First off, happy 2013! The old has gone, and the new come.
I believe everyone has had their fair share of highlights in the past year — and while we remember the good, let’s also forget the bad (learn from them, too) then look forward to better things 🙂
I haven’t been able to keep up with the blog in the past few months. Changes will come but possibly slower than expected; yet it’s all about taking things one at a time! I’m just happy to have all of you with me on this journey.
Today being 1st January, I thought I’d start off the new year with something simple and healthy to share. And these two are also part of the goals I had set for myself when I first started sharing. It’s nice, then, to remind myself and to have things go full circle.
I hope you enjoy this easy-to-make and super refreshing almond apple banana smoothie!
School has been swallowing me whole. Not to mention the birthday prep and the party itself for my 21st just a few days back.
I haven’t been posting, and about my food all the more 😦 What I’ve missed is cooking at home. It’s probably not the food, but the cooking that is my comfort; going back to why I started this blog, you’ll know.
And hence, on impulse, I plated up after making lunch today, got my camera and set to work.
I couldn’t think of shorter name for this dish. There’s just so much in it that I can’t quite describe it fully.
The lemon-infused chicken has been something I’ve wanted to cook for a while, after reading about it in the chicken cookbook I’m currently onto. The idea of little lemon pockets in chicken breast sounded too… Adorable.
And then for the spaghetti — I was browsing for Swiss chard recipes (as I happen to have had some in the fridge that needed to be used quick) and chanced upon one that sounded like it could pair well with the chicken.
It was all a series of very unfortunate events, that led to the most pleasant discovery.
Mother’s Day came a day earlier for my family this year.
Last night, instead of heading out to a fancy restaurant, we had a quiet and simple celebration at home. No party, no frills — just home.
Crowds aside, love was the reason we all chose to be at home. And I’m sure home with those whom we love the most (and those only who can love us the most) was where everyone most wanted to be.
Full colour grilled vegetables.
My Dad’s really fond of what we’d call “Western food”. To him, that’s simple cooking. It’s true, sometimes; Asian food is a whole different ball game. So since he was in charge of dinner for the night, Western was on the menu.
This is my boyfriend Keith who, from henceforth, shall be affectionately referred to as “K” on this blog. He’s a cutie. And I won’t lie, I’ve been crushing on him for quite a while now… Ha ha, needless to say.
Thought I’d write something more personal today. This post is dedicated to him. No, not our sappy love story, but a post about him.
It is not every day that you meet a bodybuilder. And neither is it every day that you fall in love with a bodybuilder.
Since I was 14 years of age or thereabouts, it has always been a passion of mine to write, yet I never got a proper lifestyle blog going. God knows what took me so long! In the past two months I’ve been giving much serious thought about my career path (you see, I am getting old) and frankly, no prizes for guessing it right!
And so here I am, starting off with this little space I can call my own “home” — where I can nest my thoughts and document every calculated step in life. My interests span across a vast spectrum: from art to photography and yes, especially food and fashion.