After my very first heartbreak, I didn't want to jump into another relationship right away. In fact, I wanted to steer clear of boys for a long while. But who can blame me? I opened up my heart fully to someone and entrusted them to take care of it, only to have it thrown away … Continue reading What Love Has Taught Me the Second Time Around
You always hear stories about first loves. They are put on the highest pedestal. You see it in movies all the time. I remember watching The Notebook for the first time right after my breakup with my first love. I was saltier than the ocean, fam. I continuously made comments to my friend who was watching … Continue reading The Story of How Love Found Me Again
Who's that beauty in the middle of us, you ask? Meet our best friend, Darly! In honor of National Best Friend Day, we decided to dedicate a post to our best friend! Love you, girl! xo You have those you can call your friends and then you have your best friend. We're talking about the girl … Continue reading 10 Ways You Know She’s Your BFF
Hi loves! Did you miss us? Because we've missed you! So sorry we've been MIA for the last couple months (our last post was in March?! EEK!). Things have been a little crazy on our end and we didn't feel right to publish half-assed posts - you guys deserve our whole ass. So where have … Continue reading WE’RE BACK.
Most people look forward to graduating from college -- other people get really anxious. For me, post-grad life seemed scary AF, especially since I had no idea what the future had in store for me or what I even wanted to do in life. I've currently been "adulting" for ten months now, and after talking with some fellow … Continue reading The Realities of Post-Grad Life
Featured photo by Touchaingkong Yang | Designer: Darly Vu Happy International Women's Day! I've been meaning to write this post for a while now and figured what better day to do it than today! First and foremost, I want to give a big THANK YOU to all the women who have done great things for us in … Continue reading Supporting Your Fellow Queens
During my childhood, my parents were very protective of me. I couldn't ride my bike much farther than one or two blocks from our house; I couldn't hang with my friends outside of school without a curfew. I remember in second grade when I received my very first invitation to a slumber party from one of my girlfriends. I brought the small, … Continue reading Growing Up Asian-American: A Daughter’s Perspective