My new tattoo and what it means to me

A dedication to my personal recovery with #addiction

Anime Expo 2018 Crossover

Ran into some of the homies @AnimeExpo...classic Deadpool, you can’t bring the guy anywhere! Best #crossover episode ever! I think we all know who’d win this epic battle: Me! #cosplay @MyHeroAcademias pic.twitter.com/dA0UyqDnKp — Gaby Randolph (@Gabzayywabisabi) August 8, 2018 Btw can you guess who I am?!? PLEASE COMMENT ^.~ #anime #animeexpo

If you have a moment, please take this survey for my Psych Advanced Research Methods class. Happy to return the favor!

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Shokugeki no Soma is Finally back..Will she finally say Soma’s cooking is “Oishi”

I Have to admit, I am somewhat of a new fan of the show. I have heard great things, but I wasn't too sure if a cooking show would fit my taste. Boy was I wrong! Not only does the art style captive the viewers, with magnificent portrayals of various traditional dishes, but the character's … Continue reading Shokugeki no Soma is Finally back..Will she finally say Soma’s cooking is “Oishi”

Looking back at my first apartment: UCSB (DP Ocean Side) ;)

Beautiful isn't it? Now don't get the wrong idea or anything!?! I DID NOT...break those glasses. Although, whoever did must have been an artist, and probably an inebriated one at that. It was summer 2016, I had just transferred to UCSB as a psychology major. The view from my balcony was breath taking, for the … Continue reading Looking back at my first apartment: UCSB (DP Ocean Side) 😉

Smile at the world, just smile.

Ever feel just entirely drained? Well as a student at a competitive university I definitely do.  I am a bit older than most people at my Universty, and a transfer student so it is a little hard to make friends. For myself, this was shocking. I am an extremely social butterfly. What I have noticed is a … Continue reading Smile at the world, just smile.

Gratitude Letter (one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself or others)

This is a Positive Psychology Intervention credited to Martin Seligman and Chris Peterson. Their premise is that American society seems to lack gratitude rituals. The instructions are simple: think of someone who has made a personal impact on your life, who have been extremely kind for which you have never really expressed formal gratitude. The point to write … Continue reading Gratitude Letter (one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself or others)

First Blog Post: 3 Blessings

The idea is, every day before you go to bed, write down three things you were grateful for that day. They could be anything like getting a new car or eating pizza, but you also have to think of why that occurrence was particularly pleasant to you.