M I N I M A L I Z M : Not blogging

I wrote a Thanksgiving post. It covered family, the science of gratitude, photos of my 5 Minute Journal entries, and my plans to bounce around 4 Thanksgivings like the custodial child that I apparently never stopped being. I explored how the holidays actually look and feel to me and--I believe--most people: begrudging, exhausting, bottled-up, too … Continue reading M I N I M A L I Z M : Not blogging

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Good ol’ days #1

Last year, my friends and I started EMAC ("ee-mac"), or Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities, an organization aimed at uniting the disparate Asian--particularly Southeast Asian--communities to tackle our regional inadequacies in social services, mental health resources, legal aid, youth guidance, civic engagement, healing from war and trauma, and translation services in all of the above. There … Continue reading Good ol’ days #1