a title that carries beyond just the generation that has moved
background /ˈbakˌground/, n.
Facebook had the courtesy to remind me this week that it had been a year since I’d last written about my post-grad experience. Given that I have… Read more “background /ˈbakˌground/, n.”
from /frəm/, prep.
Back when I was at Berkeley, I worked as a writing tutor at our school’s Student Learning Center for two years. I’d initially been reluctant to even… Read more “from /frəm/, prep.”
warmth /wôrmTH/, n.
It has taken me three years to finish writing in my current journal. I’m a little mortified that it has taken me this long to do so… Read more “warmth /wôrmTH/, n.”
48 Hours in Washington D.C.
Several months before graduating, I told myself that I would travel more after I left school. I didn’t necessarily mean I could go abroad; I also just wanted… Read more “48 Hours in Washington D.C.”
What’s your M.O.?
“What’s your M.O.?” One of my brother’s close friends asked me this question earlier this week. I think I must have given her a funny look because… Read more “What’s your M.O.?”
Moving Forward While Looking Backward
I found myself languidly enjoying a level of freedom that only the Thursday night of your final spring break could give you. There were plenty of things I could’ve… Read more “Moving Forward While Looking Backward”
The Beginning of the Most Wonderful Time
My family’s never really celebrated Thanksgiving in the conventional sense of the holiday (Hot pot instead of turkey, anyone?), but the older I get, the more I’ve… Read more “The Beginning of the Most Wonderful Time”
Learning How to Say Good-bye
I’ve always had a soft spot for Peter Pan — even if I’ve never been able to pinpoint precisely what caught my attention and heart so firmly. It’s not the tale… Read more “Learning How to Say Good-bye”