My Fertility Journey

A tad different from my other posts, I wanted to share my personal struggle with infertility. I’m currently 22 weeks and am now confident in my pregnancy to share what it took for us to get here. Despite the hardships, or maybe even more because of the hardships, we are over the moon that we are pregnant and expecting our baby in December. I hope to share more about my pregnancy, postpartum, and motherhood on the blog. Continue reading


The New York Guide

This is the ultimate NYC city guide for those like me who love wellness, self-care, and beautiful things. I didn’t include many obvious attractions like museums and landmarks because you can find that information on any New York guide. Also, if you’re looking for my healthy NYC restaurant guide you can find it here.  Continue reading

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Plum Crumb Cake

Farmers markets are just bursting with colours from berries, apples, apricots, currants, peaches, and plums. Now is the time to be eating fresh and local fruit! This recipe celebrates the sweet and sour flavours of the gorgeous plum. There are so many varieties in different colours and different sizes; it would be shame not to embrace them, both raw and in desserts. Continue reading

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Miso Pesto Pasta Salad

Pasta salads have their time and place. They flourish when the sun is shining, bathing suits are damp, and friends and family are gathered. Basically, pasta salad is a summer food. Searching for the perfect recipe for your summer gathering? You’ve come to the right place. My Miso Pesto Pasta Salad is sure to please everyone, whether they are vegetarian, gluten-intolerant, lactose-intolerant, or even meat lovers. But what’s best is this recipe celebrates summer produce, making a pesto out of everything green such as kale, basil, and green onions. It’s definitely a fun spin on the classic pesto you are used to, with a delicious umami flavour from miso, instead of parmesan.  Continue reading

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Aquafaba Dark Chocolate Mousse

Aquafaba is a pretty magical ingredient in the vegan world. It can be used as a substitute for egg whites because it can be whisked into stiff peaks, similar to meringue. What is it you ask? Aquafaba is the liquid from cooked chickpeas and is readily available in a can. I know, it sounds anything but delicious, but with the right amount of sweetener, it tastes great!  Continue reading

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Mushroom and Avocado Fresh Rolls with Peanut Sauce

Fresh rolls, also called salad, or summer rolls, are one of my favourite things to eat. They are basically a salad rolled up in a delicious rice wrap. In Vietnamese cuisine, fresh rolls traditionally consist of rice paper wraps filled with fresh vegetables, rice noodles, and a protein such as shrimp or pork, usually paired with a peanut sauce. Vietnamese fresh rolls are delicious but the possibilities of what you can put in a rice wrap are endless. My recipe for Mushroom and Avocado Fresh Rolls with Peanut Sauce are refreshingly delicious and require none of that annoying julienning like you get with other fresh roll recipes.  Continue reading

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