How to Get Abs in 30 Days as an Asian-American Millennial

Tips to start being healthy as a young, Asian-American adult.

We all want to be healthy. But if we’re being honest with ourselves, we really just want to look good while naked.

As a millennial, there are many things in our lives that make eating healthy and losing weight really difficult.

Top that off with being Asian and the Asian-American experience, it’s a recipe for disaster.

Here are my best tips for slimming down and losing weight as an Asian-American millennial.

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10 Tips to Surviving a Dance Class

How to survive a dance class for beginners.

I’ve been teaching dance as an instructor for many years now. I’ve taught hip hop, freestyle popping, and more recently K-POP. Many of my current students are beginners, or haven’t been dancing for very long. Many times, people I know who are interested in learning how to dance will ask me about taking class and some tips I have for them.

I wish I had a guide when I first started taking dance classes and one I could pass on to my new students. Therefore, I decided to create one.

Here’s my list of top 10 things to note if you plan on taking your first dance class.

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10 Easy Tips to Eating Healthy

Simple ways to improve your nutrition and eat better.

I always get asked for helpful tips on eating healthier from my friends and family.

Good nutrition is the cornerstone of a healthier life. You’ll have more energy, feel younger, and look better than you’ve ever before.

Here’s a compilation of my best tips for improving your eating habits.

1. For beginners, start with easy recipes

Most people make the mistake of trying to cook master-level recipes of people like chef Gordon Ramsay. Instead, follow the recipes of Chef Boyardee, and work your way up.

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10 Best Tips to Ace Your Interview

The best interview tips to land your dream job

1. Get to know your interviewer

Getting into the mind of your interviewer before the meeting will give you a huge advantage. Find out where they live, their routes to work, what stores they shop at, where their kids go to school, etc. These are good talking points during your interview and will distinguish you from the rest of the applicants.

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9 Easy Hacks to Get to Work on Time

9 easy hacks to help you get to work on time

Getting to work on time can be a struggle. It can be very difficult when you have to wake up early, avoid morning distractions, and fight traffic on the way to work.

If you’re someone who has trouble with punctuality, here are some tips that can really help.

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12 Tips to Prevent Weight Gain at Work

Tips to prevent weight gain when working in an office environment.

For those of us who work in a sedentary office environment, it can be difficult to prevent yourself from gaining weight.

For people trying to lose weight, it can be an uphill battle when you’re sitting for eight hours a day, constantly snacking on unhealthy foods, and going out to eat all the time with coworkers.

Here are 12 easy tips to prevent yourself from getting flabby when you work in an office:

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Interview with an 11-year old

Interview with my little brother, Jacob 😁

I’ve wanted to do this since he was 8, but finally got around to doing it this past weekend.

Here we cover a range of topics, just messing around mostly, asking the hard questions to get the insight of a wise and brilliant man of his age:

  • What would you do if you won a million dollars?
  • If you could choose a superpower?
  • Meditation
  • Fitness
  • His interesting morning routine
  • Nutrition
  • Soul Cycling
  • School: valuable or scam?
  • Tips to succeed in elementary school
  • Girls, beauty, and his type
  • Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton?
  • Walls, Mexicans, and email
  • Too much video games good or bad
  • Renewable energy and the environment
  • Favorite books, and video games
  • Race and ethnicity
  • The purpose of life, living, and being American
  • Role reversal: what I would do with $1 million
  • 2 of the hardest riddles I’ve ever heard

We had so much fun with this, as you could probably tell 😂