Getting back into a routine isn’t easy

There’s been a lot of exciting events happening recently for both school, work and personal life. They are quite time-consuming, but energy draining but I think the hardest part about all the busy-ness is trying to keep a routine in terms of health and wellness. For those who know me, or if you’ve been aContinue reading “Getting back into a routine isn’t easy”

Partnerships for all – Dignity for All

This past Monday was the International Day Of Peace. It was established in 1981 by the United Nation’s General Assembly as an opportunity for people around the world to promote the resolution of conflict and to observe a cessation of hostilities. The first Peace Day was observed a year after in 1982. Additionally, in 2001, theyContinue reading “Partnerships for all – Dignity for All”

Passion requires the balance of reality

Today was one of those days that started off a bit rocky. Perhaps it was reading all about Global Citizens last night, and the amazing work they are doing around the world- wishing I was doing more philanthropy with my life, perhaps its the realizing that I only have two quarters left of my program,Continue reading “Passion requires the balance of reality”

The sun will always shine through the cracks

About to head to the airport, but wanted to write a quick update! A month of living in San Francisco came and went within the blink of an eye. I definitely am sad I did not get to explore the city, or the surrounding nature as much as I would’ve liked to- but at theContinue reading “The sun will always shine through the cracks”

Hang on to the beauty

I’ve been in San Francisco for just over a week now, and it’s definitely been an experience and a different change of pace for me. I’ve been in a mix of emotions from excitement to frustration to embracing the unknown and the adventure. That’s just all a part of being somewhere new. I pride myselfContinue reading “Hang on to the beauty”