As he tickled my fingertips with his, it struck me that the quality of his interactions must have been so different that what he considered a great first date was just a normal, easy conversation to me. But that’s not to mean that there won’t be a second date.
Category: The Journey
How to Have the Perfect Weekend
Start with Friday night cocktails at a place you haven’t been. Delicious food and cocktails at The Commissary! I highly recommend the seafood. If you can, grab a seat at the counter in the back room, where you can watch the kitchen team prepare your food! https://instagram.com/p/70XU8ORreb Play board games with friends. This game… Continue reading How to Have the Perfect Weekend
Protected: An Incident at Castro Valley BART Station
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The 4th of July – Another Day to Give Thanks
Two months after my seventh birthday, my father and I flew over the Pacific Ocean to join my mother and brothers in Texas. The gravity of leaving Singapore “forever” never hit me – ever. I’ve wondered what it might’ve been like had we never left, and though it made me very different from my peers,… Continue reading The 4th of July – Another Day to Give Thanks
How to Be Good at Everything
The first step is to acknowledge and accept that YOU CANNOT BE GOOD AT EVERYTHING. The second step is to forget all your preconceptions about how to be a good (fill in the blank).
Being a freelancer was challenging. For six months, I juggled hustling for work and doing the actual work. There had been little time for me to sit down and write it all down… and, thanks to my new job, I have even less.
Jenna clearly hasn’t learned anything
I’m afraid that if I explain the title, I’ll give it all away. I’ll explain it anyway.
The Ideal Conditions…
…under which I can write my most inspired work include rain, a cup of hot tea, and this song: