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Day 90

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a girl named Radhika has had a love affair with ice cream since her childhood. Seriously can’t believe I’ve made it this far without expressing my immense gratitude for my favorite food in the entire world, ice cream. To make up for not making this abundantly clear, I…

Day 89

In less than month now, I’ll be 25. This event has always held significance for me. Perhaps because my mother would always tell me that 25 is when my brain would fully develop and I could consider myself a “real” adult or perhaps it’s because 25 felt so far away in my freshman year of…

Day 88

Today I’m grateful for da real MVP, the unsung hero of my life, the purveyor of restful nights and restless mornings, my bed. Lord knows I need to spend more time with you. Friday night was particularly special because I got to spend an entire, totally shameless, luxurious, 14 hours, fully recuperating, nestled in your…

Day 87

One of the biggest realizations this gratitude project has elicited is that I’m so grateful for my family. You’ve all probably noticed how ubiquitous they are both in my posts and in my reality and for some time, I was embarrassed of that. When I started college, it was as if my closeness to my…

Day 86

Grateful for the serendipity of this beautiful wall art matching my dress, the company of my smiley favorite people, and the food filled day at Venice that really was everything over this Independence holiday.

Day 85

Grateful for cold watermelón, sandia, tarbuj, 🍉 – the only way to get through the Southern Californian summertime without losing ones’ mind. Also much gratitude to the makers of tajín, this Indian brown California girl’s gratefully appropriated Mexican alternative to chat masala. tajin

Day 84

I’ve spent much of my life identifying myself as either from “Los Angeles” or “San Francisco”, largely because the little towns that I’m really from are specks in the grand carpet that is California. Today, I’m grateful for my roots in a small, California desert town, Moreno Valley. For the longest time, all my city…