Attempting to live a zero waste lifestyle in our new place Continue reading Making Do: Aiming for Zero Waste Living
Let me preface this by saying that some of my favourite clothes were from H&M, which I wore regularly. However, in recent years, I’ve noticed a disappointing decline in their materials. The backstory I had two 15% off vouchers because I donated clothes to them, and the salesclerk for once was at the counter and he passed me the vouchers. Since I recently started working … Continue reading Why H&M is not a sustainable option
Since I’ve been trying to adopt a more waste-free life, I’ve been a big fan of sourcing clothes and items through Carousell (STILL not a sponsored post), but I’ve never really shopped in bulk for groceries–I’ve only ever filled up castille soap and olive oil in my mason jars. When I found a bulk food store near my home, I decided to change things and … Continue reading Shopping.
So, readers of this site will know I have fibroids, which are non-cancerous tumor growths in your womb, and can cause lots of distress during your period (see header below), and, in my case, fertility issues. Here’s how I got them removed and what I’m doing in my recovery. When to get checked by a gynae: If you have heavy periods (that make you want … Continue reading My Myomectomy Surgery and Recovery
Focus more on my relationship with my husband and not so much on trying to have a child. Workout at least four times a week and walk 30min twice a week. Meal prep at least 80 per cent of my meals. Eat healthier to help my body be fertile. Go for a fertility check and see if my fibroids ought to be removed. Spend $400 … Continue reading This year I will…
Making almond and oat milk: pros and cons Continue reading The Milkmaid Life
Ditch plastic straws and get one of these reusable options–there are even mermaid, iridescent straws! Continue reading 10 Places to Get Reusable Straws in Singapore
So I’ve been drinking almond milk for about a month now, and I spend probably about $11 per week, so that’s about $44 per month on almond milk alone. I bought a bag of raw almonds to see if I could shave off some of the cost. It was about $2.49 per 100g, and I got 514g so that’s about $12.80 that I spent. I … Continue reading Making almond milk
Packing light on a media trip Continue reading Traveling Light.
How the Experiment Went and Next: Shampoo Bars Continue reading “Zero Waste Shampoo: Dr Bronner’s + Apple Cider Vinegar”