Hey guys!  I’m so sorry that I haven’t been updating my blog recently, it’s because I’ve been busy and too lazy to blog because I am a very lazy person.  So throughout this whole month I was thinking about writing a blog for my corner but I haven’t been able to come around it.  Until today!  That’s right, I can make you a blog today!

Jake is dancing on your dash

So stay tuned for that.  If you didn’t get my memo, all I just wanted to say was that I’ll be posting a blog today and lot more than before.  Each of my blogs will tell you about my life and my interesting stories.  Remember be on my blog if you want to stay updated with me! 🙂

P.s. Sorry that this wasn’t posted on my corner 😦 There was some technical difficulties. I will try to post this and my future blog on my page as soon as I can!

~XoXo Trinity<3

Nyny’s Bakery

Hey everyone :3

A couple weeks ago, my English teacher assigned my class an assignment— an ‘Innovation‘ Project.

The goal was to go out into the world and make a change, whether it was a big or minimal one.

Unlike my classmates who spent a bit of time thinking of what to do, I already had an idea in mind.

You see, before this project was assigned, I had already started a little business for myself at my school. I called it: “Nyny’s Bakery“.

Of course, the bakery funds were used for my own recreational use. However, for the purpose of this project, I made it a mission of mine to donate all of the funds I earned from my business to the Salvation Army Hospitality House; which is a homeless shelter located in Orange County.

Since I had started up my business a while ago, I had plenty of opportunities to learn from those mistakes and make this round a lot easier. For example, back then, I had a ‘menu’ of sorts that allowed people to see the pricing and the items I sold, and in which they were able to pre-order from. 10305949_898985776818767_4768829636635772753_nI mainly sold fried Oreo’s, chocolate strawberries, and banana breads; and then would package them in handmade boxes.

It was way too much of a hassle.

So, learning from that mistake, I adopted a ‘first-come-first-served’ method in how I sold my desserts this time. Basically, I would bake as much as I wanted when I felt like it, and then would sell the items the next day. In this way, I was able to manage my time properly and make different desserts each and every time.

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In order to advertise for my bakery, I used social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. I would frequently update my followers on what I’d be selling the next day, as well as the pricing for it. By the end of the project, I had only 3 followers on Twitter, but around 105 likes on Facebook and 41 followers on Instagram.

In then end, I was able to raise more than $150 in three weeks towards the Salvation Army Hospitality House!

I’m not going to lie, I feel very proud that I was able to run my own business and social media accounts for the sake of charity. I feel like I was able to make a difference in the world, even if it was only $150.

It really is an amazing thing to be able to do something you’re passionate about and make an impact at the same time. I feel like this project instilled a desire within me to do something with my career in the future that’ll at least change one person’s life.

XOXO Destiny

P.S I created a slideshow that somewhat documented my experience with this project, so if you would like, by all means check it out! :3

Nyny’s Bakery: The Journey ( o .o)/


Though I usually don’t publicize or blog about it frequently, I am an advocate of women’s fashion. Like most females I know, I pride myself in how I dress and always attempt to look the best I can. Even on my ‘off days’ without makeup, I still try to choose an outfit that makes up for it. Of course, I tend to look towards media outlets or anything that involves fashion for my outfit inspirations, which can range from magazines to Youtube Channels. One fashion blog that I am currently obsessed with is ‘A Maze of Aysia’. Her blog posts consists of her OOTD’s (outfit of the day), followed by detailed stories of how she came to choose them. They are extremely entertaining to read in the morning while I’m choosing my clothes and sheds light on the world of fashion. However, her fashion sense isn’t the only reason why I enjoy her posts so much. It’s the fact that she links her ideals into her fashion sense, and talks about them as well. For example, the blog post below. She takes the word ‘style’ and creates a deeper meaning to it by stating that “Your fashion style translates the theme of “You” to other people. It allows them to see who you truly are through the clothes you wear”. And I admire her for that. I admire her because she was able to turn something considered vain into something people struggling for a place in the world can take and make their own.

A Maze of Aysia

I know you might be thinking Taylor Swift because of the title of this post, but this is about fashion styles. Who knows, I might just add a little bit of the T.Swift into my topic for this blog. (:

The fashion world has been developing and revamping itself throughout the ages. Many of the different outfits worn today are just old styles from different eras in time, and were recreated. You might be familiar with grunge, boho, and beach chic, which have been around the fashion world for a while. Sometimes the multiple options make it hard to choose from, when picking out your perfect OOTD.

Fashion is like a theme to a book for many people. A theme usually sums up the deeper meaning that the author was portraying throughout the whole novel. Style is the theme that illustrates who you are through clothes.The many styles express how…

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Dennis’ Top Five Favorite Animes

As you all may know, I am very addicted to anime. Like, very.

However, I haven’t been posting about it as much as I would like to. And I sincerely apologize. I will get around to it as soon as I have the chance to do so. Maybe sometime this or next week, we’ll see.

Fortunately, for those of you who only read my posts for the anime references and such, there’s this blog called ‘Shadows of the Day’ that frequently blogs about anime. I find all of their content rather enjoyable and very relatable (since I can empathize with their views on the anime). For example, their character analysis of Kotomi Ichinose. The FEELS.

For the other remaining readers who view my blog for my other content, don’t worry; Shadows of the Day also blogs about other subjects as well… Just not as frequently.

Here’s one of my favorite blog posts from them. Enjoy!

Let’s Talk ‘Adults’

Fear comes in many different shapes and sizes. Arachnophobia (fear of spiders), acrophobia (fear of heights), claustrophobia (fear of confined spaces), and even epistaxiophobia (fear of nosebleeds); the list goes on and on.

Of course, I myself have my fair share of fears, ranging from fear of dogs to fear of absolutely nothing— I swear, my paranoia is like none you’ve ever witnessed before. Continue reading

The Art of Fangirling

I am a jack of many trades— and fangirling is one of them. Well… okay; fangirling is the only thing I am a master in.

However, it does take a great amount of effort to master.

You see, fangirling is an ‘art’ of sorts. There is a right and a wrong way to fangirl, as well as steps to achieve the perfect fangirling technique. Of course, being the oh-so-generous person I am, I will walk you through these steps and give you tips on the proper way to fangirl. You may thank me later when all of your friends and fellow fangirls compliment you on your ability to ‘fangirl’.

So go grab a paper, a pen, and your drive to master this subject; and join me as I educate you on this age old art.
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I always laugh at the smallest things. For instance, I was eating a bowl of ramen yesterday, and my friend gave me a weird look as I was slurping up the noodles. That one glance set me off. I choked on the soup and the egg bits went everywhere. I guess it’s just because I have a very interesting sense of humor— one that is obviously different than any other person’s.

Of course, being able to laugh at anything has its perks. It can get you out of any embarrassing situation, or lighten a dark mood— a comedic relief.


Recently however, my uniqueness in comedy has been my downfall. Continue reading