I believe that it is healthy to change up, or rearrange your blog from time to time. It brings good karma! I love the rich colors of my new look and hope you will too. Everything is still here just like before. Check out the tab at the left of the title. Thanks for joining … Continue reading New LOOK!
I recently read an article in “Prevention Magazine,” ( June 2014 edition, by Hillardi Dowdle) extolling the virtues of “Gentle Yoga.” The article concentrated on Jillian Pransky, a New Jersey-based yogi. What was completely amazing to me was the fact that scientific evidence now exists that 10 minutes a day of gentle yoga contributed … Continue reading My Journey Into “Gentle Yoga”
I am obsessed with breakfast! I know, I know, it is the most important meal of the day! Of course it is, however, I have found that it is more than that to me. Since I began my weight loss journey a few years ago, I find myself with breakfast as the largest meal of … Continue reading A Garden Breakfast
One of the great things about writing a lifestyle blog when you have retired is that you also have many memories to share. It is another hot, humid day in my garden so I thought some story-telling might be in order… The Bus Stop is a story my husband told me years ago about his … Continue reading The Bus Stop
Here are some examples of fine Thai cuisine… check it out, don’t be afraid!
As always, Bangkok’s Chinatown is one of the best places to find good food. Besides the uber affordable food, the most extraordinary part is you find gourmet ingredients such as bird’s nest and fish maw, prepped on a mobile cart by the roadside. Thanks to my bestie, Kat from SpoonSpatulaSaturday, we went on a gastronomic adventure and tried more things than we could stomach and still wished to try more. You will be able to find most of the food featured in the post along the main road of Chinatown, Yawarat Road, except for No. 8, which is hidden in a small lane.
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One of my favorite things about gardening is the abundance of vegetables that you get swamped with during a successful growing season. I am lucky enough to have a neighbor with a garden to die for, which is much bigger than my small garden areas. She has a larger lot than we have, as they … Continue reading Japanese Eggplant Stir Fry