Since going off gluten, dairy and eggs two months ago I have had to get a little creative with meals. I try and cook as little of my vegetables as possible and stay away from anything processed. This salad bowl was a swing and a hit! I'm really not a salad kinda girl but I … Continue reading Salad Bowl with Air Fried Chicken
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It has been such a long time since I sat down and updated on how #conqueringhashimotos has been going. A big part of my reason for moving home this year was to get my health under control. I started this year feeling drained and lethargic. I was nauseous most days out of a week with … Continue reading Life Update.
The Promise is the Pearse's sequel to Belle. When we meet Belle again she is married to Jimmy and living with him, Mog and Garth above a pub that Garth and Jimmy run. Belle is a respected woman in the society despite her lower class because of the beautiful hats she crafts and sells in … Continue reading The Promise by Lesley Pearse
This book surprised me. I didn't think that was possible anymore, especially when reading a genre I have read many times before. I thought I had figured out the pattern and storylines that come up time and time again. And yet, Karen Rose surprised me a number of times. In fact, I was so sure … Continue reading Silent Scream by Karen Rose
Captivating is the book every woman should read. This book is an almost sequel to the book Wild at Heart written by John which addressed the question on men’s hearts, “Do I have what it takes?”. In Captivating, John teamed up with his wife Stasi to give us the female equivalent. In Wild at Heart … Continue reading Captivating by John and Stasi Eldridge
[Guest Writer] It’s hard to know where life is heading right now. It’s like that sensation you sometimes get where you are suddenly aware of the blood being pumped unconsciously into your brain. You know that feeling when you are trying to fall asleep when suddenly the fabric of your pillow seems to echo your … Continue reading Close Encounters with a Ruminating Mind.
[Guest Writer] This time was a little bit weird at first but then we all got used to social distancing. Quarantine lasted for about one month and now everything is gradually getting back to normal in Vietnam. I'm so happy to meet humans again! In that one month I tried to study something new or … Continue reading life in the time of corona series: part 1
Spoiler Alert! This has been my favourite book so far this year and I can't believe I came so close to putting it down and not giving it a try. My mom read this book first. She read it in a day. I had just finished one of mine and was scouring the house for … Continue reading Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
This was an interesting book that I really couldn't put down. The story is told from the perspective of two different women, alternating every chapter. These two women come from very different backgrounds and initially it's difficult to see how they're going to connect. Once this became clear I couldn't stop reading until I saw … Continue reading The Secret She Keeps by Michael Robotham