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…
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