Liebster Award By Anushka

Thank you Anushka, for my nomination! Rules- Thank the blogger who nominated you Answers the 11 questions the blogger asked you (which Is the best part for me) Nominate 11 bloggers Ask your nominees 11 questions Notify your 11 nominees My questions 1.Which super hero do you like the most?  2.If you had a time… Continue reading Liebster Award By Anushka

Art Inspiration: Bunny Love

In the memory of my friend’s bunny, Buttercup, who passed away recently, she asked me to do a sketch of Buttercup and her bunny hubby, Sugar. Follow Chocoviv’s Lifestyle Blog on Instagram: Twitter: Pinterest: TikTok:

Reblog Feature: A Tradition Worth Keeping

Canadian Makers Market (CMM) was created out of the pure joy I feel from helping others! This year especially, I wanted to help others have a better holiday season so I pursued an idea that had sparked in September. It was one of those grand ideas; you know, those ideas that become so persistent in… Continue reading Reblog Feature: A Tradition Worth Keeping

Netflix Series: Sleepless Society (Bedtime Wishes)

Image Courtesy of Netflix Image Courtesy of Netflix Summary From the beginning, the Rain Castle Hotel and Resort was filled with secrets…. Nara was a flight attendant, who met a wealthy businessman, Rain, who owned a beautiful resort. One day, he invited her to visit and stay at the Rain Castle Hotel and Resort. Themes:… Continue reading Netflix Series: Sleepless Society (Bedtime Wishes)

Reblog Feature: The Origins of the Nutcracker

Chances are, by now you have probably heard the familiar, lilting lullabies and imaginative symphonies of Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite” this … The Origins of the Nutcracker Image Courtesy of Amazon There were many versions of the Nutcracker story. However, I love the illustrations of this version of Nutcracker! Maurice Sendak, was one of my favourite… Continue reading Reblog Feature: The Origins of the Nutcracker

Book Review: Factor-7

Thank you Mindbuck Media for sending me this copy of a soon-to-be-released copy of Factor-7 by J.D. May! Image Courtesy of Goodreads Summary Dr. Sam Hawkins was the head trauma surgeon at the hospital. One day, his colleague and friend died in his arms at the hospital from a mysterious and horrid infection, while mumbling… Continue reading Book Review: Factor-7

Art Inspiration: The Nutcracker

“Nutcracker dolls, also known as Christmas nutcrackers, are decorative nutcracker figurines most commonly made to resemble a toy soldier. In German tradition, the dolls are symbols of good luck, frightening away malevolent spirits. While nearly all nutcrackers from before the first half of the 20th century are functional, a significant proportion of modern nutcrackers are primarily decorative, and not… Continue reading Art Inspiration: The Nutcracker

This Or That Book Tag

Thank you Krishna for tagging me to do this fun book tag! Also, this tag was originally created by AYUNDA! Rules to this book tag: Mention the creator of the tag Thank the blogger who tagged you! Tag other people to do the tag and spread the love! Questions Reading on the couch or on the bed?… Continue reading This Or That Book Tag

Book Review: Usborne Growing Up For Girls

This was the second book that I read regarding growing up for girls. I was very impressed with the range of topics in this book. There wasn’t much graphics nor colour pictures in this book though. Besides the basic growing up topics about the changing body, it included: -eating disorders -exercise -body image -sex and… Continue reading Book Review: Usborne Growing Up For Girls

Movie Review: Bloodshot

Image Courtesy of Wikipedia This movie was based on a comic book character named Bloodshot. Bloodshot was originally an US Marine, named Ray, who was kidnapped along with his wife by mercenaries. The leader Axe killed his wife and him when he wouldn’t comply. Or so he thought….. Ray wakes up to find himself in… Continue reading Movie Review: Bloodshot