Minimal & Functional: The Kitchen Utensils You Need

A bad workman blames his tools. It is very easy, when something goes wrong, to blame a person, the conditions, your equipment. That just isn’t good enough. In the kitchen, you need a few basic tools to prepare tasty and delicious meals. After these, you can add more elaborate equipment. However, if you’re working in a capsule kitchen or don’t have the finances to buy … Continue reading Minimal & Functional: The Kitchen Utensils You Need

Listen to these Podcasts: The 2020 Edition

Today, September 30th, is International Podcast Day. My love for podcasts is strong and, inspired by this international day of recognition, I decided to update my 2019 podcast list and create this 2020 version. A lot can change in a year *cough* COVID *cough*. Equally a lot can stay the same – you’ll notice some of my recommendations have carried through from 2019 to 2020. … Continue reading Listen to these Podcasts: The 2020 Edition

Weekends are made for Netflix

I was a late adapter when it came to Netflix. It has really only been this year (2020) that I have gotten into it and I must say, there are lots of great shows on there. From movies to documentaries, there is something for everyone. Becoming Michelle’s Obama’s memoir, released in 2020. Becoming is one of the the few audiobooks I have listened to and … Continue reading Weekends are made for Netflix

100 days to less sugar: Days 91-100

I’m almost at the end! Definitely, without the accountability of people reading my blog, I would have given up on this sugar challenge a long time ago. In reality, I should be finished already but I took a weekend off for Easter and I think there were some times where I forgot to log my day. Day 91: Momma’s marble cake is still looking at … Continue reading 100 days to less sugar: Days 91-100