Food Travel: Mongolian Hot Pot

On Friday, I went out to eat with a friend who I haven’t seen in a long time. We grabbed lunch at Mongolian Hot Pot in Richmond and I didn’t realize it was Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot until we had already ordered our food. There were many signs and logos splattered everywhere, and it…

A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

I just want to start out by saying that this is one of those books that are perfect for mindless reading – a quick read that engages you through all the different perspectives it is written in and carefree enough that you do not have to commit to it. Lea and Gabe are in the…

Persuasion by Jane Austen

I thought that since today is Valentine’s Day, it is only fitting to have a Jane Austen book review. I recently (read: today) finally finished reading Persuasion. It took a while because I have been very busy with school and practicum things, but finishing the book made me realize just how much I missed reading….

#DATENIGHT | 011

B and I went to the Vancouver Art Gallery last month and it was a lot of fun. I could write a whole paragraph on my experiences, but I think in this case, “a picture tells a thousand words” rings true.    

My 23rd Birthday Weekend

This past Saturday was my birthday and B braved through the sudden snowfall in Vancouver from Seattle to celebrate it with me, which I am very grateful for. We went to Miku for lunch, which was delicious as always.     Afterwards, we went to the mall and B got me a new charm for my…

Review Session | January 2017

This is the first review of my New Years Resolution that I have set for the year, and I think that I’ve done an overall good job so far. Get to know someone better in my cohort program. I have tried getting past my comfort level and making an effort to work with different people, as…