Debunking Healthy Trends 2020

Health has played a pivotal role in all of our lives this year. We are now at the end of 2020, which means we've reached another checkpoint in our health goals. Here's a deeper dive to some trends into this year: Turmeric Turmeric is a considered a nootropic (substance improving cognitive function). The root alone... Continue Reading →

Introspection

After 6 months of hustling on building something out of me, and 2 months of proving it. We often forget to just take a day to ourselves and think about what concerns we have within ourselves..  Some questions I have been procrastinated, but still considered are the following:  Why do I fear not having a... Continue Reading →

2020 Vision

I am sure we all came into this year thinking we were going to come up and grow drastically within ourselves. This year has symbolized 20/20 greatness for many until Covid-19 inevitably trapped us in solidarity. And with the continuing major riots from bottled up oppression from hundreds of years in nationwide for #BLM, wow...... Continue Reading →

Mental Conflicts Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling

To honor both Mental Health and Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), I'll be diving into how these topics go hand-in-hand with our lives. Asian Americans have come a long way up the workforce ladder moving into large corporations. According to Asia Society, their 2018 Corporate Survey Study shows 32% of participating companies having no presence... Continue Reading →

Boundaries Before Burnout

Burnout, we've all experienced it at one point in our lives. According to NCBI, it can have a wide range of symptoms both physically and mentally. There are 3 main areas of symptoms that are considered signs of feeling this way: Exhaustion: People affected feel drained and emotionally exhausted, unable to cope, tired and down, and... Continue Reading →

Permission to Start: Taking the First Step

Happy new month! I went on a run yesterday around Golden Gate Park to take advantage of the nice weather. I decided to listen to 4 podcasts to keep my mind going for fresh ideas, concepts, and paradigms. I discovered the podcast Tea Talk and enjoyed their engaging, deep conversations about the stigma between Asian Americans and... Continue Reading →

New Norm: Increased Awareness

Last Thursday I was listening to a podcast from Deep South Dharma by Christie Bates (This is What We’ve Practiced For) which ties into the pandemic and human life interconnections. As quoted in the description, β€œChristie offers some well-tested reflections that can help us develop the capacity to live at peace with increased awareness.  Here... Continue Reading →

Personal x Professional

Over the last decades, we have seen the evolution to the meaning of work, and how much it has transcended. Its purpose means so much more than putting a roof over our heads, food on the table and safe from animal predators. The world has industrialized to where our physiological and safety needs have been... Continue Reading →

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