Happy Halloween!! Halloween has been my favourite holiday since I was little, maybe because it was so close to my birthday or maybe it was because I got to dress up. Although time has passed and trick or treating is not exactly age appropriate at 28, here are some ideas to enjoy this spooky season.
In January we say “new year, new me”, we follow through with the thing that we want to do and the changes that we want to make. In February, Valentine’s Day comes and we might indulge a bit to celebrate the romance of the holiday. Now March is just around the corner and my question
On this romantic holiday, one food item that is part of most people’s Valentine’s Day treats is chocolate. But what is chocolate? How’s it made? And what’s the difference between the three types (white, milk, and dark)? And does it even matter?
It’s January, and I’m sure that we have all at least contemplated New Year resolutions. Yet like many of us, myself included, we struggle to stick with New Year’s resolutions. There are three big reasons why. They are not planned out. We seem to think that January 1st will bring in a new year and
The holiday season is fast approaching, with Christmas in just a couple days and many of us, even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, have probably experienced that festive seasonal event that often involves lots and lots of food! This abundance of food and festivities is often associated with weight gain, bloating or the well-known food