people at coffee shop

“Social” — Random Rant

Growing up, I believed social had to do with being sociable. A social person was one who was friendly and outgoing, fond of entertaining and being entertained. During school, social became part of social studies. This was a class where we learned the history and geography of our surroundings together with tradition and cultural practices. Then came Social Work a term used for charity work … Continue reading “Social” — Random Rant

girl in pink dress biting into watermelon slice held in both hands

Five Important Reasons Why You Must Eat Watermelon This Summer

Watermelon is the most versatile of fruit and each part of it can be used. You can eat it on its own, or combine it with other fruit and vegetables to create a multitude of appetizing and healthful salads. You can drink it in smoothies, slush, or fruit water. It is used in facial scrubs and body washes. Even the seeds and rind are edible. Continue reading Five Important Reasons Why You Must Eat Watermelon This Summer

vegedeco salads 4 layered cakes

Mouthwatering Desserts ?

Look again. You still can’t tell can you? I know I couldn’t. I was really surprised and amazed to find that these scrumptious looking cakes are actually salads. They were first created by Mitsuki Moriyasu, a Japanese food stylist in 2015-2016. They took the world of food by storm. This particular kind of cake is now known as “vegedeco salad.” Mitsuki Moriyasu now has her … Continue reading Mouthwatering Desserts ?

Two whole oranges,one sliced orange and one orange flower


When you pick up an orange from a bowl of fruit, are you very mindful of what you are doing? Probably not; our general attitude towards food in this day and age is basically one of supply and demand. We feel hungry, we eat. Our body or mind craves comfort food, we supply it. Should this really be the state of affairs? Do people today … Continue reading MIND OVER MUNCH: 6 BENEFITS OF MINDFUL EATING

One Liner Wednesday 29th May

  ” Alice laughed,”There’s no use trying,”she said, “One can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen, “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” These lines from Alice in Wonderland have always intrigued me. Lewis Carroll wrote them in … Continue reading One Liner Wednesday 29th May