I’ve touched a little bit on this topic on a previous post, but over the past few weeks I feel like this topic has been looming over my head. Even… Read more Women in Relationships: The One-Sided Pressure to “Make it Work” →
We’re getting closer to the new year. So yes, it means we have to scroll through the same old “new year, new me” posts, as well as the “I’m cutting… Read more More Than Just a Hashtag: Goal Setting for the New Year →
I’ve only stopped using this phrase recently. Very recently. Like maybe a month ago. I’ve believed a lot of lies about myself. Some of these lies came about through people… Read more “I’m Just a lot” and Other Lies that Gave me Poor Self-Image →
“Are you sure they’re not saying the n-word?” Freshman year, 2010; I am sitting with my friend Jessica in her dorm as she shows me some of her favorite K-pop… Read more How Korean Music Unexpectedly Revived My Interest in Language Learning →
Quick Facts Name: Kim Haesol Dominant Language of Discography: Korean Genre: R&B / Hip-Hop/Pop Some Background Zion.T is a South Korean born R&B singer/songwriter currently signed to The Black… Read more Artists You Should Know: Zion.T →
TW: The book I’m discussing contains stories centered on abuse, rape, other forms of sexual violence as well as graphic medical detail in certain areas. Please be advised if you or someone you know would like to read this book.
Dating can be confusing. And as someone with a more analytical personality, I’m not into that. Not too long ago, a friend of mine posted on her Instagram story regarding her… Read more Adventures in (Awkward) Dating →
“Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself” (Matthew 22:39) This is probably one of the most well known verses in the Bible, right up there with “Jesus wept”. In his… Read more Called to Love: Takeaways from Everybody Always →