Hello world, Graduation season is finally here for many college students. You've finally made it through four years of college, you've finally applied for your graduation, and you are a few days away from your diploma, arguably one of the most expensive pieces of paper you've paid for (willingly or otherwise). Many of us would … Continue reading 5 Skills Everyone Need to Know Before Graduating College
Hello world, One of the most important but also most annoying skills to have is knowing how to craft a resume. Nowaday, most jobs will almost always require you to upload your resume. Think of it as the first thing recruiters will look at before they even reach out to talk to you, it is … Continue reading How to Craft Your College Resume
Hello world, It's been almost a year since I graduated from college (Class of 2019!). I actually graduated from undergrad in 2018 but went straight into grad school right after. I barely had time to breathe as I strapped down for another ride. I've been sharing through a few of my posts on how I'm … Continue reading 5 Things I Wished I Knew After Graduating from College
A bad day happens to everyone, and we all just want to do our best to move on and make things better. Here are my tips on getting through a hard time, we can get through this.
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What is Bun Rieu? Bun Rieu is a traditional dish originated in Northern Vietnam, made with rice noodles, minced crab paste, cooked in a savory stock with pork bones and tomatoes. Most of these ingredients can be found at your local Asian markets, I actually bought them before the whole quarantine in place happened. Ingredients … Continue reading How to Cook Vietnamese Crab Noodles (Bun Rieu)
The phrase love languages outline the five ways of expressing and experiencing a love that is coined by author Gary Chapman. Each of us actually has a preference for how we want to experience love expressed to us by our loved ones. So in honor of Valentine's Day, I decided to have a whole day of … Continue reading *Special Post: A Whole Day of Selfcare Using 5 Love Language
Lunar New Year is one of the biggest celebrations in Vietnamese culture. It is so important that many people often take days off from work and businesses would close. Meaningful wishes are given to friends and family, hoping that they will have a year of wealth, happiness and health. Translate: Wishing you a full year … Continue reading Meaningful Lunar New Year Wishes to Your Vietnamese Friends
Plan for a new year of 2020. Transitioning into a new mindset and harvest a new attitude.
Honest money mistakes and tips that I wish I knew when I was in college that would have saved me thousands of dollars.