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My path to happiness | International Day of Happiness

Today is International Day of Happiness, so naturally I’m writing about nothing other than my path to happiness. (Groundbreaking, I know)

To say the last few months have been some of the longest, heart-wrenching, soul-breaking, anxiety-ridden months of my life, would be an understatement. However, they have also been some of the most influential, eye-opening, gratifying and life-changing months of my life – and I’m grateful for that.

In September, I made the heart-breaking decision to leave the life I’d built for myself. I left a near 3-year relationship, a house, a cat, a career, a second family. For the simple reason of: I was unhappy.

I was unhappy with myself, and since happiness blooms from within, I knew I couldn’t fully give myself to anyone or anything else if I wasn’t fully loving myself, first. So I decided to leave everything I knew, to come back to a place that was familiar so I could find myself again, fall in love with myself, recognize myself in the mirror, and ultimately put myself back together.

Half a year has passed, and I have happiness, contentment and passion flowing through my veins.

6+ months ago

In short, I was a wreck.

I was unhappy with the person I was. I didn’t like seeing myself in the mirror. I didn’t like how I felt in my skin – not only because I didn’t like my appearance, but because I didn’t like how I felt on the inside. Everything was blue and it was an actual struggle to be happy each day.

I had to put a real effort into being happy, and I never had to do that before. I was confused because for others, happiness came so naturally, it was the “default emotion” but for me, it was an effort to feel it.

I was upset. I was angry. I was sad. I was stressed. I was anxious every second of every day. I felt lost and alone, though I was surrounded by people who loved me. I put others before myself, and not once did I think that I should be taking care of me. I thrived off others being happy, and I completely disregarded my own well-being. I didn’t value myself at all.

I was a wreck, and when I finally woke up and realized that, I knew I had to change my surroundings and my situation in order to get myself back.

So that’s exactly what I did, as seemingly impossible as it was.


I’m still a work-in-progress, but I’m so much happier and healthier – and I’m very, very, proud of myself for doing this for myself.

I wake up early in the morning and see the sky change colors with the sunrise, this quiet time helps set the tone for the day and keeps me grounded with appreciation.

I prioritize my health, eat healthy, take vitamins and drink lots of water. These are all things I let slip over the years, but now I realize that mental health and physical health go hand-in-hand and we should be taking care of both.

I have pushed my well-being to the forefront and I now do simple meditations and have my prayer time every day. My daily check-ins with my brain, feelings and faith keep me calm.

I make it a point to exercise each day – whether it be yoga, walking, or actually breaking a sweat – I make sure I get those endorphins pumping through my body. This makes me happier, and seeing these little changes in my body and energy make me feel accomplished.

I talk it out. I’ve made it a serious point to talk about what I’m feeling instead of bottling them up inside. Writing it out is one thing, but actually talking with someone and voicing your feelings or concerns and getting an outsider’s point of view can make all the difference. (*Talk with someone, get the help you need, confide in people you trust, don’t be ashamed of how you feel, talking it out makes all the difference in the world)

I’ve been carving out time to write. My writing is part of me, and when I don’t take the time to write – whether it be personal, prose, on this site, or for my book – I’ve noticed that I’m unhappy. So I’ve been writing, writing, writing. And soon, I’ll be able to share it all.

I have a newfound love and appreciation for myself. I’ve realized the strength I have and since I’ve lived through the most hurtful 6 months of my life so far, I now know I’m capable of anything. The last few months have taught me that I can be comfortable and happy with being alone, it isn’t scary, and it surely isn’t impossible. I see my reflection and I not only recognize the person in the mirror, but I love the person in the mirror – and that is an incredible feeling.

On that note, I want to leave you with a quote I found this week. It came at the perfect time and took the words right out of my mouth.

“If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant. If we did not sometimes taste adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome” – Anne Bradstreet

Just remember that flowers don’t bloom year-round, and neither do we – and that’s okay. Periods of regrowth and rebuilding are beautiful, too.

What to do when you don’t know what to do

Life is hard and confusing, and it comes at you from all angles and leaves you feeling tiny and lost. We have our lives planned out – school, work, family, bills, repeat.

But what about when you’re in the in-between? What happens when you’re in the process of getting that job or getting into school or meeting that person? How do you get where you ultimately want to be? What do you do when you don’t know what to do?

