One of the best things with overnight oats is that – number one, you just open them the next day. Second, it takes about 5 to 10 minutes to prepare. Finally, they are just way too awesome to eat the next day. Whoever said healthy isn’t yummy probably hasn’t tried experimenting yet. Here’s a photo of my overnight oats before sealing it in for the … Continue reading Peanut Butter Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats
I love mixing curry into salads and all the ingredients that come along with it. The mixture of spices plus the sweetness of raw and flavourful raisins and almonds are, for myself, one of my most favourite combinations when it comes to homemade salads. This recipe is 100% gluten, dairy, peanut, grain and sugar free, plus it’s vegan and protein-packed that can be served hot … Continue reading Sweet and Spicy Curry Lentil Salad
Backpack versus Luggage. This has been a well-debated subject over the past few years between myself and myself. To be honest, I’m not comfortable leaving home without my home with me. It’s an iffy feeling to walk out of the house without your essentials with you – and essentials I mean everything (up to an extra foldable grocery bag inside your bag). But over the course of years … Continue reading Why I Travel with Backpacks
For the past few months, I have to admit, I’ve been nothing but busy. I’d say 50% of being busy was good but the other half? Well, not so much. I’ve been having health checkups and more sick leaves taken due to exhaustion and being burned out. Let’s just say the time I need to do things – well, it’s not enough. Number one, work … Continue reading Catching Up
I just love DIYs. They’re cheap, fun and so easy to do. This is a short guide on how we (my husband and I worked on them) made our very own toilet bombs and we are so in love with just having them at home. We try to save as much time as we can at home. We put marriage/ family (with Boogie, our 11 year-old … Continue reading DIY: Homemade Toilet Bombs
There are noteworthy blogs all around that write about their adventures in flying and how it changed their lives. To name a few you have Kyla Duffy, Susie Goldfarb and Lynn Braz. I look up to these women and I follow them all over social media. The moment I first jumped off the board I knew I’ll get ultimately hooked and I haven’t stopped flying since then. Seriously, I … Continue reading Trapeze: Are you an addict?
Five months from now, I’m officially celebrating my fly-nniversary of three years. There’s so much to write about my trapeze life (admittedly my addiction) but I’ll start with the basics. Today’s topic: How (over the course of years) I took care and still take care of my hands. When I started flying, I knew that my hands will eventually build up calluses and rip thereafter. I’ve accepted that fact. I was a … Continue reading Caring for your trapeze hands