Pumpkin Spice = Basic?

It’s finally that time of the year, where the leaves on the trees change colors and the sun starts setting much earlier than we would like. More importantly, Starbucks and other trendy coffee shops start putting out their well-known pumpkin spice latte. Pumpkin spice has become such a huge trend in the past two decades…

Relaxation Increases Work Efficiency

Nowadays, people are hustling with their lives and works. After tons of works, people need some relaxation. Relax can help people to recap their energy and get the power to get in the new work. Here are some tips to help you take a deep relaxation and have a high motivation to restart the day….

A Dog is a Man’s Best Friend

People who don’t have dogs don’t truly understand the bond a man/woman has with their dog. Dog’s are not just animals who stay in your house and eat your food, they are so much more than that. When you are lonely, dogs keep you company and try to boost up your mood by playing with…

Weed and Paranoia

In most of my posts about marijuana, I focus on highlighting the positives of the herb and all it can do to help people. I want to now address one of its negative effects, and ways in which to help make every high a happy one. Paranoia is something that most people have experienced or…

Daylight Saving Time is Pointless

After a longer day and a shorter night throughout the summer, to give us more time outside during the pandemic, there is nothing worse than waking up to seemingly one hour less of sunlight. Even as we transition from spring to summer, nothing is also worse than losing that precious hour of sleep that most…

Three Movies Inspired Me

The Devil Wears Prada The first time I watched this movie was when I was 16-year-old. I was on the flight from China to Toronto. It talks about the fashion magazine’s assistant life. After watching this show, I dreamed of working for designer brands after watching the movie several times and rethink the fashion industry….

The Importance of Embracing your Culture

One of the most important things for me is to know about your culture, like the history of it, the food, and the language. I was born in New York City, but my mom is from Puerto Rico and my dad is from the Dominican Republic. I never thought about it much before, but my…

4.5 Reasons to Live Love Polish

Until my recent adult years, I have never been one to fall into girlish activities. Dressing up and putting on makeup seemed like more of a chore than it could ever be fun, as well as shaving any existing hair on your body. One day, my friend gifted me this temperature reactive nail polish from…

Weed Wins in The 2020 Elections

I mentioned in my first marijuana-themed blog post, Marijuana, The Best Study Bud-y, that twelve states have legalized some level of marijuana use. Now, with the 2020 election results coming in, there are an additional four states that have legalized marijuana, and even one that legalized magic mushrooms and other drugs. Arizona, Montana, New Jersey,…

My top 3 Netflix series:

Grey’s Anatomy: According to abc.com ” Recipient of the 2007 Golden Globe Award for Best Drama Television Series and nominated for multiple Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series, “Grey’s Anatomy” is considered one of the great television shows of our time. The high-intensity medical drama, now in its 17th season, follows Meredith Grey and the team of doctors…

My Top 5 authors when I was growing up:

I was considered to be bookworm all my life. In case anyone reading this is unfamiliar with this term I shall help with the confusion. According to the dictionary the term bookwork is defined as the following “a person devoted to reading.” Being that this is a term that has always defined me you might…

Marijuana and Opioid Addiction

I’m sure that at some point you’ve all heard someone say that weed is a so-called “gateway drug,” implying that if you smoke weed you’re at risk for trying other, more dangerous, drugs. This is simply not true. Marijuana is a natural substance, and as I discussed in my last blog, is even less dangerous…

Get ready for the midterm exam

The midterm exam is coming! Are you struggling with course materials? and you worry about your score? Studying for half of the semester, we should be familiar with the course materials, and what might be expected in the exam. Get ready for the midterm exam, and expect your achievements in the coming week! Don’t be…

COVID-19 v. Zombie Apocalypse

As we know COVID-19 is still up in the air and it makes us question if other things are possible. Being stuck in quarantine made me believe in the impossible. If we can be quarantined for months without going outside who knows what else will happen. It got me thinking about a zombie apocalypse and…

Gov still doesn’t prioritize the needs of the disabled community

Being a person who has been through almost 19 years of life, I have taken notice of something that often goes unheard of and definitely must be voiced. Over the years of being a student to three public schools, I couldn’t help but notice that there is very little attention paid to the needs of…

Several Kinds of Small

Out everything that I have accomplished, performed, acted and reacted to in my life, the thing that most people identify me as is “small.” I am five feet on the dot, my muscles are nonexistent, and I probably weigh less than most females my age. Every single day I can find a different challenge for…