Life is too short to not enjoy chips

Yesterday, I went out with a few friends to buy some groceries at the nearby Schnucks. When reaching the chips aisle, I asked my friend if I should surrender to my impulse and buy bags of my favorite Late July Blue Corn chips.

“Don’t do it. You’ll regret it later, Daun.”

She’s right. As much as I wanted to, I moved on and ended up buying fresh raspberries and strawberries that were on sale. I feel like my healthy alternatives were influenced by the food choices most of my WashU friends make. Continue reading “Life is too short to not enjoy chips”

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Overused Excuse

I am guilty of this excuse. It’s probably the most overused sentence, especially on a college campus along with “I’m tired” and “I am so hungry.” Of course, I am talking about the “I’m so busy, I don’t have time for that” phrase. Continue reading “Overused Excuse”

First blog post

Currently, it is 12:25 AM on a Friday. It’s Mardi Gras week, so everyone (myself included) is making plans for the weekend.

Currently, it is 12:25 AM on a Friday. It’s Mardi Gras week, so everyone (myself included) is making plans for the weekend.

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The default “first blog post” picture. It’s pretty fitting, so I’m keeping it.

Earlier today, I had a pretty rough conversation with my mom over the phone. I told her that I wasn’t into cello anymore. Like many Asian students, I started the piano at a very young age of 3 and then switched over to the cello in 5th grade. For some time, I played to impress my mom and because I was pretty good at it, and then came a time when I actually enjoyed the cello. But in college, as cliché as it is, I wanted to do something that wasn’t very “me.” Continue reading “First blog post”