Many people, myself included, have turned to yoga during quarantine these past few months. I was first made aware of it a couple years ago, tried it a couple of times but was never consistent with it until this year for a couple of reasons: one, having been forced indoors by the virus I neededContinue reading “Yoga to Feel Your Best”
I spend a reasonable amount of time balancing the rest of my body on my hands. An intricate cocktail of corporal coordination, concentration and sheer willpower, handstands will let you look at the world from a different perspective (heh). Years of negotiating with gravity in this way have rewarded me not only with an increasedContinue reading “Upside Down Lessons”
Recently I was talking to a friend about things that I spend a lot of my time, energy, and in some cases even money on, but I don’t want people to know I spend a lot of my time, energy and in some cases money on: things like eating healthy and staying in shape, butContinue reading “The 333 Challenge”
In my previous article, I am a raccoon: why I love trash television, I mentioned that Gen Z has been called the Burn-Out Generation. And I gotta say, I’m feeling the burn. Since it’s also the dead of winter, my tropical disposition has given up on leaving the house, choosing instead to rot on theContinue reading “An Ode To Baking: How To Give The Finger To Seasonal Depression”
Everyone who knows me knows this: raccoons are my spirit animal. I love trash. I like collecting knick-knacks, I save my movie tickets, and I absolutely love bad entertainment. I can’t count the amount of times my mom came into the living room and asked me why I keep watching garbage–or as she collectively calledContinue reading “I am a raccoon: why I love trash television”
“The truth is in the whole” might be some of Hegel’s most cited words, and although this phrase has inspired lots of philosophy, art and theory that followed, it seems like current younger generations, particularly known as millennials, didn’t quite get the memo. Apart from infamously taking pictures of nicely arranged dishes until they goContinue reading “Losing the ‘we’ in TV”
I like being a secretary. I keep track of all the information that comes in, keep it updated with checklists, and visualize it all in tables and graphs. It’s nice. It’s clear. It makes sense. In fact, I like it so much that I did the same thing with my Tinder matches.