Things aren’t always perfectly laid out for you, and sometimes you have to go through the infamous season of waiting and unknown in order to realize what you were made to do or be.

1. Have a heart-to-heart with yourself

When was the last time you checked in with your heart and mind? Truly checked in?

Take society, expectations and pathways out of the equation and simply focus on what you want out of this life. What makes you overflow with happiness? What’s one thing you could spend countless all-nighters for? One thing you can’t live without. Something you’ve reluctantly pushed aside in order to do other things.

Take out all the other distractions and seriously ask yourself what you want. Then, you can narrow down which direction to head in.

2. Etch it into your brain that no one knows what’s going on

When you open Instagram, what do you see? Happy, fit families with perfectly clean houses and well-behaved children? A young adult traveling the world while seemingly paying for travel and her student loans while still being able to live (how do they do it…?!).

Whatever the scenario may be, it always seems like everyone else has it together, like everyone else know’s how to play the game of life, like they know some secret to success and happiness that we just can’t grasp.

But guess what! No one knows what’s actually going on, no one has it all together all the time.

And I don’t know if you realize this, but social media is just a highlight reel. Personally, I only post my very best, beautiful photos on my Instagram because I love the way they look! I love photography, but my photos in no way, shape or form depict what my life actually is. (Heck, it’s 4am, I’m sitting at my desk in a half-dark room, wearing the same leggings I’ve worn all week, with greasy hair and a rumbling stomach. Does that sound like my Instagram? Nope.)

No one has it all together all the time, even if it seems like they do. So when you’re caught in the “I don’t know what to do with my life” phase, for the love of God, don’t go to social media and compare yourself to others.

3. You have time! Nothing but time.

A few months ago when I was knee-deep in my existential crisis, all you would hear me say was: “I’m 25… I’m running out of time… I should be X by now… I should have accomplished Y by now…”

But over the months, I’ve come to realize that there is no deadline. Why are we setting up deadlines? We have so much time, and there isn’t a right or wrong way to approach how you want to live your life.

Life is about discovery and exploration. Life is allowing yourself to learn and love and grow. It doesn’t all have to be so serious! We’ve got time. Stop setting unrealistic deadlines. You don’t need to be married at 25. You don’t need to own a home at 30. Do what makes you happy.

Listen, life is about living. Let’s do more of that.

Tips for handling your existential crisis

We’re human, crises like these are bound to happen to everyone. What separates those who learn from these moments and grow, is simply how they deal with it. I probably have some sort of “quarter-life crisis” a few times a month, so I’ve gotten pretty good at this (haha!)

Here are some things that can help:

Get your thoughts out of your head

Letting all your thoughts circle around your brain is detrimental. Keeping all your thoughts cooped up inside you is like sitting in a bathtub of your own filth.

As soon as your thoughts begin to wander toward the black hole that is an existential crisis, grab a journal and write them down. Write down all your fears, anxieties and issues you’re facing. Write down every single negative thought you have and while you do that, visualize your brain getting emptier and lighter, imagine your brain going from shades of gray to shades of white and yellow.

Talk it out with someone you trust

Sometimes just having someone to talk to, who will simply listen, can make all the difference. You don’t need to solve anything or come to a grand conclusion in this chat, just talk it out. Tell them what you’re struggling with and toss all your anxieties on the table.

Just like writing everything out in a journal, this will lighten up the load on your shoulders and likely make everything seem a lot less daunting.

(Plus, having a chat with a friend usually means coffee and snacks, and you can’t go wrong with that!)

Let yourself be negative (but then be positive)

Recently, I was having a bad day. So I opened my journal and made a list of every single thing that was making me upset, every ounce of negativity left my body and found a new home on paper.

Then, I wrote down everything that is good. Everything that is going well in my life, all the positivity, blessings and great things still to come my way.

I left this exercise feeling much better, and I highly recommend doing it if you’re ever feeling low!

Take care of yourself

If you feel like you aren’t in control, do something you do have control over. For me, this is taking care of my health. In the last few months, I lost complete control over my situation and happiness and I felt totally lost. But one thing I could do was carve out the time for myself to exercise and eat healthy.

In the simple act of treating my body right, I gained so much happiness and stability.

What do you do to get through your rough moments? What do you do when you don’t know what to do? ❤

Life Lately: Crazy Hawaii weather, finding happiness + lots of changes

My life lately has been anything but boring, bland or “routine.”

