Things to Remember During Your Waiting Season

The last two years for me have been a constant stream of “No’s”. Even before this global pandemic, I’ve been feeling that my life has been on-hold. The things that I am wanting to happen aren’t happening. The plans that I made aren’t coming to fruition. Have you felt the same way? Waves of frustration … Continue reading Things to Remember During Your Waiting Season

Beginner Mistakes When Trying To Become Zero Waste

As someone who has been learning about sustainable living for less than a year, I could say that I am still a beginner when it comes to living sustainably and being zero waste. There are so many resources online talking about this topic (One of my favorites would be Christine of Simply by Christine). Of … Continue reading Beginner Mistakes When Trying To Become Zero Waste

Why Did I Stick With Minimalism?

It’s been 2 years since I discovered minimalism, and I haven’t looked back since. It’s still an ongoing journey for me, continuously questioning what I needed and what I didn’t, what made me happy and what didn’t add any value. I feel like I still have a long way to go, since admittedly, I feel … Continue reading Why Did I Stick With Minimalism?

Having An Emergency Fund Has Kept My Peace Of Mind

I was recently made redundant at work. It’s not uncommon nowadays, with unemployment rates rising all over the world due to Covid-19. Of course, it initially caused me to feel stressed and overwhelmed, but that’s also mainly because I am dealing with other stuff aside from (actually, bigger than) work.

Homemade Granola Recipe

Although I know that oats are good for our body, I just can’t stand the usual oatmeal’s mushy texture. So I used to just make oat cookies out of them (I still do)! However, I figured that making granola serves the same purpose of taking away that unpleasant (for me) texture, so I gave that … Continue reading Homemade Granola Recipe