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?

Taupo Trip: Finally Taking Some Time Off

We haven’t been able to take a break since the Christmas holiday. During the lockdown, the Mister and I continued to work, maybe even more than before (which is a blessing, definitely!) We missed out on going on our anniversary trip due to the restrictions, but we were finally able to take a break last … Continue reading Taupo Trip: Finally Taking Some Time Off

Tips To Stay Cosy At Home This Winter

Temperatures are dropping here in the southern hemisphere. While I am not particularly a fan (honestly, I am just not made for the cold weather), there are some things we can do to feel cosier this winter. With us spending a lot of time at home nowadays, here are some things that I do to … Continue reading Tips To Stay Cosy At Home This Winter

Date, Nut, and Cocoa Balls Recipe

Here’s an easy, no-bake, snack / dessert that you can prep and enjoy for the week (or next couple of days). The recipe is very flexible, and you can add in whatever ingredient you fancy - maybe some seeds or chocolate chips. Ingredients 1 cup dates1 cup nuts (Feel free to use whatever nuts you … Continue reading Date, Nut, and Cocoa Balls Recipe