June is almost over.. since when? This month went by very fast, and I’m not even that busy! Before July comes to sneak up on me I wanted to write about how my life is going one month after coming home from graduating. June was a good month of deciding what I wanted to […]Read More June Reflection
Hello, I’ve been away from my blog for a few days, I had student orientation yesterday. I’m very excited for my Fall semester as a piano music major, with a minor in Arts Entrepreneurship. But for this blog I wanted to write about an interesting concept that’s been on my mind today. I wanted […]Read More How you do one thing is how you do everything.
I am soooo happy! This morning I had an interview with an at-home piano lessons company. It was a good interview, and I felt my responses were thought out, I am generally good at interviews. Despite having 2 weeks of piano teaching experience, I got this job on the spot! I love […]Read More I am officially a piano teacher?
Wow, another great book. I’ve been hitting the book jackpot lately by choosing good nonfiction books. This is for those of you who want to get better at a skill, or if you want to know just how Mozart and Da Vinci became “geniuses”. To be honest, I am intimidated to review this book, […]Read More Mastery by Robert Greene – Book Review
In May, my crazy self wanted to do a book challenge to read 40 books by 2018. I know, it sounds like a lot. My reasoning was to finish all of those books collecting dust that accumulated in my dormroom desk . It was expensive to ship the 20+ books home… so expensive.. But now […]Read More 40 Books Challenge
I don’t do creative writing, but I feel I should try different types writing. The purpose of my daily blogs is to essentially get better at writing. And what better way to exercise the imagination than by writing stories? Here is something I wrote down in my journal in Starbucks. It might be bad, but […]Read More Creative Writing Sample
“Do you want a quince or a sweet sixteen?” This question confused me in my teens, more than the fact that my Dad asked it genuinely. It came from out-of-the blue, For me, I was uncomfortable having to choose, so in the end I didn’t choose either. Why would a white-looking girl not fluent in […]Read More Embracing Hispanic Heritage
Two days ago I was lounging in the nearly empty cinema, legs propped up with popcorn in my hands, for five hours watching a livestream of the Cliburn International Piano competition. Six young talented finalists competed for a recording contract, PR coverage, and a world concert tour. There was so much at stake. Believe it […]Read More We need art now more than ever.
Hi everyone. Do you like the photo I found on google images? It’s pretty good for the topic I’m writing about! I wanted to write about how my life is going three weeks after graduation. Am I still happy? Am suffering from a career crisis? Will I contribute positively to society? My response to all […]Read More Finding freedom Post-Graduation
When I was a kid, my Dad used to say to me “You can do whatever you put your mind to” and I always shrugged off his corny advice. “No Dad, it’s not possible, the world doesn’t work that way, you can’t just do anything” I said in my stubborn mind. But now, his advice […]Read More The simple solution to achieving your goals.