Friday, September 19, 2014


A couple months passed already since I last wrote a post.  My mind seems to be all over the place to really sit down and write something.  But every time I see my friends' blogs and writing reminds me that I should write, someday I will look back at these happy days.  When the weather, the sky, and life is almost perfect.
I've been working on multiple things that revolves around my business and still working full-time for the company.  The day passes by way too fast, with so many things that I need to get done.  Yes, slow down for a moment Trynh, because you can't do everything.  However, I think that M thinks that my life is seamlessly easy because when he gets home from work everything is already done.  There are perks and downside to working from home, and now I really realize how hard it is to build a business on your own without the corporate support.  That is where my foundation lies, science, corporate, business development and investments.  So I'm gathering all that I know to build and adding my creative sparkles to it.
P.S I think my website is up and running well now, with a full portfolio (almost), there might be glitches because I did build it myself lol.
Lastly, blogs without pictures are not fun!  So here are some recent random pictures.

Lake Almanor with M

Hiking at Mount Woodson San Diego

Potato Chip at Mount Woodson, San Diego

View from Mount Woodson

Kuleto Winery

Catching a breeze 

Dress: Urban Outfitters  Sandals: Shopbop

Lunch with girlfriends in Orange County

Hiking at Vernall Falls, Yosemite

Monday, July 14, 2014

Moscow, Russia and another round

Is it really that time of the year again?  Today is that day again, that day that I should call my mom to thank her for bringing me into this world haha.  Despite of ups & downs here and there, I couldn't ask for a better life.  I'm truly thankful for everything, the good, the bad, even the ugly.  Everything serves a purpose whether we realize it or not.  I'm slowing down...and you know smelling the roses, and appreciating all the little things.
My recent trip to Russia was quite an adventure, for the first time I had a few complications with the airlines with flight cancelations and lost luggages.  In the end, I guess I can live without many things. I usually only travel with one carryon suitcase that doesn't leave my size.  People always wonder how I fit so much for the long duration of my trips, but there's not much in there because I don't really need a lot of things!  Just some basic essentials.
Here are a few pictures in case my memory fails me later...