Recently, I went to an outlet mall and ran into a surprising problem–that ticked me off to no end. It’s something I wouldn’t be surprised to face when I’m in the city and there are some obnoxious people around me, but the setting and situation were a bit different. This was a nice outlet mall, […]Read More Don’t try to speak my language
Okay, I get that families are a key part in the mystery and plot twists surrounding any soap opera, be it the typical American soap opera, telenovelas, or Korean dramas, but do you really have to play the “are they siblings or no” card? This seems to be extremely popular in dramas, and I frankly […]Read More Are they siblings or not? To ship or not to ship?!
A day when girls don’t talk in high-pitched voices, instead opting for a monotonous tone like Daria. I call this Be a Bad Bitch Day. I think all girls should embrace their inner bitch on this day. And it should be a once-a-week thing, so then girls get used to it and can adopt it […]Read More I propose a day!
Ah, yes, I am a millennial living in a first world country with plenty of my own first world problems. So here’s one for ya. It’s seriously a first world problem and kind of dumb, but I think lots of people can relate. Today I went to TJ Maxx for the first time in a while […]Read More My First World Problems #1: stick it in the bud
So this is what I noticed as a Korean-American (hence the focus will be mostly on North American beauty standards and Eastern Asian beauty standards). Obviously the Western and Eastern standards of beauty are quite different, but to be more specific, the Western has a desire to bring to life their carnivorous, animalistic, exotic side […]Read More Western vs. Eastern standards of beauty
You’ve heard me talk about my oldest and dearest friend before, right? Her name is Liza and she’s one of the most amazing people ever–always bright, cheery, and optimistic with an admirable touch of resilience, determination, and stubbornness–and we have known each other since we were nine (we’re twenty-six now, but again, what’s age anyway). […]Read More The story behind my name ‘enniya’
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I’m a really huge lover of all things cozy, and so breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. There’s something hearty and filling about the meal. Even though most people skip breakfast, I cannot. I love starting off the day with a warm meal, so I thought I would share…
Get to know me better! So you already know that I was a big aficionado of reading since basically birth, but did you know that that led me into being a huge Nancy Drew fan? I loved reading the mystery books (which, for the longest time, I was positive was written by one person named […]Read More My love for Nancy Drew games
Growing up Korean-American makes for some weird personality traits or habits, let me tell ya. I was never part of the fob (fresh off the boat) culture because I was born and raised in ‘murica and never fit in with that culture in the first place, but I was not whitewashed either. Basically, I didn’t […]Read More K-Drama heroine or ahjumma, there is no in-between
One of my biggest regrets, honest to goodness, is not beating my classmates in a race. You may be thinking, “Whaaaat?” but it goes deeper than that, really. It’s a moment that haunts me because I just think to myself, “You frustrating little…” and get mad at myself because I was the one holding myself […]Read More I was neither the tortoise nor the hare