10 Things I Learned Going to College Away From Home

I live 10 minutes away from Disneyland, but I go to university 20 minutes away from California’s capital city. It’s about 423 miles apart. I never thought that one day I would leave for university quite a distance away from home. Yes, I may not be across the globe like other students, but to me…

My First Time Shadowing

As most of you may know, ever since I was a wee little girl I wanted to do nothing but become a pharmacist. I even drew a future picture of Janet Nguyen PharmD in the sixth grade for a project assignment. Throughout high school, I was so confident that I wanted to pursue pharmaceuticals. I…

Metrolink to LA

This past Saturday, my friend, Lizzy and I decided to take the metro from Anaheim all the way to Union Station in LA. It was my first time using some form of public transportation in SoCal, so I was really excited! 0830AM. My cousin took me to the ARTIC station in Anaheim, and it’s huge!…

How I Brunch 101

I love brunch. I live for brunch dates! I like that time frame when ordering either breakfast or lunch is acceptable. (I think breakfast should be available all day!) Before I ramble on and on, here are my tips to having a pretty successful brunch: 1 . Put on whatever makes you feel happy I…

My 8 Visits to Tahoe

 I have visited Tahoe EIGHT times within ONE year. Oh Tahoe, how many times I’ve visited you and the infinite number of times I’ve fallen in love with you. Lake Tahoe is about an hour away from my university so visiting Tahoe was a MUST for my dad every single time he came up. I…

The “Going Out” Backpack

This is my all time trusty backpack for going out. I really like carrying a backpack because it holds a lot more stuff than my mini cross body bags. I take this backpack every time I go somewhere spontaneously! It holds literally everything I need and just in case something happens, I got my Mary…

Learning How to Knit

New summer, new trade! This summer, I asked my all time favorite high school teacher, Miss Parque if she could teach me how to knit. Thankfully, she said yes so here I am. Yarn and needles ready to go.  At first I thought knitting would be pretty simple. Just two needles and any type of…

Political Science 101, check.

I remember when I was still finishing up my first year up at Davis, my friend and I pondered about which classes to take during the summer. I remember writing down five different courses and Political Science 101 was last on the list of what we wanted just in case classes were all filled up….