Craving Sweetness, But Sugar-free

As a mother, I try my very best to be a good example and each less sweets. It’s difficult as I love chocolate. Growing up as a chocoholic was painful as there was no sugar free versions out there. The only sugar substitute that was popular back then was aspartame! Not for me! Stevia To… Continue reading Craving Sweetness, But Sugar-free

Reblog Feature: Money Saving Tips In The Kitchen

A friend of mine once said to know how to save money in the kitchen is key to a comfortable and successful life. I tend to believe her, the kitchen is the center of every household around the world and how you work in the kitchen and spend money in it will determine your household… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Money Saving Tips In The Kitchen

Sunshine Award Nomination By James A. Best -Author

Amidst this chaos of times, this Sunshine Award Nomination came at the right time. Thank you James for this! Here’s the link to his nomination. The Sunshine Blogger Award is given to bloggers who inspire positiveness and creativity in the blogging community. The Rules Are : 1. Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide… Continue reading Sunshine Award Nomination By James A. Best -Author

Happy First Blogversary

Today is my Lifestyle Blog’s first blogversary! I completely forgot about it until I saw the wonderful messages on LinkedIn! Thank you to all my subscribers for the support and love. It means so much to have likeminded folks to exchange comments and thoughts. When I first began this blog, I only planned to use… Continue reading Happy First Blogversary

Reblog Feature: Gardening For Therapy Part 2

Happy Mother’s day!! One of my reasons for writing a 2 part blog post about gardening was to lead to Mother’s day and emphasize the necessity of us moms do something that gives us pleasure. As moms, most of the time, we put the well being and happiness of our children and everyone else before… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Gardening For Therapy Part 2

Mother’s Day During Lock Down

Mother’s Day was normally a day that many folks would go out to restaurants to have a meal with their family. But not this year…. Covid-19 caused many restaurants to only do take-out or delivery orders over here in our area. Sadly, some restaurants even had to closed permanently. This Mother’s Day, we preordered a… Continue reading Mother’s Day During Lock Down

Reblog Feature: Is Pandemic Easier On Ecofriendly Lifestyle?

Earth day is upon us. I think this is the first time in many years that Earth is getting what it deserved. Kind of a break from us. Due to COVID 19, a lot of countries put a restriction on travel and advised people to stay home. That means less gas emission, which already proved to be… Continue reading Reblog Feature: Is Pandemic Easier On Ecofriendly Lifestyle?

My Batman Model Kit

Ever since I was a little girl, I preferred toys like LEGO and building toys, over dolls. I loved superheroes and was envious of all those model kits that many of my male friends owned. All those model kits of characters from animations brought to life… However, as a girl, it wasn’t a hobby that… Continue reading My Batman Model Kit

Easter Day In Quarantine

Happy Easter!! One of the sketches of this week was this Easter basket that I did a few days ago. Normally, I would take the children out for Easter egg hunts during the Easter weekend. But, not this year…. we only walked around the block. The sun was out and the neighbourhood felt surreal. None… Continue reading Easter Day In Quarantine

Reblog Feature: What Covid-19 Stands For Me In Quarantine

So it’s been at least a minimum of two weeks of quarantine and social distancing for everyone in Vancouver. How are you doing? Anyone else thinks that they are stuck in the Groundhog Day Movie? Have you decided what COVID 19 stands for you? I’m normally a positive person and on purpose stay away from… Continue reading Reblog Feature: What Covid-19 Stands For Me In Quarantine