Food is life and if you can’t relate, something is seriously wrong with you. I eat pretty much anything – name it, I properly tried it before and if not, it is something I will definitely try. I love to eat sour, spicy (oh my gosh, don’t even get me started), bitter, and sometimes sweet.
The things I did differently this month from last month was thinking less about my goal. What I learned this month was to follow my previous post and stick with it. The other thing I did was not thinking about spending money. I left my anxiety alone and let it go. I did make one
I’m heading on a mini getaway this weekend to Assateague Island and oh boy, I am ecstatic to end my vacation with my Scarlet Sign Babes. (we miss you Julie) I like traveling alone but I love traveling with my loved ones even more. As much as I love traveling, I definitely don’t love packing.
I love wearing secondhand, so I tend to shop local consignments and I would sometime go length just to explore unique stores. I find it most thrilling to purchase good quality items for a cheaper price than retail. It’s the perfect combo – saving money while staying sustainable. At this moment in my life, I
“The intention of voluntary simplicity is not to dogmatically live with less. It’s a more demanding intention of living with balance. This is a middle way that moves between the extremes of poverty and indulgence.” 1940s. Duane Elgin. I have a hard time saying no to coupons and discounts so even though it is
I have been clearing out my 2 closets plus 2 racks of clothes for the past two weeks and I am proud to say I got rid of 65% of my wardrobe. Not only do I have more space, I feel clean and relaxed’. I kept some of the “what if’s” clothes because Asian people
The reality of why I choose to become a sustainable person is because I realize how much money I spend on just things. Things that just didn’t make me happy after a short period of time. Less is more they say, and I agree. This journey is a way to control my finance, personal growth,
I was born poor. I didn’t know back then that I was until I came to America. Being poor was in a way a norm back home, so I never felt poor or privileged and I was just happy. With that being said, I live a sustainable life unconsciously. We grow our own vegetables, and
I HAVE TOO MANY CLOTHES! My sister is still in college, so I use her closet for my coats and I have my own closet plus 2 clothing racks. Some people quote that you can never have too much clothes, but I think it is just for marketing purposes. I question myself if I even
All my life I wanted to be someone else. I wanted to be the girls I see on the streets and the girls I look over on Instagram. I obviously stalk them to death (no shame) but I realized that in doing so, I was losing myself. I was adding layers that weren’t me. I