If you’re struggling to find the perfect shampoo and conditioner for your hair, it’s probably because they don’t exist – yet.Read More
As someone who grew up using Crayola watercolors, it completely blew my mind when I learned that some sets can cost as much as $350. Did you hear something? That was the sound of my bank account saying don’t you dare. But what I’ve also learned is that you don’t need the best art supplies money can buy to create amazing illustrations.Read More
Anime was one of the things that I thought I would grow out of, and for a while that was true. But as it turns out, it’s just something that grew and matured with me. Don’t get me wrong, there are still some ridiculous shows out there that make think “Damn, anime really is trash.” But one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, I suppose.
You know what isn’t trash? Shinsekai Yori, also known as From the New World.Read More
It’s no secret that I love MUJI. If I could, I would live in one of those MUJI-built homes in Japan. This aesthetically pleasing Japanese retail chain is gold mine of minimalistic and high quality furniture, home goods and, of course, stationery. They also sell basic apparel, aromatic oil infusers and surprisingly tasty snacks! But one thing I didn’t expect them to have, let alone impress me with, is skincare products.Read More
I don’t know about you, but I sucked at keeping a planner. One missed day became two. Two days became a week. And before I knew it, I was crawling back to Google Calendar and scattered to-do lists written on Post-It notes. For that reason, I never bothered looking for the perfect planner.
I’m pretty sure that if I tried searching, however, I’d end up getting a Passion Planner.
The Passion Planner was created by Angelia Trinidad, a fellow UCLA alumni who, like many recent college grads, felt lost and uncertain about her future after being thrown into the “real world”. She turned her post-graduate struggles into a Kickstarter success and now, the Passion Planner is helping people find their passions and achieve their goals.
While I’m more than happy with my bullet journal, the opportunity to try the Passion Planner presented itself last year in the form of a very generous giveaway at UCLA – I’m talking 20,000 free planners. My brother, who thinks he’s too good for a planner, gave me his to try out. And after about two months of using it, I’m here to share my thoughts on the Passion Planner.Read More