I never get to travel a lot that’s why my most visited state is New York. And if I’m lucky, we get to visit Virginia to visit some family – but I haven’t really explored Virginia that much as like I said, we are just visiting family whenever we are in the state! So then,
Featured Image from: Pexels I admit, I always miss hearing Sunday masses. The last time we heard mass was probably last January, few days before our interview (which I might post in few weeks or so). But I always talk to him like literally every night before I go to sleep. And every day I wake
New York is a city of big views and spectacular sights. From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, there are no end of elite landmarks to check out. But what happens once you’ve seen them all? Today, let’s run through four things you can do in the Big Apple which don’t involve
Yes, I am just writing this now…in March. Our main reason why we visited Princeton this time was because my sister had this project in school that she had to try on some bakery and some sorts, and since we thought Princeton has few spots, so why not.
Featured Image from pexels.com This was initially more like a post-thanksgiving post where I take time to list down all the things that I’m thankful for the past year but I guess this is a good time to explain why I was in a not-so-long hiatus on the blog. So what’s up? Seriously, what’s up
No surprise that I started to love the ideas of small travels. It started when we had that long drive to Virginia to see some relatives and that was the first time we traveled out of the state ~ besides New York and Pennsylvania. We packed our clothes two days before we leave that’s how
Image From: Pexels.Com I’ve been staring at my laptop for almost an hour or maybe for two hours, switching tabs on Chrome, reading random blogs, listening to melodramatic songs on Spotify and realizing life happenings. And it just hit me, I mean, what would I ever be doing if I didn’t wrote my first blog