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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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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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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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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What I Thought of My First Semester of College

And some unrelated photos of Boston and BU Going into my first semester of college, I already knew everything was going to be different because of the pandemic. I was fortunate to go to a school that was still having some in-person classes because we were getting tested every three days and there were daily…

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Unwrapping My Spotify Wrapped

Hello again. It’s been awhile since I’ve posted something on this blog, which is probably my fault because it’s been quite the first semester of college, and adjusting to something like that is not easy, I don’t think, especially amidst a pandemic. I am extremely fortunate to be on campus, but I know it’s not…

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How I’m Staying Productive At Home

(which is not really, but getting there) With everyone at home self isolating because of the coronavirus, working at home is a norm that seemed to only be reserved for freelancers, bloggers, and youtubers. Now, we’re all at home doing work and school in a country and economy that is seemingly falling apart. I am…

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