NO SHAVE NOVEMBER CAMPAIGN – Daaamn You’re Beautiful

Yo Yo ! It’s no shave November. It’s getting cooooold. I need all the hair I can grow haha. But forreal whose struggled with body hair? Who has always had to hide it or use all these hair removing products, just to fit in the mold of societal beauty standards? I know I have. IfContinue reading “NO SHAVE NOVEMBER CAMPAIGN – Daaamn You’re Beautiful”

I heal. You Heal. We all Heal. The Asian Women Healing & Creative Collective

Learning to embrace every part of me–Learning and understanding that I’m beautiful–Not feeling ashamed or not looking down on myself and truly learning to accept myself as I come was something I focused so hard on for the last 2 years and of course I still continuously have so much more work to do withinContinue reading “I heal. You Heal. We all Heal. The Asian Women Healing & Creative Collective”

DYB Workshop #3: Transcending Negative Self-Talk

Hello Beautifuls. Since we were not able to discuss Negative Self-Talk in the last workshop, we are going to have one full workshop on this! Negative self-talk is detrimental to our growth and well-being. We have to wonder, when did this negative belief of ourselves sprout? Did we believe this when we were born, orContinue reading “DYB Workshop #3: Transcending Negative Self-Talk”

DAM* You’re Beautiful’s First Ever Workshop

In three day’s I will be hosting my first ever Dam* You’re Beautiful (DYB) Workshop: Working Toward’s Self-Love. DYB was first initiated in Oct 2018, to encourage women to empower one another and acknowledge one another’s unique beauty. We are all different, with different talents, personalities, and physicality. There really isn’t ONE beauty. And that’sContinue reading “DAM* You’re Beautiful’s First Ever Workshop”

When in a Toxic Relationship: Reflect

“This beautiful toxic love of mine .” When you find yourself in a toxic relationship where you always feel like your holding your breath, there’s no space to breathe, there are no boundaries, and you cry more than you smile, ask yourself why you’re enduring this?      Of course, there are beautiful moments andContinue reading “When in a Toxic Relationship: Reflect”

Taking Back my Body Series – If You Don’t Stand for Anything, You’ll Fall for Everything

“If you don’t stand for anything, you’ll fall for everything.” – In searching for love, for someone to understand me, want to spend time with me and give me attention–in searching for someone who could just be “nice” to me, I fell for everything. I fell for beautiful faces with charming smiles who winked andContinue reading “Taking Back my Body Series – If You Don’t Stand for Anything, You’ll Fall for Everything”

It’s Out: Relieved, video series

Last week, I posted a blog confessing my brokenness swirled in depression and anxiety, and my journey to self love and self care. I am so proud of everyone who has reached out to me confiding in me about their own struggles. I hope this journey we take together will be a great one. Let’sContinue reading “It’s Out: Relieved, video series”

Stage 1: It’s out

My Journey with Depression and anxiety Stage 1: It’s out Masking: the art of pretending you’re something you’re not or that you feel a certain type of way when you actually don’t feel that way at all. Depression is one of the worst feelings in the world. When you fall into depression, most of theContinue reading “Stage 1: It’s out”

Wabi Sabi’s not just my name, it’s a way of life

Wabi Sabi, a commonly mispronounced word  as wasabi. I can assure you that Wabi Sabi is far from wasabi. Back in 2016, I changed my personal Facebook name to Wabi Sabi. And the reason I did was after discovering the beautiful Japanese saying in the book, Another Country. I fell in love with it. The meaningContinue reading “Wabi Sabi’s not just my name, it’s a way of life”

My 7 year addiction

When you think, “addiction,” the things that pop into your mind are probably, drugs? Alcohol? Prescription pills? But, addiction runs deeper than just these. Addiction carries many faces: over-eating, video games, sleeping, shopping, coffee, and sex. And the list goes on. As for me, I was addicted to the one thing every single person inContinue reading “My 7 year addiction”