It’s almost the end of summer and I have practically broken my promise in contributing more time, love, and care into my blog. There are hardly any new posts from these past three months. I can make excuse after excuse with my online classes, shadowing, work, and spending time with my loved ones, but really, … More The Most Lost I’ve Ever Been.
This post was originally going to be titled “24 Reasons Why I SUCK At Blogging as of Lately”, but the last that I want to do is put a negative damper on your lovely day/afternoon/evening/midnight hour–not to mention, I could afford to be kinder to myself today. My mind has seriously taken a dip from … More Twelve of my Favorites: Favorite Smoothies, Audiobooks, L.A. Destinations, and Kind Gestures (even the small ones)
DISCLAIMER: Having disordered eating is not the same as possessing an eating disorder. However, there are many overlaps in the habits and thinking patterns between the two, so please exit out of this post if you become triggered easily. This post has been long in the works–at least in my head. I mentioned my experience … More Part 1: The Fundamentals of Overcoming Disordered Eating
Why hello to you all! I apologize in advance for such a late post. It has been quite a long time since I last published anything, but the summer thus far has been a whirlwind of events, late nights of working or playing, and of course, trying out new phenomenal vegan food. With all the … More Where I’ve Been: Eat Drink Vegan, Restaurant Hopping, School, Working, and a Destination Bucket List (with progress!)
Whenever people say “our body is a temple of worship”, everyone tends to associate consuming healthy food pertaining to weight loss or maintaining a healthy weight. However, it is extremely easy for many of us, myself included, to get sucked into the vortex of body aesthetics–I underwent a phase in my life where I only … More Body Parts We Should Pay More Attention To (not including how much we weigh or our body fat percentage)
It was National Donut Day a little more than a week ago, but I honestly wouldn’t mind whipping up more donuts this time around! To be totally honest, this opinion will be unpopular and I am prepped for the spears and swords coming towards me: donuts are overhyped. Perhaps overrated as well. I don’t know … More Peanut Butter Pumpkin Donuts (oil free and gluten-friendly)
What do you do with around a cup of raw almonds that you do NOT want to consume plain? Well, you have many options: almond milk, almond butter, chocolate covered almonds, a date-nut pie crust, chop up into desserts, and use as a topping for oatmeal or smoothie bowls. I wanted to utilize an entirely … More Kale Almond Pesto for Pasta