Welcome to The Blasian Cajun, a food, travel, and culture blog! I started blogging in 2013 when I lived in Japan. It was a way to share the stories behind the photos I would share on Facebook with my family and friends. You can find those posts over on my lifestyle and travel blog, Life of Creed. So drop by there and check it out. Fast forward to 2021 and I’m starting new with this blog sharing about food, travel, and a little bit of storytelling.
I’m glad to have you here on this new blogging journey. Keep reading to get to know me a little better.
Get to know me…
I’m a tea-drinking, half Thai, half black introvert born and raised in Southwest Louisiana. With Lafayette, Louisiana’s being the heart of Cajun and Creole Country. I, however, grew up in the outskirts of Opelousas. I’m a small-town girl, who loves to travel.
I enjoy traveling and have lived in and visited a few countries. Eating ramen in Japan to Pad Thai in Thailand, I’ve eaten some good food. But nothing beats the food of Southwest Louisiana – gumbo, crawfish, king cake, boudin, and cracklin. After living away from Louisiana for many years, it feels good to be back home. I have to mention I’m a picky eater, I have always been one since I was a child. Don’t get me wrong, I like to eat… just super picky.
My background, however, is in health care. I have a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration, an Associate of Science in Pharmacy Technician, and a diploma in Medical Office Administration. Currently, I am working on my Master of Science in Psychology. But I have always had a love for writing and have made blogging my full-time career.