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0 Adorable | Saturday, July 11, 2015 10:18 PM


Hi,

I just wanted to post this because I recently finished the ever-so popular TV show, Friends, and I've never felt so much feels and sadness after finishing a series T__T

Maybe not a lot of people in our generation are familiar with the show, or only recently caught up with it. It started airing in 1994, which is the year I was born. When it ended in 2004, I was 10. No way would I have been entertained by this show in my pre-teens.

In the first few episodes, I was still settling to get comfortable with the characters. But the more I watched, the more addicted I became. I love ALL of the characters and their funny adventures. I love that something always changes about them after every season. And even if someone changes or decides to do something drastic, the friends stick up for each other no matter. I think that's so wonderful.

I adore Monica and Chandler. They are the DREAM TEAM YO. They're like my couple goals. I joke and laugh often with my boyfriend, and we can be very random and silly around one another. I hope that even when we encounter problems, we'll always have each other to comfort and smile, just like Monica and Chandler.


Rachel Green is an awesome character. I feel that I can relate to her because she started out very spoiled and ignorant of the real world. And she almost married a cheating bastard.


All of my life, everyone has always told me, ‘You’re a shoe! You’re a shoe, you’re a shoe, you’re a shoe!’ And today I just stopped and I said, ‘What if I don’t wanna be a shoe? What if I wanna be a- a
purse, y’know? Or a hat!’

That was me in high school and my first year of college. But then Rachel started to find a job that she really liked and worked her way up to build her career. I hope I can do the same thing. Maybe my grades weren't the best, but I still aim for all As next year even though I'm already a senior by then. But at the very least, I'm on my third internship. Yes, I'm not smart enough to be in academic research, and I never got any awards. But I work hard, I work very hard and I highlight my experience and interviewing skills to market myself. From now on, Rachel Green will be one of my inspiring fictional characters!

So yeah, I will miss this show so much but I will continuously quote it from time to time ;v;



My skin care routine
0 Adorable | Saturday, June 13, 2015 9:04 AM


Hi, I haven't posted in a while! I randomly thought about my skin care routine and it makes me realize how much I value it. I know a lot of bloggers and YouTube beauty channels always have some type of post about a skin care routine so I want to talk about mine too.

So firstly, there's ALWAYS a standard routine that I believe everyone should follow, man or woman. You should do this from the time you hit puberty because that's when your hormones start to go crazy and affect your skin.

So the standard routine is: 1) Cleanse 2) Tone 3) Moisturize

Do it. DO IT NOW. Every MORNING and EVENING. Trust me, this will do so much for your skin. I had terrible pimples before and I thought they would never go away until I started this routine. I didn't want to rely on anti-acne solutions forever that's why I started following it. Later on, I added more things to my routine and I plan on adding more in the near future.

So here are a list of products that I use in order of application:

1) Cleanse: Garnier Invigorating Daily Scrub

It's very affordable, and you can find this product in any local drug store or supermarket. It's a basic solution and will help do the job for you :D



I love how creamy and beady this is at the same time! I exfoliate twice a week.

3) Tone: L'occitane Eau Delicate - Fresh Face Water



The L'occitane store doesn't sell it online anymore, but you can find it in other 3rd party beauty stores online :) It's a lovely product and has a "L'occitane" like scent that's suitable for older women to enjoy.

3) Eye Cream: Clarins Super Restorative Eye Concentrate



I never considered this before until my boyfriend returned home from Florida and gave this to me. He got it as a discount from his relative's online shop xD I've only tried it three times so far but I think it does a really really amazing job! Good for those who have bad sleeping schedules and come back home stressed. lol.

4) Moisturize: Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion



When it comes to creamy products, I always turn to Clinique. It does the job so well. In fact, I'll buy the Moisture Surge next time because it's more concentrated and moisturizes even further.

5) Sunscreen: Clinique City Block Sheer SPF 25 



Every day. All day errrrrday. I might upgrade to SPF 50 because it's mad hot out. Even if I work indoors most of the time, the sun still hits my face when I drive the car and walk to the stores form the parking lot. That's why sunscreen is so important and it will help prevent your skin from aging too early!



Universal Studios and Disney World - Review, Tips on Budgeting
0 Adorable | Sunday, January 11, 2015 7:14 PM


During Christmas time, my family and I were in Orlando, Florida to visit Universal Studios and Disney World. I think it was the best experience ever and it made me revisit my childhood all over again, especially Disney World.

Universal Studio is well known for some of its thrill rides. It's not Six Flags level but close to it. I think the experience was alright, it made me break my fear of heights and drops from roller coasters. I didn't go to the extreme rides, but the indoors roller coasters were pretty legit too because they were very dark and eery and depending on the ride, it can get scary lol. I didn't favor the geography much because it was quite crammed. It was still good, especially the Hogwarts area :D




Now for Disney World. I think it was perfect for me, except for the immense number of people there due to the fact that the Holiday season was reaching its peak. It has a lot of parks, such as Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom. I won't go over them in detail but I'd say that Magic Kingdom was the best (obviously, it was the main park), and the best fireworks show was at Epcot. The fireworks were incredible, it's a once in a lifetime experience. They were simply EPIC. Especially at the end when the fireworks were so big and almost at ground level, I almost thought the sparks would touch us but they didn't lmao.

AAHH SO CRAMMED




If you're interested in going to these parks, I'd like to warn those who like to control their budgets that it is very pricey. Fast Passes in Universal Studios cost $88 per person. There are photographers in the Disney World parks and if you want to order online the pictures they took, the entire set would cost $160!! What a ripoff lmao. Also, we had lunch at a French themed restaurant at Epcot and our meal for 4 people, including a kid's meal and dessert, cost $95 wtfffff. The meals weren't even big and I could easily buy an 8$ meal of fried rice from a Chinese restaurant and I wouldn't even finish it.

Ehem. Despite the crazy budget, it was still an amazing, unforgettable experience. I loved taking pictures with mascots and Disney princesses. I loved the shows and the mini musicals, the rides, everything. My mom told me to save up so we can go again 10 years later lmao. Sorry mom, I think I want to save up for Japan next time :D Whoops.

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