Since coming back from my trip to Nevada and Arizona, I’ve made A LOT of changes in my life (and I’ve actually stuck to them!!) And when you’re reading this, I’ll be unpacking from my trip to San Diego!

I’ve been so busy, that I haven’t had time to post here, but I have been posting a lot to Instagram and Twitter (if you want to follow me there).

Anyway, here’s what’s been going on in my life lately.


Spent my first Valentine’s Day alone for the first time in many years. It was tough because it was different and filled with memories of the last few Valentine’s I spent with him.

But I got through it, I treated myself to flowers, sweets, a bubble bath and my favorite Mark Ruffalo movies.

desk, work at home, home office

maui mountains

I started a brand new job and I as of today, I’ve been working here for a month! I rearranged my work area and this is what my desk and view from my office space looks like! It’s a super fast-paced job and I really jumped in at a hectic time, but I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I love the people, the company mission and how important my job makes me feel. I’m in a really great place career-wise.

The weather in Hawaii has been insane lately. Our “winter” consists of lots of storms, rain and strange things like water spouts! Can you believe these two pictures were taken less than an hour apart? Crazy.

Another thing I’ve been LOVING lately is being awake every single morning for the sunrise. I used to wake up before the sun every morning, just to sit in silence and watch the skies wake up. But in the last few years, I haven’t done that.

In the last month, I’ve been awake for every single sunrise, and I love it. (I also start work at 5am, so technically I have to be awake, but that’s beside the point). But starting next week when the time changes, I’ll start at 4am… yikes.

san diego marina

san diego marina

A few days ago, I got back from a trip to San Diego. It was the first solo trip I’ve taken since leaving Canada, and it was liberating. There’s something about walking through an airport on your own, catching a cab and sleeping alone in an unknown place. It was wonderful.

Lastly, the other night I sat down and wrote prose for the first time in YEARS. It felt so good to let my heart spill out onto paper.

I write every day, but I haven’t written anything poetic in a long, long time and I hadn’t realized how much I missed it.

Would you be interested in my posting some of my prose here? I’ve been thinking about what I want this online space to be. I’ll be honest, initially I wanted this to be a place for many topics for the sake of monetization. However, I’m in a much different mindset now and want to focus more on my writing and photos – a more personal approach.

What do you think? ❤

Meeting myself with the 23andMe Health & Ancestry Kit

I’ve never known much about where I come from, but I’ve always been interested.

My mother did genealogy research about 10 years ago, but that’s only half of me.

I don’t have a close relationship with my birth father, and my paternal grandmother passed away when I was young.

So I had no way of knowing what makes me, me.

Then I decided to order a DNA kit, so I could finally figure out what I’m made up of and where I come from.

I decided on 23andMe’s Health and Ancestry kit because it gives you over 80 reports on your:

  • Ancestry
  • Carrier status for certain diseases and illnesses
  • Genetic health risks
  • Traits
  • Wellness

I ordered this thinking it would be interesting to know if any diseases run in my family, and exactly what percentage of Filipino I am.

See, before I took this test I thought I was just Filipino and a small mixture of Caucasian (French and German).

So I was blown away when I got my results back.

How does it work?

I may be living under a rock, but when I thought about DNA tests, I thought they could only be done via blood sample. But that isn’t true!

When you order 23andMe, they send you a small box with a saliva vile, you spit in it, send the box back and that’s it! It was super easy.

This map shows everywhere my ancestors are from.

North Africa?

South Asia? (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh)

Middle Eastern?

I was blown away. But that’s not all!

The test then breaks down your ancestry by the time period and ancestor.

Looking at this timeline really got me emotional, because I had never thought I was all these things.

And, each of these lines represents one of my ancestors. A person who lived and passed on traits to their children, and children’s children, and their children’s children, who eventually led to me.

It’s incredible.

Now that I know what makes me me, I want to learn more. I want to start studying my genealogy and learn about my ancestors, who they were, where they came from, what they lived through.

I’m so intrigued and fascinated by this, and I can’t wait to dive deeper!

Want to find out what makes you YOU? These kits are on sale on Amazon!


Have you done a DNA kit or studied your genealogy? Tell me your stories, I’d love to hear! 🙂


*Note: This is not sponsored, I’m just really passionate about this and HAD to share! Some links may be affiliate links, because milk is $7 a gallon in Hawaii.

