So you read my post about growing your glutes and saw results! Now, you want to get some nice, toned arms and back… Well, I have just the workout for you!
Growing your cheeks is a long and hard process, definitely don’t expect it to occur in a month. I will share my tips for how I went from an inverted slope on my derrière to draggin’ that wagon!
I am proud to say I have become a legit adult. A real deal adult. A full-on 100% adult. How, you may ask? Well, I have a morning routine… that counts as adulting, right?
As an avid fan of new school rap and hip hop, of course, I was looking forward to the long-awaited Whole Lotta Red by Playboi Carti. Personally, I consider myself somewhat of a Carti fan, particularly his self-titled mixtape and Die Lit, so it was a Christmas miracle when he dropped WLR this past holiday season.
Have you ever wanted to go on a social media cleanse? Does going on Instagram make you feel terrible and lead to comparison with others? Well, maybe that’s a sign you need a break. Lots of people have done it, and it doesn’t have to be permanent. Social media is a great way to keep in touch with people but may contribute to unhealthy comparison and even more loneliness.
My relationship with cereal is a delicious one full of sugar and plenty of almond milk. I became an avid fan of cereal when I migrated to the States since this was not a popular breakfast food in Peru, but it sure is in the good old U.S. of A.
There’s nothing better in this world than delicious food, and food from different countries is even better. I haven’t travelled to any other countries besides Peru but I do love trying out different cuisines and living near a metropolitan area makes that pretty easy. This post will be dedicated to my country’s cuisine showing a few of the many dishes out there and some of the influential flavors that can be found in this cuisine.
Adapting to a new society with different customs and language is a difficult experience for anyone, and it gets even tougher when you bring in the educational system and career prospects into the picture.
Whether you are somewhere in your educational path, whether it be college, high school, middle school, or pre-k, you will be quizzed on a particular subject and offered a letter grade. Getting an A feels good to almost everyone, but the work that has to be put into studying for it does not.
As I approached my early 20s, something that was important to me was being smart with my money and accumulating a decent amount of money to keep as an emergency fund. Life at this age is fun and exciting, with plans every single weekend and buying new things unexpectedly; but you have to watch out for detrimental spending habits that can hinder you in the future. I managed to get to my financial goals by doing a bit of research and taking some of the actions I am sharing below.