I am not quite fond of making year ender posts, in fact, I hadn’t published one in my whole blogging life as far as I remember. This year, let’s make it different. 2015 is the Year of the Sheep/Goat/Ram according to the Chinese zodiac, hence the photo above.
To be frankly honest, I can’t conclude if 2014 was one of the better years. A lot of things happened that may or may be life changing for me. Yes, I am that unsure because I can’t even say or decide whethere a life event is life changing to me or not. Let me list some of the things I remember that happened the past year. Continue Reading
Hello! I’m kinda back, well sort of. I moved into a new space. Yay! Finally, I have my own domain again for the first time in 4 or 5 years, I think. It feels like home to be honest. I am so back in my niche. Though this blog is still under some minor issues, I’m really glad that I have it running now. Thanks to Mona for helping me because I felt like a noob all over again. Lol
Life updates? I’m still looking for work! The lazy ass in me is quite dictating my phase hence my current state. But yeah, hopefully by early next year, I’ll be able to find a decent job. Also, I’m quite estatic that the Holidays are coming because the family kind of planned a trip to the north by the end of this month. I only wish that it pushes through. Come hell or high water, I’m pretty sure that I’ll be setting foot in the north one of these days.
For the past few days, I’ve been pulling off an Erwan Heussaff on the meals I prepared. I’m not quite sure if these bunch can be classified under “non-fattening food” but I’m pretty sure they are at least…healthy? I guess. Most of my home cooked meals consist of the same ingredients like quinoa, basil, and tomatoes. My mom bought me two bags of quinoa a week ago. I grow my own basil and I buy my tomatoes in the local market. Anything else, I just find in the kitchen or maybe old stocks in my pantry.