Baked Thai Chicken Satay (Paleo + gluten free)

This is a huge staple of Thai cuisine that I’ve been neglecting at Thai places lately. HA-UGE. Satay is actually of Indonesian origin, but its use in cuisine spread throughout Southeast Asia and even parts of the Netherlands. Every country has its own different take on a satay because there really are no barriers as to … More Baked Thai Chicken Satay (Paleo + gluten free)

Latest Foodie Obsessions 2 (with an Earth Angel Pantry Review)

I could not resist holding back my current foodie favorites from the blog! My highs have changed and there are so many new awesome things that I’ve been a fanatic about nowadays. Some of these things might actually bring some new kind of content on my social media and blogging platforms, so read on if you … More Latest Foodie Obsessions 2 (with an Earth Angel Pantry Review)

Tuesday Thoughts: is There Really Such Thing as a Bad Person?

REALLY think about this one. Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of toxicity and pettiness within a lot of the social media committees I follow. I personally don’t really identify with one, hence I won’t name anybody, but let’s just say that there are a lot of pretty darn brutal people who can be complete … More Tuesday Thoughts: is There Really Such Thing as a Bad Person?

Tuesday Thoughts: Finding Balance + Loving How You Eat

One day, I found this beautiful picture on Instagram that caught my attention. It really made me think about not only how I was living in terms of my diet, but also how people generally do. I remember how people would generally respond to this question as I saw it and was really intrigued. Imagine … More Tuesday Thoughts: Finding Balance + Loving How You Eat

How the Temperature of Your Food Can Make it More Satisfying

Have you ever been in those situations where you eat something so hearty, big in volume and fibrous but still feel hungry an hour or even minutes later? Yeah, I’ve been there so many times, and it is such a bother! I never understood why this would happen. I would eat a ton of overnight … More How the Temperature of Your Food Can Make it More Satisfying

Breaking Abstinence

From a post a while ago, I went to Vinh Loi and had fried rice for dinner and breakfast the next morning. Turns out the rice I thought was pure whole grain brown rice was white rice smothered in seasoning. Oooooooooooooooops. I didn’t find out just by looking at some strangely pale and thin grains, but also … More Breaking Abstinence

The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 2) – Stay in Shape When You’re Sick

Voila, Part 2 of my Cold War series is here! In this case, we discuss the best exercises for keeping our immunity strong, and even boosting it! But just because that’s true doesn’t mean you should hit the gym or run in the rain. I actually find it disrespectful if I were to show up … More The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 2) – Stay in Shape When You’re Sick

The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 1) – Zucchini Lentil Mountain

As you can see in the title, this is a new three or four part series I’ve started on my blog on how to survive the flu! Let me get one point straight, and we can all agree on this: No one likes getting sick. Clogged-up noses, watery eyes, headaches, awful appetite and complete lethargy in an already dreary … More The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 1) – Zucchini Lentil Mountain