Yup, that’s me. You’re probably wondering how I got here. You see, I had a great day at Disneyland and California Adventure last weekend. It was so great that after watching Frozen live, I skipped over to Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: Breakout and waited in line for about 20 minutes before I realized that the … More Cultural Relatability and Lack Thereof
Today I watched After in a movie theater filled with 50 teens making farting noises and running up and down the stairs. It was a little terrible. But I’m happy I finally got to see After after having to cancel on two different showtimes. Obviously there are huge problems with the movie version (see my last post), … More The Invisible Literary Movement of One Direction Fanfiction
I had to parallel park on the same day that I went to a gynecologist for the first time. That makes me an adult now. It has been three months since I graduated from college and in those last three months I have made changes in my life that I did not think I would make. … More Coping With Adulthood: September 2018
First of all, it’s not uncommon to graduate from UCLA in three years. Some non-transfer students enter undergrad with lots of credits from community college that apply to their major, and some students have short majors. Some students take lots of summer school classes, and some students take extra classes during the school year. I … More How I Graduated from UCLA in Three Years
I turned 21 on February 21st. It was my golden birthday. It was a fun day to celebrate myself, but I was not prepared for an almost-quarter life crisis. My almost-quarter life crisis is not as bad as it sounds. I didn’t impulsively buy anything too damaging except pit tickets to Imagine Dragons, which, I … More The Traveling Boyband Song
Welcome friends to my Best of 2017 post! I will be writing about the best music, movies, television that uh… that happened/I watched in 2017. First of all, look at my amazing graphic design skills. I really wanted to tie in NYE glitter and one of my good AMAs panoramic selfie. It looks better on … More The Best of 2017
If your heart was not pounding at 9:59 am on May 5th, 2017, you were not trying to buy Harry Styles tickets. And you were probably also not sitting at a campus cafe trying to regulate your breathing after you sprinted there 20 minutes after you woke up so that you would be on time … More I Love Harry Styles: A History
My last show of 2016 was Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I featuring the incredibly talented Laura Michelle Kelly and Jose Llana. There are two movie versions of The King and I. There is the live action one with Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner from 1956, and there is the animated one from 1999, which … More The King and I!
In March 2017, Broadway will be taken over by the most adorable, humble, most cutest person ever, Amélie Poulain (and of course her friends at the Café des 2 Moulins!). I had the privilege of seeing Phillipa Soo, Adam Chanler-Berat and the cast of Amélie at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California on December 6th 2016. I bought … More Amélie!
College freshmen have probably been packed and ready to go back to school/begin college for three months. That was me last year. This year, I’m taking it slow. (And also, nothing is fitting in my storage boxes at the moment.) I know what is coming and I’m not going to let my anxiety and fear get … More Back to School Jitters