Healthy & Delicious Banana Oats Breakfast Bowl


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Since coming back from Las Vegas and Arizona, I’ve been on a major health kick.

As a part of that, I’ve been experimenting with different recipes! One of my favorites right now is this Banana Oats Breakfast Bowl that I threw together in my head while walking up and down every aisle in Whole Foods.

This breakfast bowl is packed with protein, superfoods and flavor – and I don’t even like oats! But this is just amazing. (I think you’ll love it) 🙂

whole foods, make me whole

whole foods, make me whole

whole foods, make me whole

whole foods, make me whole

whole foods, breakfast bowl

whole foods, breakfast bowl

whole foods, breakfast bowl

What you’ll need:

How to make it:

  1. Combine your oats and milk in a pot and place over medium heat. Stir and cover.
  2. When it starts to bubble, lower the heat slightly, remove the cover and gently stir until the oats absorb the liquid (this took about 5 minutes).
  3. After the oats are cooked through and your oatmeal is thick, add your egg white (for added protein!). Stir until your egg is cooked completely (about 1 minute).
  4. Add the mashed banana, chia seeds, cinnamon/nutmeg and vanilla, mix well and cook until desired consistency.
  5. Transfer to a bowl and then decorate with your toppings!

This is one of the easiest and yummiest breakfasts. I can’t wait to experiment more with different breakfast bowls and toppings!

Also! Don’t forget to enter the giveaway for FREE groceries for a year! Good luck! 🙂

Life Lately: New job, getting healthy, and moving

The last few months have been a whirlwind.

I can’t even believe I’ve been back in Hawaii for almost half a year already (what?!) and since being back here, I’ve been really focusing on myself for the first time in years.

My breakup, leaving my job and home, and relocating back to America in the span of a week or two was rough on me. And while I’m being honest, I’m still healing. Every day is a struggle, and I think that’s important to recognize.

Heartbreak hotel.

I recently took a trip to Arizona and Las Vegas, and it was everything I needed. Being in the desert, driving for hours each day, immersing myself in foreign surroundings, seeing new people and new places was healing.

On my last night there, I broke down in my hotel room. I cried and asked “why, why, why” and when I woke up the next morning, it was as though I woke up in God’s hand. I felt okay. My heart opened up and I breathed out the biggest sigh of relief and felt thousands of pounds of resentment, guilt and regret lift right off my chest.

I got on the plane back to Hawaii, and watching the desert grow smaller and smaller, I knew I was ready to move on. I’d been holding on for so long, I didn’t realize how tired it was making me. It was time to let go.

I left my heart there in that desert, but I gained so much more.

Health (It’s all you got)

While I’m on a roll with “epiphanies,” I should mention that I realized that I’m getting older and should start taking care of my health. (I know. I’m only 25, but I’m sure not getting any younger!)


I started drinking mate tea every morning, afternoon and night. It’s an amazing metabolism booster and detox/cleanser, and it’s filled with antioxidants!

This is the one I got (because it was on sale and they sent me a free bottle too).


I also bought some personalized vitamins from Care/of! I’ll admit, I saw their sponsored posts on Instagram and was drawn to their marketing and clean design.

So I went on their site to take the health quiz, and they built a personalized program for me! It’s pretty awesome.

Also: They’re giving customers discounts and free shipping right now because shipping will take 1-2 weeks. So if you’re interested, now’s the time to try it out! 

(If you’re interested in a separate post about this, let me know!:))


For the past two years, I’ve neglected my skincare. A typical night involved a makeup remover wipe, and that’s it.

So, I recently decided to splurge on some skincare products for myself, because again… I’m getting older and Father Time waits for no one to realize their neck is wrinkled and skin spots don’t disappear.

So if you need me, I’ll be diving head first into my Glossier skincare products I just ordered.

New year, new job

When you’re reading this, I’ll be starting a brand new job!

It’s a remote job that I landed by checking out these sites, and I’m thrilled to join their team of incredible, incredible people.

I’ll probably talk more about this later. Until then, just know I’m excited to put my skills and passions to good use 🙂

Moving. Again.

I’ll dedicate an entire post to the details about this, because it’s something so huge I can’t fathom squeezing it into this post. There’s just too much to say!

