A Week Before Saying “I Do”

Week #7 Update:

For week seven, we didn’t do anything because it’s the holidays! I just wanted to give myself a little time off from all the wedding preps and try to enjoy the holidays. On New Year’s Day, I was legit freaking out because it’s only going to be a couple of days until our wedding. O-M-G. Continue reading A Week Before Saying “I Do”

Japan 2017: Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto

Kiyomizudera (清水寺, literally “Pure Water Temple”) is one of the most celebrated temples of Japan. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto and derives its name from the fall’s pure waters. –Japan Guide Continue reading Japan 2017: Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto

Ten Reasons to be Happy | Vol. 3

I’ll be honest. Today, I don’t feel like working. I don’t have cases to work on (which is great) and it has sucked me into this black hole called WordPress. I have been commenting, scheduling, and drafting posts since 8AM. I feel productive. This is the kind of work that gets me going. This is also the kind of work that doesn’t pay the bills if you don’t sell a part of your soul. I have no immediate plans of selling myself to consumerism so I’m going to enjoy my work today by working on my blog. 🙂 Continue reading Ten Reasons to be Happy | Vol. 3

Japan 2017: Ginkaku-ji / The Silver Pavilion + Philosopher’s Path, Kyoto

Ginkaku-ji Temple, a Zen temple, was established in 1482 by Ashikaga Yoshimasa, the eighth Muromachi Shogunate. Yoshimasa built Villa Higashiyama den to spend his retired life. Continue reading Japan 2017: Ginkaku-ji / The Silver Pavilion + Philosopher’s Path, Kyoto

Review: Killing Pablo by Mark Bowden

I bought this book because of the series Narcos on Netflix. I wasn’t very familiar with Pablo Escobar and the series made me very interested in him and his story. This is the reason why I was prompted to buy the book and learn more about him. Continue reading Review: Killing Pablo by Mark Bowden