5 things Tuesday The Internet is full of advice about what food is healthy and what food will rot our teeth and our brains. In an attempt to live longer healthier lives and to avoid falling prey to pandemics you might be trying to eat healthier. Health foods or healthy foods do not always have to be the less tasty option. Thankfully there ae several … Continue reading 5 Fave Healthy Foods
The Covid 19 Pandemic is far from over. It has been around for 14 to 18 months (depending on when it hit your region). This is long enough for you to recognise the feelings/emotions you have experienced most often. Desolation When the first lockdown was imposed in my city in March 2020, it came at the end of a very busy time. Winter is the … Continue reading 5 ThingsTuesday: Feelings / Emotions you felt most often during the Pandemic
Most people in the northern hemisphere have at least two months of winter ahead of them. Some even have four to five. Scratchy throats and sniffles are to be expected these days. Today I ask you to share 5 of your home / kitchen remedies for these symptoms. You can find some of mine by clicking here. https://saltedcaramel670.wordpress.com/2018/11/09/cold-remedies-from-your-kitchen/ Continue reading 5 Favourite Cold Remedies
Linda is the host of Stream of Consciousness Saturday Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “magnet.” Like a magnet , I am attracted to things that are bad for me: High carb food, unlimited tea,and a sedentary lifestyle. How I wish the magnet would pull the other way: Towards healthy eating, 40 minute walks and interests involving exercise. Continue reading SoCS– “magnet”
Eating out, the biggest social activity of modern times was one of the things worst hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since March this 2020, most of the world has been in various states of lockdown With businesses, schools and public gatherings all prohibited, we have been in a state of isolation for several months. Now that bans are being lifted to various degrees, eating out … Continue reading Post Pandemic Eating Out
Yesterday I came across a report on some latest COVID-19 guidelines in the UK. Amid all the do’s and don’ts was a new(at least for me) term : Bubbles.A bubble is a group that you make with one other household/family during the current pandemic. The British report gives quite stringent guidance about who to include in your bubble and how to proceed once you have … Continue reading Social Bubbles For COVID-19
As part of his 24 hour Blog Question Directory, Rory, A Guy Called Bloke, asks us two very practical questions: 1.Are you currently wearing face masks when you go out into public wherever you are in the world? In my part of the world, Pakistan, it is mandatory to wear masks in public places, offices and shops. All public places like banks and all businesses … Continue reading Is It Time To Mask Up Or?
Infused water consists of fruit, vegetables or herbs immersed in cold water. It is also known as fruit water or detox water. It is just a simple way of making water more fun, without adding any artificial ingredients or piling on calories.
I consider the Blogging Insights questions and their answers to be a series of conversations between bloggers. From the responses I have learned a lot about writing and blogging. This week I am not going to post a new set of questions . However, I am listing the previous ten sets with their links. Anyone who has missed some of them and has a bit … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 3rd Recap
What happened to “Stay home,stay safe”? All over the world, there is a wave of lifting the restrictions imposed for curtailing the coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic. In some countries who were the earliest to be affected by the virus, both infection rates and death rates seem to have been controlled. These countries have started easing restrictions on movement and economic activity. In other regions, infection rates are … Continue reading Lifting the Lockdown too early ?