2017 Wrapped


All right, so I lied.

In my last post I said that I would finish wrapping up the rest of my post-grad trip… but clearly that didn’t happen. Oh well. New year, new me, am I right? Anyway, this post will be a whirlwind through my 2017, written whilst listening to my Top Songs of 2017 Spotify playlist.

2017 was a year of change, transition, and growing up (literally).

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The 7 Deadly Sins

Here is a quote shared by my professor for this really awesome interfaith dialogue class I’m taking this semester (which by the way I am so absolutely ecstatic for!) I love it because the words resonate with me in so many ways with where I am in life right now. Just a couple of days into my last semester of undergrad ever and it is already crazy busy and hectic, but hopefully I’ll be able to find some time to sit down soon and do a little update on here. But for now, I will just leave this quote here as some food for thought:


Knowledge without character.

Business without morality.

Science without humility.

Worship without sacrifice.

Pleasure without conscience.

Politics without principle.

Friendship without trust.

-Mahatma Gandhi

What I learned in 2015


Today is the last day of 2015.

Weird I know, huh? It seems like the older I get, the faster the years go by. This was something that my parents had warned me about when I was a naive little girl, anxious to grow older, to grow up. And now here I am, watching as the years seems to pick up speed and past me by.

One of my goals for the new year is to be more intentional with self-reflection because I think that only after you understand the reason why you choose to do the things you do, or make the decisions you make, do you truly mature and grow from the experience. So in order to kick off this resolution, I thought that I would reflect upon this past year and the things I learned from it. Continue reading “What I learned in 2015”