It’s been a while since I posted a recipe on the blog, but that doesn’t mean I’ve stopped experimenting with food! I am a foodie at heart (hence my complete failure at sticking to any diet that forbids certain foods) and a foodie is always on the lookout for new recipes! With the snowy winter months… More Yummy Chicken Philly Cheesesteak
Somedays time just seems to be flying by, especially when there’s a toddler around to bounce off the walls and make the days blur together in a fog of exhaustion and bliss. There are still moments though where the world just seems to stand still, when your path seems to stretch out before you, full of… More Frozen in Time
Do you own a TV? Do you have a toddler or two running around the place? Then chances are you’ve been forced to watch some toddler-friendly, heavy on primary colours kids TV channels from time to time. However, despite it’s annoying manically happy vibes and its tendency to break the fourth wall every 2 mins,… More Dialling Up the Creepy in Kids TV
As some of you might have noticed, I have (finally) returned from my extended vacation and am back home. Currently, I’m trying to get back into the flow of things before diving back into the blogosphere, which isn’t as easy as it sounds. I mean, who would have thought 2 months of getting spoiled by… More Bright Little Things
What’s life without new projects and and new challenges? Boring is what it is. Having new things to focus our energy on is always fun and exciting, don’t you think? In that vein, I’m here to announce the launch of my new project (finally!): The Tiny Panda. What is the Tiny Panda you ask? Well I… More The Tiny Panda
Humans may rule the world and all that but that doesn’t mean they can’t learn a thing or two about optimism and not giving up from their 4-legged compatriots… In response to the Weekly Photography Challenge.
Traveling halfway across the world is never the easiest of things, but add a culturally ingrained tendency to overpack to the mix and it can quickly devolve into a hair-pulling, anxiety-inducing free for all that may very well end in a nervous breakdown for everyone involved. I’m Pakistani by birth and there’s a famous… More The Art of Packing a Suitcase: T-shirts, Teacups and 20 Yards of Bubblewrap