In short, I’m moving in June! I’ll be leaving Maui for the last time, and I’m excited, nervous, anxious and thrilled all at once.

The craziest part of it all? I have no idea where I’m going to.

I’m just going.

That’s what life has been looking like lately! What have you been up to? What’s something you’re looking forward to? ❤️

Visiting Las Vegas in the Winter

I recently came back from a quick trip to Arizona and Las Vegas. It was one of the most incredible weeks I’ve ever spent, and it was definitely a much-needed vacation. Plus, visiting Las vegas during the winter time is such a different experience than visiting during warmer months. I’m not sure what it is… But Las Vegas in January is my favorite Las Vegas.

And before you ask: Yes, people were still half-naked walking down the strip in 30-40 degree weather. But hey, it’s Vegas.

las vegas sign

las vegas blvd

las vegas strip

hash house vegas

I ate… a lot… during this trip… I easily gained 10 pounds (at least). But it was well worth it!

Just a hunk ‘o burnin’ (wax) 😉

las vegasThis was one of the best trips I’ve taken. Between driving through the desert in Arizona and walking down the Las Vegas strip, I’ve never felt so alive.

I needed this trip to reset and step back from my life to look at it from a different perspective.

I left a piece of my soul there in the desert, and I can’t wait to go back. ❤️

Driving through the Arizona desert

I recently drove through the Arizona desert, and I fell in love. I’ve been dreaming of deserts, cacti, quirky roadside attractions and friendly in-the-middle-of-nowhere gas stations – and this trip was everything I wanted and more.

There’s just something about driving through the desert. It feels warm even though it’s the dead of winter. It feel familiar even though I’ve never been here. There’s something about it, and I don’t think I’ll ever get enough.

Here are my favorite photos from my trek through the Arizona desert. I left a piece of my soul there, and I can’t wait to go back.

arizona highway

route 66, arizona highway

arizona desert

arizona desert

route 66 diner

route 66 diner

route 66 diner

Have you ever been to a place and felt like you’ve been there before? Or felt like if you were stranded there, you’d be able to make it “home” quickly? If you ever drive Route 66, stop in this town (and specifically, this diner). I don’t remember the name, but I do remember the waiter, the good food, the comfy atmosphere, the streets lined with lights, light dusting of snow that made the town look frosty (not overtly cold), and the strikingly out of place familiarity.

grand canyon

williams arizona, grand canyon

arizona highway, roadside america

roadside america

grand canyon

grand canyon

grand canyon

I visited the Grand Canyon when I was a baby, but I don’t remember it – I only have photos. When I visited on this trip, I cried. It was the most unbelievable thing I’ve ever seen. Our world is so beautiful. When I visit places like this, it always seems so silly to get so overworked and overwhelmed over little mundane  things when magnificent places like this exist. Sure, the world can be scary, and wars happen, and terror seems to be everywhere. But beauty and life also exists – and in my experience, love and beauty trumps all. Go out and explore your world, we’re so lucky to be on this planet.

in n out

Have you ever been to Arizona, the Grand Canyon or an amazing diner in the middle of nowhere? I can’t wait to go back and explore some more!

Boating Day & Whale Watching in Maui!

After finding out the Hawaii Missile Threat was a false alarm, we decided to make the most of the day by taking the boat out and enjoying sunshine, whale watching and good music – all things we’d miss had the missile threat been real.

Here are my favorite photos from that day! ☀️

maui boat

maui whale watch

maui boat

boating, maui

maui boat

maui boat, maui ocean

maui boat, maui snorkeling

boating, yacht

maui whale watch

It was a beautiful, beautiful day in paradise. I laughed, smiled, sang, and truly soaked in how beautiful my home is. I was present. I felt the wind in my face. I tasted the salt air on my tongue. I watched my freckles come out of hiding.

This was one of my most favorite days in a long, long time.


What It’s Like To Work From Home

Have you ever dreamed of working from home? Are you tired of waking up early in the morning, leaving the house when it’s dark and coming home when it’s dark? Do you wish you could say goodbye to the office for good and work according to your own schedule? Want to work in your pajamas? Guess what! It’s not totally out of reach!

In total, I’ve worked from home for a few years and while it isn’t for everyone, I personally love it. I love the flexibility that comes with it, and I love that I can work from anywhere and I’m not necessarily tied to one place.

