Five Tips to Become a More Assertive Person

and How I’m Still Learning and Improving Besides the booksmarts that I destroyed my sleep schedule for in high school, if there was one takeaway that I absolutely appreciate, it would be how I learned to be a more assertive person. Obviously, there is so much left to learn when it comes to advocating for…

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Human Rights are Not Political

A few months ago when I started writing this blog post, the main objective was to share what I thought the world would be like after stay-at-home orders were lifted. And while most states are beginning to open up and the return to “normal” seems so close, the world is in a much different place…

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The Half of It / The Asian Representation in a Teenage Movie I’ve Been Waiting For

A Film Review from your Average Jane Doe As the title of this series suggests, I am not a certified film critic or film student. I’m just a teenager that watches movies occasionally when I’m not knee-deep in YouTube. Is that my preferred choice of video content consumption now? Because that’s a weird thing to…

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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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Passion Projects?

If you wanted to know what goes on inside my head all the time (cue Inside Out sequence), it’s just a lot of random project ideas. For some reason, especially when I’m procrastinating something else, I’ll always have random creative projects that get me going and want to make them. Then, they turn into this…

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