Recently in my econ class my prof reminded me of the essence of each choice we make: there is always a trade-off. And each choice we make means that there's something else we've given up. You're reading this, hopefully to wring from it a few droplets of pleasure, and you've forgone the opportunity of finishing up the… Continue reading bad breath? suck it up.
a monumental predicament
I say, they're a fruit. Because the ones that taste like fruit are the best ones. When you're looking for a tomato, you're not looking for a bright green one nor a very firm one. You're looking for intense reds, (perhaps even oranges, and yellows) with a bit of give when gently squeezed - both… Continue reading a monumental predicament
It's amazing how an actual attempt in putting your mind to something can make you realize how terrible you are at focusing. I am, by no means, one who is timid in enforcing self control. But at times (blame spring and the fever that comes with it) I just find progress depressingly close to being… Continue reading Layers
A Bit of Spring Cleaning
Get ready! Because you're about to be hit by a blizzard , no it's not winter anymore, I mean, explosion of recipes, all of which are vegan, super vibrant, fresh, and absolutely delicious! For those of you who are staying in touch via instagram (it's on the right-hand-side, just click and follow to stay up-to-plate… Continue reading A Bit of Spring Cleaning
Perks of knowing how to cook: a. eating $100 meals for under $16 b. grocery shopping is a piece of cake c. making fun of boneless-skinless chicken breasts d. good food magically happens e. people love you f. you love life g. afjsdk;oiveoih09/@""!!~ Perks of not knowing how to cook: a. all of the above**… Continue reading Plain Lucky