It’s puzzling to truthfully state that I’ve inhabited this Earth for nineteen years–well, I will in about fourteen hours since I was born in the evening. And as I emphasized in my last post, I created an entire game-plan to celebrate during this extremely busy week, aka “dead week” as termed by the rest of … More Birthday-Style One Ingredient Cake
I have this quirky tradition where I celebrate my birthday for more than one day. This is because my birthday usually falls on a day where I don’t have enough time for a proper celebration due to work, school, studying, or anything else that’s extremely taxing on time and energy. This year, it just so … More Tomato Vegetable Stew (healthy, vegan, gluten free, oil free + high protein)
First off, hope you all had a FABULOUS week so far. Can you believe that November is over and that December is finally upon us, which further proves the theory that time is just Mother Nature’s ninja. It’s unseen, fleeting, and can really strike you out of nowhere! Also, it’s even harder to believe that … More Vegan Thanksgivings Part 3: I Can’t Believe it’s Not Turkey!
Time to time, I get credited for my strong qualities of dedication and commitment. “You’re so dedicated to working out!” “Ugh, I wish I can eat as healthy as you do.” “Wow, you’re vegan? That’s a lot of commitment.” But here’s the thing. According to our favorite teacher, Google, the word commitment has two definitions. Weird, right? Here’s … More Don’t View Things as a Commitment
If you haven’t taken a peek at my first installment of Vegan Thanksgivings, click the link right here (it also comes with a BOMB dahl recipe)! I didn’t really get a chance to explain what this mini series is, but Vegan Thanksgivings is basically a mini 3-4 part series on my blog that will briefly recap … More Vegan Thanksgivings Part 2: Enjoying a Plant-Based Potluck
So yes, the Thanksgiving holiday and feasting are over, which is why I am currently bundled up in my bed with my food baby from Vinh Loi‘s vegan turkey. The chaos and consumerism of Black Friday are upon us, which serve as two VERY significant reasons for me to STAY bundled up in my bed with … More Vegan Thanksgivings Part 1: Vegan Vegetable Dahl Recipe + An Asian-Style Feast
Being an extremely avid fanatic of health, fitness and food, it’s pretty clear that I have some kind of history with calorie curiosity. Now a lot of bloggers I follow have relatively polar views on calories. Some completely ignore them and emphasize whole foods and color-counting over calorie-counting, whereas others are fully open to sharing … More The Aftermath of Calorie Counting: Tracking Again? + Relationship with Food