• About Me

    Here are a few of my favorite things

    A few of my favorite Thai dishes are Tom Yum Gai, which is a Thai chicken soup with a sour broth that has bamboo, mushrooms and chicken. It tastes so good with rice. Pad kra Prow is also one of my favorites with egg and rice. Thai tea and Thai coffee are my guilty pleasures, now that I’m getting older and trying to be more health conscious I drink both less. Sticky rice with som tum also known as papaya salad is another one of my favorites. Yum woon sen, which is noodles, shrimp, and some chili along other veggies mixed is a favorite as well. It’s hard not to…

  • University Life

    10 Things I’ve learned in College

    Preparing food is a must, because you will starve on campus and buying food on campus will eat your wallet Office hours are a NECESSITY when you are struggling with the littlest thing and even more helpful when you’re really struggling Always have spare cash in your backpack, purse or book bag. It’s good to have in case you forget your lunch, phone or something else Making friends can be hard, but talking to people is easy just try and see if you can talk to different people in every class so you can then get the urge to ask to study together Definitely read the assigned reading if you…

  • About Me

    Get to Know me

    Here are some personal facts about me enjoy being nosy lol ¬†Growing up, I went to 4 elementary schools. One in Thailand, and the other three were in California. However, two of those three were in the same town. I went to an elementary school in Thailand for kindergarten. I remember getting hit on the butt for getting an answer wrong. It was a good experience though and I still have my school uniform with my Thai nickname that my mom sewed on it. I went to one elementary school in the Bay Area and then I moved so I was at another elementary school for a semester. That particular…

  • About Me

    What do you wanna be when you grow up?

    I’ve mentioned that I’m working on my second degree in Business Administration. However, I have not mentioned why I chose business? When I was 5 and half years old, my parents were going through a divorce. During that time, I saw my mom’s lawyer often and I really admired her and what lawyers do. I see lawyers as people who fight to protect people from others and the law. That was my first answer to that question from what I remember. I started to change my mind as I went to middle school. All the years of school I’d have to complete made it less appealing. When I was in…