Helllooo and welcome to my second Month in Review!
How was your guys’ September? I can’t believe fall is already here: even though I live in the Bay Area, it almost looks like a scene straight out of New England. There are so many different orange, yellow, and brown leaves falling in my neighborhood… but it’s still so freaking hot in San Francisco!
(Our summers are reversed: it’s cold in August and hot in September, wtf 😭)
Anyway, I’m not complaining at all. I can’t wait to pull out all of the scarves and coats from my closet and finally put them to good use – and go on all sorts of fall adventures in California.
Ready to see what else I did this month? Let’s check out what happened in September!
Have you always wanted to travel the world and not get stuck in a 9 to 5 cubicle? What if there was a way to make money and have time to travel?
Buckle up your seat belts and pack your bags, because you’re about to get a major dose of job motivation!
Did you know that the first cat cafe was opened all the way back in 1998? It was in Taiwan’s capital, Taipei, and was called Cat Flower Garden. Eventually it became so popular that cat cafes opened in Japan, Singapore, all across Europe, and now — San Francisco!
If you’ve ever wanted to get an in-depth look at what goes on in a cat cafe, check out my review here >>
It’s been a whirlwind these past two weeks as my in-laws were visiting. We’ve taken a trip down to Southern California, been on a picturesque island, and visited a few wineries back up north. Although I’ve been pretty busy, it’s nice to finally sit down and catch up! Expect to see a lot more posts in the next few weeks ?
Until then, here’s a little recap of what I’ve done this weekend.
Back when I was studying in university, I used to set mini goals when I needed a boost of motivation. For example: check out an interesting cafe if I scored over 90 on a test, buy stationary if I did well on a presentation, etc. It made me excited to study, and I couldn’t wait to see if I did well. So, in the words of Parks & Recreation, Treat yo’ self!
It’s definitely important to take some time off to refocus on your work/projects/school!
Whether you’re a local working from home or a traveler who needs a quick dose of WiFi, San Francisco has an abundance of little cafes to relax and get some much-needed work done.