I’m no whiz in the kitchen but since I learned the value and importance of food preparation, I learned to make at least the simplest of dishes.
And when you have no one to feed but yourself (well, in my case, Nic, who does not complain most of the time), you dare to make bold moves and experiment just a little bit. After all, you’re eating whatever you end up making! So I totally get it when you find a recipe you really like but have trouble putting all the ingredients together. Some things are either really hard to find or so expensive, they’re just impractical to purchase. Continue reading Recipe | A Holiday Green Bowl So Easy to Make and Customize
We all bear witness to an annual flooding of New Year’s Resolutions in nearly every social media platform. Many post status updates, snap photos and caption them with their resolutions or type up a 165-character version of it for all their followers to read. Whether you’ve heard them from your friends, your family or maybe even said them yourself each year, I’ve rounded up five of my favourite health resolutions that often end up, well… being on the list again the following year. Continue reading 5 Health Resolutions You Need to Stop Making Every New Year
I can’t believe we’re on our fourth week! Just a few more days and Shirley will once again step on the scale to see how she has improved in terms of weight and fat percentage.
Continue reading #Healthierin100 Week 3: Clocking In for your Time Out
Greatly inspired by Mark Bustos’ #BeAwesometoSomebody project, I decided to start the #Healthierin100 Movement wherein one commits to become a health buddy to a friend (or two) for 100 days. In my case, I made a commitment to a close friend. I’d have to admit, this is pretty nerve-wracking especially because it not only requires dedication from my friend’s part but from mine as well. I’d have to be there with her every step of the way. Continue reading The #Healthierin100 Movement