Be Mad

Every time I open my computer or check my phone, it seems like someone out there is begging me to be angry or just trying to feed off the fact my blood temperature is rising. Picture yourself as a recruiter for a Fortune 500 company. Thousand dollar suit. Corner office. Clear blue skies, you just… Continue reading Be Mad

Harder Ways: How to Buy Your Happiness

read first: Harder Ways: Introduction retail therapy This previous Sunday, as I was watching the Super Bowl amidst 30 screeching fraternity brothers, I came across a Snapchat story from a company called Nifty with the feature title of "33 Affordable Little Products That Will Make You So Much Happier." Reading through the overly-long list of items,… Continue reading Harder Ways: How to Buy Your Happiness

sus·te·nance

some insight Whenever I tell people about my blog, I usually get a response like, "Oh, what's it about?", "What do you write about?", or "Get away from me." To be honest, I haven't really formulated a way of putting the meaning or purpose behind my writing into a short explanation. I always end up thinking… Continue reading sus·te·nance

Harder Ways: The Importance of Time

Read First: Harder Ways: Introduction Each and every human being is born on this planet with a set of attributes to their life that they had no control over. Just as we had no control over our genetics, we also had no control over where we would grow up, the experiences we would have. As random… Continue reading Harder Ways: The Importance of Time

Bad at School

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” - Albert Einstein At the end of the day, I’m not good at school. To be honest, I was never good at school. As much as I… Continue reading Bad at School

A Dedication

This is a dedication to those who have made who I am possible, for my own journey begins long before I was born. In the December of 1996, a young Chinese student temporarily left behind his family and a homeland recovering from turmoil, crossing the Pacific with only two suitcases. Only the bare necessities in… Continue reading A Dedication