I often get asked “How do you take care of your mental health?” “What is your secret?” And although I wouldn’t necessarily call this a secret, I’d like to share one of my favorite activities for self reflection in this … Continue reading Writing Letters to Yourself for Self Reflection
Starting something new always makes me anxious and feeling that I have to do well and be perfect. That’s how I felt when I started bullet journaling. I didn’t want to mess up (especially since I was using pen!) and … Continue reading Bullet Journaling: How Do I Get Started?
During my time in college, I’ve been involved in the student activism scene. As someone who came from a relatively small high school, I was excited to get involved on my college campus. The opportunities were endless and I wanted … Continue reading Communities of Care: What They Are and How to Build Them
In April, I led a workshop at the New York City Asian American Student Conference (NYCAASC) titled “Subtle Asian Mental Health Traits” (alternatively titled “Building Communities of Care”). My inspiration for this workshop was the rise in popularity of “Subtle … Continue reading Subtle Asian Mental Health Traits
The summer after I took my GRE, I went to the career services center at my university to ask for guidance on what I should consider as I prepare for the upcoming application cycle. Instead of receiving advice on how … Continue reading How I Applied to Graduate School (After Being Told Not to)
Many of you reading may have considered the idea of starting a blog, but never got to the point of creating one. Maybe you didn’t know what steps to take or maybe you didn’t know where to start. Some of … Continue reading How To Write Your First Blog Post
Hello everyone! My name is Queenie and I am the writer and moderator of this blog! Who Am I? When it comes to my identity, the first one that comes to mind is my identity as a first-generation low-income (FGLI) … Continue reading What is qqueenie.com?