Jules of life

a life/style blog of a soon-to-be-doctor

May 30, 2015


I'm about to rant for a few seconds, so please forgive me. It's raining again today as it has for the past 3 weeks in not just Houston, but Texas in general. I know we were in a drought, but look, I'm OVER it. I'm over this moody, gloomy, make-me-wanna-sleep-all-day weather. I'm starting to think I live in Seattle rather than Houston/Austin. I just want to enjoy a full week with no rain and lots of sunshine that isn't in the freaking 90s. Is that too much to ask for ? ughhhh. Ok, that's all. I feel so much better. haha

May 28, 2015


It feels so good to be back in the blogging world. Although, I missed you all very much, I needed to take the very well needed unintentional break. I didn't plan to be gone for that long, or gone at all, but life happens and you are forced to slow down. After about a month into my hiatus, I realized that it had been a month and I still had no drive to come back, so I decided to take as much time as I needed.  I'm about to digress a little just so I can express how thankful to have you all on my corner. It's amazing how the internet can bring complete strangers together and have them connect like no other to form lifelong friendships/bonds. I got more emails/texts than I expected and it definitely made me hella emotional. Having people you've never met, miles away, care enough to check up on you is so amazing and such a beautiful thing.  I appreciated every email, texts and even phone calls. You guys are truly the best. Thank you!

May 24, 2015


Hey guys! Long time no see talk. So many changes have occurred around here since my last post--blog rebranding (more about this later), one year blogiversary, and most importantly, going from undergrad status to alumna status. What better way to get back into the blogosphere if not as a college graduate? I'm beyond ecstatic to be finally done with the journey I embarked on, 4 years ago. These past four years have been nothing short of amazing. I went from a young 16years old little girl to a 20years old grown woman. It has truly been an amazing journey and I'm forever grateful for the opportunity to perfect my craft and grow along the way.