I wrote a post 3 weeks after I quit both my instagram channels listing 5 positive changes. It’s now been 7 weeks without instagram, here are 5 more positive changes: I quit my facebook. Now I’m even MORE productive at work. Funny thing is, I still have the urge to type in facebook.com everytime I open a web browser…but then I remember I don’t have it, and so I just go to work. How many […]
The More You Know This post is a difficult one for me to write. Mostly because I can’t exactly recall the moment when my perspective changed and became definite. It’s all been a slow awakening and I’m still navigating my way through the facts. I’d taken an environmental science class during my time at Pasadena City College with a very passionate teacher who didn’t teach one thing out of the textbook. She showed documentary after […]
I have been reading San Francisco Public Library's One City One Book - an initiative to get the community to read the same book at the same time and then discuss in book groups. The main mission - "by building bridges between communities and generations through the reading and most importantly the discussion of - one book, the hope is to make reading a lifelong pursuit and to build a more literate society."
I quit my Instagram(s) three weeks ago and already I have been feeling the lights turn on in certain departments of my brain that have long been idle, and unoccupied. Here are five things I’ve noticed of myself in the past three weeks: I’ve been able to accomplish more personal/creative tasks. I’ve been writing creatively more often. Pen to paper, and it feels so good. I’ve been reading more blogs which has been inspiring and […]
Living in San Francisco, and working in the Peninsula, I commute by bike and train and carry my whole day on my back. I bring everything from my breakfast, to my rock climbing gear to ensure that I have a seamless, productive day. Here are my top 8 commuter essentials that would make a great, practical gift for the Urbanite in your life.