About me


I am interested in a wide range of topics including psychology, mindfulness, spirituality, Buddhism, veganism, learning mandarin, sustainability, minimalism, health & nutrition.

I try to spend two hours each day on self-improvement and cultivating positive habits (daily maintenance) – practicing Vipassana meditation and yoga, running and reading (or listening to) books.

I am PhD candidate in psychology at The University of Melbourne. My research focuses on the ‘dose-response’ effects of meditation, that is, the relationship between time spent meditating, the kinds of practices engaged in and the benefits in terms of wellbeing.