• I got back to properly running again last week and so it seemed like the perfect time to finally document and share the lessons (and reminders) that training for and running a marathon taught me. In case you didn’t know, I ran my first

  • It’s exactly 2 years ago today that I didn’t really graduate from Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) but walked across the stage anyway and exactly 1 year ago today that I did graduate from Stanford Engineering and walk

  • Me: I think something is broken and I tried my best to gather the pieces but I lost a piece along the way.” SWF: Why do we think we need to be whole? And this is what I can’t stop thinking about. Who told me that I needed to be

  • I am extra. Only sometimes. But that’s not news to people who know me. One of the ways my “extraness” manifests is in planning and executing photoshoots in various destinations of the world. Today, I am sharing a step-by-step

  • I’m on a magazine cover!! Yes, that’s me! So am I famous yet? Of course, I’m kidding but imagine my surprise and joy when I found out about this. I should probably tell you the story of how this came about. The short story is:

  • If there’s one thing I know how to do well, it’s sharing my struggles after I’m safely on the other side. But not this time, and being this transparent is uncomfortable. Here’s something I’ve learnt lately: doing

  • In commemoration of my 26th birthday (last month), I figured I’d share 26 things you likely don’t know about me. These are just small, random facts about me. Here goes: I enjoy doing dishes.¬†Yes, I mean actually hand washing them.

  • Last weekend, I made a (quick) solo visit to Los Angeles that reminded me of why I enjoy travelling solo sometimes. I’ve had a good number of people ask me why I often travel by myself, and I usually will tell them that I actually prefer

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