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In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: How to cut off your deadbeat father

https://twitter.com/Swilua/status/938112966343446529?s=17

“We taught our baby sign language. This is the sign for “help.” You’re welcome.” @Swilua

Oh this is hilarious. HELP.

I own these Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones and if you need something as a fancy gift in a pinch that people will love, buy them. I use them constantly, at home, when I am out, and the wireless feature along with keeping my ears warm during winter are amazing.

AP has missed her calling as a party planner / creative agent. Seriously. Have you seen her Harry Potter-themed baby shower? OMG. AMAZING.

This could possibly be the perfect work dress with a nice mandarin collar & good length. Wish it came in more colours!

She’s starting to do it. She’s cutting off her deadbeat father.

I couldn’t wear this lacy cami alone, but it would look cute peeking out underneath a white shirt.

Is she really turning her back on her Asian heritage if she decides to market herself in another way? PLENTY OF PEOPLE DO THIS. Why should she be the one to “take the high road”? Get up there, become famous, and use your fame to change how things are done. She’s just trying to work.

This Everlane tote looks simple and elegant.

Do not read this if you don’t want to get extremely angry, pissed off and wanting to rain down some major justice on people. I’m in tears.

Have you guys heard of Ellevest? They’ll give you a free financial plan to follow. U.S. Residents only.

How to take care of your clothes…. a comprehensive guide.

I am always on the hunt for the perfect tee, and this might be it although I must say the Grana cotton ones were very comfy (10% off here with my referral code).

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4 Comments

  1. Revanche @ A Gai Shan Life

    I understand a bit of Tania’s pain – I’ve observed serious racism from Asians against Asians who weren’t “pure” or the same race. It’s ugly and horrible. And people who were mixed were treated worse 🙁 I’m a mix and I’m definitely considered “not good enough” by the Chinese side a lot. Shrug. Whatever, y’all are jerks if you have a problem with my origins because I’m frakking awesome.

  2. Tania

    Thanks for the clothes care link! Regarding Chloe Wang, I’m also Eurasian and although it is not the same situation I’ve been the most hurt in the past about my mixed heritage by comments made to me by other Asians. Along the lines of making me feel not Asian.

    1. Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

      How terrible is that? You didn’t choose to be Eurasian, and it is a beautiful thing to have diversity.

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