If anyone has read books of the Chicken Soup for the Soul company, you would definitely know that soup does wonders for warming up the body, mind, and spirit. Chicken soup, though? Not quite my deal. However, vegan soondubu jjigae? Absolutely! My mother has inspired me to dig more into making Korean dishes at home. … More Vegan Soondubu Jjigae (easy and low sodium)
One of the most therapeutic activities we can do during a quarantine is creating. We can write stories, paint, cultivate businesses, invent products, develop all kinds of artwork! Moreover, creating certainly entails some fun in the kitchen. You bet that I will be baking and cooking like NO other in this time, with the exception … More Salted Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls (vegan, grain free, and added sugar free)
It’s quarantine time. As worried as many of us are about societal health and the uncertainty of the Coronavirus’s next whereabouts (aka, potentially any part of the universe), I view this period as Mother Nature’s form of intervention where we need to truly be mindful of what we do, where we go, and how we … More The Health and Fitness Junkie’s List of Quarantine Staples (and the best ways to prevent a Coronavirus infection)
Folks, this recipe is JUST for you if you are obsessed with cookie dough, but you also are obsessed with pumpkin. Moreover, this is absolutely fantastic if you cannot consume wheat! I wanted to create a spontaneous recipe on a whim. Not just any recipe, though–one that contains nutritional value. There’s something about knowing that … More Peanut Butter Pumpkin Cookie Dough (grain free and vegan)
Happy February, folks! I wanted to quickly update you on some aspects of my life that I haven’t vocalized very often on my Instagram (not to be repetitive or anything of that sort): Below is what I’ve been eating lately! You can check it all out on my Instagram, but at the very least–my fruit … More What I’ve Been Eating Lately + Respiration for non-Bio-and-or-Chemistry Majors (plus genetic, microbiology, kinesiology, etc.)
Last month, I posted an article addressing how I visually look quite different in my photos compared to the beginning of 2019. Truth be told, it had been embarrassing to look at the jarring fluctuation in my body mainly because it reminded me of the evolution of my state of mind. Starting this game plan, … More MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT (my current fitness routine and diet)
Not all bloggers are on top of their posting game. For me, I will NOT establish a resolution to post more, because that’s just not going to happen. I’m currently bombarding my time with job and internship hunting, which entails placing my blog and social media closer to the rear end of the priority bus. … More What I Ate on the Holidays: Balanced Meals + Foodie Favorites
I’ve been told that cakes are never a lie. Each slice speaks the truth–if they’re lacking, overbearing, absolutely perfect, taste like a thousand calories, or taste like a hundred calories…you probably would know by at least the first or second bite. I have had many a plenty of slices of dessert cakes. Carrot, lemon, strawberry, … More Cinnamon Roll Cake (vegan, keto, and gluten free)
Last year, I got my hands on the Lakanto brownie mix to experiment with and DEVOUR. I provided a comprehensive review of the product, which was relatively positive despite the dry mix not forming properly solidified brownies, but instead a sludgier batch. Having said that, the nutritional profile and overall flavor of the brownie mix … More Updated Lakanto Brownie Mix Review: How I ACED the Vegan Brownie Formulation!
Just like how our souls age, so do our bodies. Some people tend to lose weight as they become older where others will naturally put on weight. Lifestyle habits, environmental circumstances, personal matters, and other physical parameters all affect the fluctuation (or lack thereof) of our body weight. To address the elephant in the room: … More I Don’t Weigh the Same as I Used to Earlier in 2019.