Fancy a cup ‘o’ tea?

It’s no surprise that I’m a tea-aholic. Once upon a time, I was a major coffee addict, but now my sensitive stomach can barely handle a sip of it. Which is totally fine by me since I much prefer to sip a cool and refreshing iced tea. I finally tried the infamous and instagramable, “Alfred”…

Dumplings in Koreatown

Myung Dong Kyoja in #Koreatown is a gem of a place! 💎 It’s hard to find dumplings that dont leave me feeling bloated and these are it!! 🥟🥟They’re full of flavor and not a whole lot of salt which means I can eat as many as I want. Also, their ground chicken noodle soup was delish!🍜Lastly, shoutout…

My Better Half

On Sundays, I like to express gratitude for all of my blessings. Normally, I practice gratitude every day, but sundays are the perfect day to be extra grateful. My life is nowhere near easy but being grateful keeps me grounded and shifts my perspective to a positive one. My better half and I have been…

Sunday Reflections

I love the idea of a “Sunday well spent brings a week of content.” As the last day of the week, Sunday’s are usually a day to rest, relax and reflect. My Sunday’s are looking a little different these days. For the first time in three years, I’m working on weekends but that’s not stopping…

Dreams do not work unless you do

You know that moment when your surfing through Pinterest, and you stumble upon a quote that describes your current situation perfectly? That’s exactly how I feel with the  quote “Dreams Don’t Work Unless You Do!” I’ve always had the dream of being a Journalist. I went to school and received my bachelors in Journalism but…

Exploring Downtown L.A’s Art Corridor

Recently, thanks to WeAllGrow Latina and the L.A Phil, a group of fantastic women and I  explored downtown L.A. Even though, L.A is my hometown, I grew up in the South Bay which is about 20 miles south of L.A, but thanks to traffic it’s about over an hour drive and pretty hectic to get…