Following a recent trip to Paris where I indulged on some Nuxe products from the French pharmacy, I’m just enjoying reading some of my coffee table books, reminiscing about previous travels and sharing snippets of my daily life, including some home decor. For example, a wooden TV cabinet that we converted into our daughter’s armoire [...]
I wouldn’t necessarily say blowing dandelions remind me of my childhood, quite the contrary. We don’t really have them in the Philippines where I grew up. In fact, I think it wasn’t until I was 13 years old that I actually picked a real one during a trip to the US. But now, it puts [...]
You have no idea how happy I was to see bees in my garden today. Often, we simply associate them with honey, or worse, the dreaded bee sting. But bees, like bats, are one of the most important pollinators in our ecosystem, contributing to 35% of our total food supply. Fancy a cherry, blueberry or [...]
Please help save the bees. No bees, no plants, no food. Although the use of pesticides in agricultural farming is not the only factor contributing to the massive decline in bee population, it is one cause. I’m also not sure what farmers, especially those in developing countries, will do if there’s a ban on neonicotinoid [...]
This week was a nice break from a very busy April with work. Ah, I was in Paris (yet again), had lots of fruits and just enjoyed the spring flowers inside my home and outdoors. For daily snapshots, I’m on Instagram under 33 Avenue. Until my next post … take care!