DIY Crayon Wall Art Two-Ways

Need a DIY project? Want to spruce up your walls? It can be easy to do with a hairdryer, a canvas, scissors, paper, and a box of Crayola crayons. Things you already may have or can pick up at your nearest Walmart. There are two different styles you can make crayon art for your walls.

Deborah Lippmann: Invest in Your Polish

I LOVE the feeling of having my nails done. It adds the touch of elegance and self-care to any day. However, I HATE chipped nail polish. Crummy nail polishes chip within 10 minutes of application. All you can do with chipped polish is redo the nail and that is annoying. This leaves two options: invest in good polish or get your nails done professionally . It is cheaper to invest in good polish and easier.

Giada’s Feel Good Food: Does it taste good?

I have tried several of her recipes from online, but this was the first time I have tried recipes she has published in her cookbook. I recently got ahold of a copy of Giada’s Feel Good Food, and was very excited to try the recipes. Was her cookbook good? Why not take a look?

How to Decorate A German Chocolate Cake

The only down side to a German Chocolate Cake is that the thick chunky icing doesn’t allow you to create the beautiful cake trends that you see online. I have come up with the solution for decorating a cake with chunky icing. My solution is very simple and anyone can do it.

How To Weekend Like A Pro By Life Kit

One of my favorite podcasts to listen to is Life Kit. I have reviewed some awesome episodes that they have produced like Sleep Your Way to Better Health! and Life Kit: Guide to Studying and Happiness in College. They recently came out with another amazing episode that I recommend for anyone looking to hack life.

We are all trying to maximize the weekend. We work hard during the work week so why shouldn’t we try to maximize our days off? Life Kit developed this episode around how to have a good weekend. Having a good weekend is important to our health and lifestyle so why not work on achieving it! The tips provided are all backed by the experts so you can trust the tips listed to possibly work. 

Japanese Milk Pudding: Delicate Treat

There is one treat that I haven’t come across in the United States as often as I did in Japan. What is it? It is called Milk Pudding. In Japan, this can be found in any connivence store on any street. In the United States, you have to scour the shelves of the local asian market and pray that they have it. If you aren’t familiar with milk pudding, you are missing out on a delicacy.

Gem Goddess: A Message From Beyond

In times of uncertainty, it is interesting the things we turn to for reassurance of a promising tomorrow. For me, I turn to tarot cards. It sounds silly but why not try something more silly if it reassuring to the listeners. I don’t own my own set of tarot cards or know all the oracle meanings of them so I rely on other’s readings.

Enoki Beef: Japanese Beef Rolls

With lockdown in place, new cookbooks are out of reach. However, new recipes are not. I found was scrolling through Pinterest when I came across a new Japanese recipe, Enoki Beef Rolls.

Enoki Beef Rolls is thinly wrapped marinated beef that is around Enoki mushrooms. I served this dish with Vegetable Stir-Fry and Jasmine Rice for a twist on the usual weeknight dinner I make. I used the recipe for Enoki Beef Rolls by Wander Cooks, which you can find here.

Lemon Ginger Crème Brûlée from Cuisine at Home

I came across this gem of a magazine while digging through old magazines. I flipped and discovered a recipe to try. One of my mom’s favorite dessert is Créme Brûlée. The magazine featured a recipe of Créme Brûlée  by adding a modern spin to the classic recipe.