What’s Bringing Me Joy in June 2022

We’re taking a material turn today to reminisce on five things that made my June to distract from the heartbreaking insanity that is the United States right now.

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The Best Thing to do in Boston: Walking the Charles River Esplanade

Spring has finally sprung in Boston! …Well, at least for a few days out of the week. But for those few days of 60-degree weather and light breezes, comes my favorite activity to do in the city: take miles long walks on the Charles River Esplanade.

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I Made a Valentine’s Day Card Every Day up to Feb. 14

Whew! 14 days of Valentine’s Day cards completed. Did I think I’d be able to get to the end? Only about 75%.

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How I Make Graphics and Sharing my Design Process

Am I a designer by trade? Not in the slightest. But as someone who does graphic design work for fun and for clubs, I have developed a design process that I use for almost every project.

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How I’m Using Notion in 2022

Converting to Notion for daily planning and productivity – let’s see how long that lasts

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2022 Goals for Using Social Media

While it probably makes sense to use each social media platform pretty similarly — just as a showcase of your life — there is some curation that I put into each one and a goal I have for each moving forward.

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I’m Really a College Student Now

A quick reflection on my freshman year of college. It’s almost a month since I finished my freshman year of college, and I’m finding it difficult to generalize the year in a few words. It would be wrong to say that it was “the best and one for the books” or “the worst school year…

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Bittersweet Holidays: My First Lunar New Year Away from Home

Repost of my article published for Her Campus BU on February 19, 2021. You can read it on their website here too. As expected, moving 3,000 miles away from home for college means that you are going to miss a lot of family time. With that, you also miss many family holiday celebrations. The Lunar New…

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A Step into the Recent Past: HBO Max’s Locked Down Review

A Film Review from your Average Jane Doe No. 2 Watching HBO Max’s new movie, Locked Down, felt like entering a time machine to the past, but the past was only less than a year ago and we’re still living through that same ~unprecedented~ time. Spoilers Ahead! If you haven’t watched this movie and care…

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Starting the new semester right.

Amidst my first New England winter, the spring semester has begun. It is very cold and snowy in Boston, and it’s the first time I’ve experienced single-digit temperatures outside. That was how I spent my first week. (AND a Nor’easter is coming in later today, which could end up being the most snow I’ve ever…

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