties, green oases, desert swamps. We saw it all.
George, my finance, and I are big foodies, so this list is mostly little hole-in-the-wall, off-the-beaten-path type of restaurants we discovered on a whim.
As I'm sure many of you are too, I've been in quarantine for a few weeks now. In my isolation, I've found solace in my favorite pastime: reading.
As a west coaster, I jumped at the chance to intern on the east coast in 2016. And for 3 months I lived as a tourist in this vibrant, New England coastal town and had the opportunity to eat eat eat--all while still maintaining a tight budget. Best Sandwiches: Parish Cafe THE MOST DELECTABLE SANDWICHES … Continue reading A Poor Intern’s Guide to the Best Food in Boston