Monday, October 31, 2011


HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am tired to the extremeeee!

1:11AM and I'm on the phone with my best friend. She's eating cereal while I'm starving and squinting my eyes as I write this post.

Something that I've noticed is that we are such ignorant creatures.
In the past couple of weeks, I have become so mature emotionally and my train rides really exemplify that.
Ever since I was little, I had a scare for trains.... I would always think that the train would end up getting into an accident and I would slowly die with everyone else on the train (maybe I watched too much movies?)
I never thought I'd come face to face with the day I would have to ride the train by myself.

I don't like showing people this side, but I was truly frightened by all the possibilities in the world.
BUT, I survived. Yay me!!!

I even took a mini trip downtown to get my latest obsessions, MACARONS!

They are adorned by my mother and I.

Ahhhh, 1:15AM.

I need to post more things on this blog.......... AND I'm pretty sure I have dance practice tomorrow.

I will be sleeping now.

Good night! :)

Sunday, October 2, 2011

New Beginnings

On October 1st, I took the SAT and I went to my FIRST EVER YANKEE GAME.
And let me tell you, it was amazing.
At first I thought I was claustrophobic because of all the people, but no, I was just unable to breathe because of the people smoking around me.
When I first stepped into the stadium, it was like a breath of fresh air. Truly amazing.
The scenery was just too grand, and I couldn't believe I was one of the people in the crowd, shouting and chanting!
It was THE best feeling ever, and I definitely didn't think about all the negatives that had been occurring to me and to everyone around me.
I felt a little lost at first and scared I wouldn't know anything happening, but thank goodness at all those times I asked my brother about what was happening on TV.
The crowd was amazing, and there was one particular man leading the chants. SO adorable.
It was definitely cold but it was all worth it.

YANKEES! :) <3

Now, onto something I thought felt fit into this post for "New Beginnings".

50 Secrets of the World's Longest Living PEOPLE by Sally Beare is a book filled with facts about nutritious ways to live longer. I've always loved knowing about what I eat and what it can do to our bodies. Of course I've eaten things that were bad, but I try as hard as possible to eat as healthy as possible!

If you want to prepare yourself for October and upcoming November and December, I think this book can help with what types of courses you want to prepare for your guests if you're holding a party. Whether or not you want a healthy party, I think it's always good to know what's good and bad, and more specifically, what the things we eat particularly does to our body.

Women and men alike go on diets to become more physically attractive, but there are those who'd like to achieve both success on attaining a healthier lifestyle as well as an attractive physique.

This book is my opinion, can definitely help EVERYONE. This book just MIGHT, just MIGHT, have something wrong, but overall I think this book is very informative and will be helpful to anyone who'd like to know about the world of healthy-living. (Since, I'm not a professional nutritionist or anything, I can't be sure of whether or not this book is 100% correct, so please be aware of this fact.)

Let us all start a new beginning. :)
Good luck.