It's been a long month. I mean, if I'm being honest, every month has felt simultaneously way too short for me to get anything done and at the same time like an eternity in which so many things have happened that I can barely remember it all. But this month feels particularly draining. Part of … Continue reading September 2017
I've been neglecting this space. Luckily, it was for good reason. I just started working full-time for a company I really enjoy working for. I'm still trying to find a rhythm with non-work stuff, but I feel like I'm starting to make some headway. Even though I haven't been posting much here, I haven't neglected … Continue reading
It's been a week since I graduated now. I'm only just now starting to feel like I'm coming up for air. I'm still trying to catch up on sleep, still trying to work out a routine for myself. It doesn't quite feel like freedom yet, but I know it will soon. I'm trying to figure … Continue reading
And it didn't turn out half bad! I used Alton Brown's sushi rice recipe (x). As I made it, I was really worried it was going to be way too salty and wouldn't have enough vinegar flavor. I was kind of right - by itself the rice tasted way too salty - but once it had cooled … Continue reading I made sushi!
Mostly just so that when I get out of Finals Hell in a few weeks I have a little road map for myself and how I wanna spend my summer. Freedom from academia is so close, y'all, and I'm dying to taste it. I've really been wrestling with whether or not I want to go … Continue reading Just gonna put this here…
Summer makes me super nostalgic. I start remembering things like picking blackberries with my cousins by the side of the dirt road leading to my grandma's house in the Santa Cruz mountains and start wanting to go to the beach. This summer I gave in to my nostalgia more than I usually do and started … Continue reading Foraging in San Francisco (and Anywhere!)
Finally got back to the garden after a week of heavy rain. We just planted some new plant babies recently (dragon carrots, tomatoes, a few different kinds of lettuces, and kale) and I was really excited to see how they were doing. More specifically, I was excited to see whether the beer trap we'd set … Continue reading Beer Trap: The Latest Weapon in the Snail War