It definitely takes a certain type of person. You need to be self-motivated, organized, and able to work in a solo environment.

Important! If you are prone to laziness, get distracted easily and/or need other people or an office-like environment in order to stay on task, working from home may not be the best option for you! 

However, if you’re still considering starting a work-from-home position, this blog is for you!

home office

How to stay motivated & focused when you work from home

Working remotely takes a lot of focus, and it took me a while to figure out the things that worked for me. Here are some of my best tips for staying motivated and focused while working from home:

  • Create a dedicated work space – Carving out a space for you to work while you’re at home will help your productivity levels soar. (If you read my post about writing tips, you already know how important this dedicated space is ;))
  • Set a schedule – Although you work from home, you should still create a daily schedule and stick to it! This will help you get in the zone and feel like you’re really doing something.
  • Get to know yourself – Through trial and error, you’ll be able to figure out when you’re most productive. Then based on that, you can determine when you should be working. (For example, I find that I work the best early in the mornings when the world is still quiet!)
  • Get ready for the day – Yeah, yeah, yeah. “I’m working from home, so why would I bother getting dressed or putting makeup on?” Well, because it’s proven to make you more productive! Just the simple act of putting some jeans on can make you feel much more motivated to get ‘er done!
  • Give yourself a break – I’ll be honest, I don’t do this often enough, if at all. I’m one of those people who needs to finish something as soon as I start it, and then I get on a roll and want to knock out tasks. But that isn’t always the best. Take breaks, give your mind a rest, drink water.
  • Get out! – I’ll also admit I’ve only done this a few times, but if you’re in a rut or having writer’s block, getting out and working at a coffee shop or a park can spark your creativity. (And, it’s a great way to meet new people, which is especially difficult if you’re working remotely!)
  • Buy 5 planners – Maybe not 5, but you get it. Buy a planner and use it! (This is the one I’m using!) Plan out your entire day and prioritize your tasks. And don’t forget to mark off things you complete, studies show that helps us become motivated to achieve even more!

How I stay organized while working from home

Aside from staying motivated, keeping organized is the most important thing to keep in mind while working from home. These are my favorite planners and apps that hold me accountable!


Day Designer – This is my all-time favorite planner. I’ve seen it around the Internet for some time, but this year I finally got one and I love it! (Here is the exact one that I have!)

This one is amazing because it lays out your day by the hour, it has a section for your daily top 3 tasks, and it even has a gratitude box!


Best apps to keep you organized:

I love apps, and I’m always downloading new ones to test out. Here are my favorites (so far).

  • Evernote – I wouldn’t survive without a space to jot down all my thoughts, ideas and tasks. Aside from my planners, I need an app to help me keep track of my to-do lists. Evernote is perfect because it syncs with my iPhone and iPad, and it even has some awesome templates that make staying organized super easy!
  • Dropbox – Unless your work uses iCloud or OneDrive, you’re most likely using DropBox to share and upload files. It’s easy, it’s quick and it’s reliable. I use it for my personal work, too!
  • Asana – This is one of the cleanest, most reliable time-tracking softwares I’ve ever used. You can create teams, projects, run company performance reports, and color code your projects (my favorite feature!). Plus, NASA uses it… so it must be out of this world (I had to… lol)
  • Noisli or Coffitivity or Rainy Café – Yes, I have them all bookmarked and YES I use them all. Each one has different features and sounds a bit different, so depending on the day or the mood I’m in, I’ll choose one over the other. I can’t work in silence, and sometimes music is too distracting, so these sites are incredible when I need a good, calming white noise!
  • Every Time Zone – If you’re working remotely chances are, your coworkers are spread out across the globe. This makes collaborating and communicating tricky sometimes, because of the time differences! I love Every Time Zone, because it lays out the different time zones in relation to the current time where you are, so you’ll never be confused again! (Hopefully)

remote jobs

My favorite websites for finding remote jobs

Not every job site is going to make it easy to find remote or work at home jobs, but I’ve done my fair share of searching around and here are my favorites (that DON’T require a membership!)


We Work Remotely




Remote OK

Authentic Jobs

That’s all I’ve got for now! I hope this was helpful to you if you work from home or are considering becoming a remote worker! If you have any tips, leave them below! ❤️



*Some links may be affiliate links. A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do 😉