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If you see me less, I’m doing more

If you see me less, I’m doing more

“If you see me less, I’m doing more.”

I don’t remember the first time I’ve heard this quote, but throughout the years it stuck with me. For once, I’ll be making an earnest attempt at practicing this, at least in terms of my presence on social media. It proves to be a challenging endeavor as I’m undecided at this time whether or not to share this blog post. Regardless, I’m finding this sabbatical absolutely necessary for furthering my growth.

Growth, be it physical, mental, spiritual, etc is always such an insidious process, and hindsight is always 20/20. That being said, energy expenditure on wishing I knew what I know now sooner is wasteful, so I’ll spare myself the unnecessary stress. (and based on this post’s pseudo-cryptic but really due to lack of continuity content, you very well can tell that I’m a little rusty at blogging)

But with that being said, here are my reasons for taking a break.

It Was Bound to Happen: The RONA pt I

It Was Bound to Happen: The RONA pt I

I’m a good nurse, but a shit employee. Apparently I missed the mandatory staff meeting last week over zoom. So when I heard that our unit will be converted to a COVID + unit, my initial reaction was wanting to flip some shit over. This desire was short-lived as it was quickly replaced with me brainstorming “silver-lining” scenarios. And because this is a blog, I’ve compiled my thoughts in list form for your viewing pleasure.

5 things I’ve learned living in koreatown

5 things I’ve learned living in koreatown

This blogpost should really be titled, “5 things I’ve learned living on my own.” Circumstances being what they are, I admit and acknowledge how peculiar the months leading up to moving out was. It’s almost unfathomable to believe that my last album release party for ...and then I woke up occurred in the same year as this coronavirus pandemic and its constituent lockdown and (first wave of) stay-at-home orders here in California. So let’s recap:

an introduction of sorts

an introduction of sorts

2020 has thrown everyone for a loop, including me. Despite the chaos of 2020–namely the pandemic, civil unrest, and the incessant feelings of isolation one must feel through all of this–there’s certainly a silver lining that isn’t always addressed. Everyone’s 2020 differs on a case by case basis, and fortunately for me, it’s been a time for growth, healing, and reconnection with what matters most in life. Though I’ve stopped seeing a therapist back in April, he once told me that keeping a daily journal helps with the process of self-growth, and since early-December of last year, I’ve been religiously writing, filling up three notebooks that are now filed away in a remote corner of my unnecessarily large walk-in closet.

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