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"There is no syllabus or program flow after you graduate."
A few months before I passed my last requirements in college, I was shaken by irrational anxiety about finding work. The transition from being a student to being a graduate seems so unscripted and overwhelming, not anything I was equipped for even ...
“You reach a certain point where it gets too toxic for your own good that you lose sight of something important—yourself.”
Social media glorifies the concepts of academic validation and hustle culture. We are caught up in trends of being “that girl” and flexing achievements online. Comparing ourselves to our peers is becoming a natural reaction. Admittedly, there are times when we are ...
"I deserve to love who I am outside of my job."
To say that I’m a workaholic is an understatement. Simply put, I am a perfectionist in the worst possible way. I triple-check my planner every morning, I skip lunch to squeeze in an extra assignment, and I think about deliverables as I ...
You're allowed to feel lost.
I graduated college pretty satisfied with everything I’ve learned, but I’d be lying if I said that I had no regrets at all. To put things into context, let’s just say that I was your typical self-oriented perfectionist in university. I studied ...
"It helps me nourish my relationship with myself."
My first real encounter with astrology happened some time in junior high school when my best friends and I downloaded the Co-Star app for the first time and got our minds blown away by the concept of the 12 Houses and how ...
What are your parents' bits of advice you are thankful for knowing?
Sometimes we tend to overlook or tune out what our parents say because we think it is another lecture, and we fail to note the important things they say. I, for one, have a mom who did not lack in the department ...
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"You become your biggest critic."
It’s not easy being grade-conscious. We know that we add pressure on ourselves and think differently at times. However, I noticed that whenever I meet a fellow grade-conscious student and talk about our habits, it is something that we bond over and ...
"It felt like time stopped and my inner child came barging at my 20-year-old self’s bedroom door."
My earliest memory of Taylor Swift’s music is being nine years old, dancing in the living room of my childhood home to Speak Now, her third studio album released in 2010, playing on the boxy TV I had to manually press the ...
Based on my own experience.
Sometimes, I think about what it would be like if I was an only child. There are things an only child does not have to experience (for instance, power trips or comparison among siblings). I realized, however, that as much as there ...
Learning the language was what I had signed up for, but it gave me more than that.
In college, I discovered my penchant for learning new languages. My degree introduced me to this exciting world through our required foreign language component. I studied beginner Bahasa Indonesia and intermediate Spanish. And from that experience, my bucket list just got crazier ...
There will always be good and bad days.
I’ve been dealing with acne ever since the start of puberty. At 21 years old, my skin has been through a lot. Although my skin is not the best, I would say that it has come a long way already. Through the ...
"No amount of face masks could hide the fear on our faces."
I always look forward to December. It is one of my favorite months aside from my birth month. The air gets colder, nudging me to keep my spirits up because I know the holidays are just around the corner. As I take ...
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