I’ve been dreaming of the perfect haircut. Continue reading “Haircut”
Ever since the 8th grade, I was certain that business, especially marketing, was going to be my major. Continue reading “The Hunt for a Major– Woes of a Typical College Student”
I’ve been reading a lot of profiles lately of people I look up to. J.K. Rowling’s profile in The New Yorker is particularly memorable. Ian Parker is somehow able to analyze every bit about her– the fact that she wears little to no makeup, how she sits, what she puts in her tea. Continue reading “Career Questions”
When I eat sushi, the main focus point, for me, is the fish—at least that’s what I thought. Continue reading “Jiro and I Dream of Sushi (and Rice)”
Sorry for not writing.
I know my promise was to write every day, and I haven’t upheld that promise.
The easy and believable and somewhat honest excuse is that I was on vacation and had very limited access to wifi and not enough time to sit down and write a decent post.
But this, as mentioned, is the easy way out. I had dedicated my time to writing blogs. If I were more serious, I would have found a way to write them one way or another.
It’s hard to be self-motivated, especially when it’s summer and you don’t want to ever do anything. I apologize. I made a promise, and I have to uphold it.
Starting today, daily blogs are now back.
Following up my previous post, I want to answer two questions: why do street foods exist and what do they mean for the locals? Continue reading “Street Foods Pt. 2”
In a recent video interview on Jimmy Fallon’s show, Anthony Bourdain said that brunch is a “horrible, cynical way of unloading leftovers and charging three times as much as you ordinarily charge for breakfast.” Continue reading “The Only Meal Rich Ladies Enjoy”