Better late than never, right? I had the tips for this post prepared long ago however I never got around to posting it correctly. My studies are my top priority and I have been taking exams for my IB diploma since the first week of May. I’m so happy to be done with them all and to have more time on my hands for IP!
Waking up in the morning has never been an issue…as long as I have at least 8 hours of sleep. As a child, I was a big consumer of Cherrios and bananas, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Cookie Crisp; however, over … Continue reading
I have no fear of adding too much spices. Rather, I am fearful of adding too little spices. In my kitchen, you can easily find over 40 spices that each offer a unique and essential taste to a dish. No, these … Continue reading
I hate to admit it but at least once a day, I complain about how cold it is in DC and how I can not wait for Spring to come. I don’t want to be so negative towards anything in … Continue reading
The holiday season is upon us. What does that exactly mean? It means that it is time to bake and eat all the cookies in the world!
Welcome into November! We are officially 2 months away from the end of the year. Crazy, right? November is the month of Thanksgiving and giving your gratitude and thanks to those in around you. I hope this past year has treated you … Continue reading
October, are you there? Are you sure it’s time for us to say goodbye to summer? I’m not sure if I ready to dive into the season of root vegetables and warm dishes. I’ll miss my smoothies: Banana Mango, Berry Banana, … Continue reading
As the cooler months roll in, it’s time to prepare your garden and make most use of your herbs. Bye Bye Basil? Not quite, make homemade pesto and preserve it. Continue reading
While I scrolled through my Instagram feed last year, I began to marvel at all the salads and cakes that were topped with fresh flowers. The idea of topping foods with fresh flowers sounded expensive to me and for that reason, I … Continue reading
The summer heat is hitting us from all directions. Do you find yourself sweating after a few minutes outside? Imagine how our plants feel. All the veggies that grow outside suffer more from the summer’s heat as the ground is dry, … Continue reading