Gotta be green

To be honest, I was not a huge fan of vegetables and I wouldn't be surprised if that's the  reason why I always get sick. Until now, I can count on my fingers the very few veggies that I can actually eat. But I'm really trying my best to change my ways now and slowly inching my way up by eating healthy. Just recently, I learned how to cook crispy fried okra. Have you tried it? It tasted superb surprisingly, and I'm currently scouring online for more healthy vegetable recipes to try.


Bulgogi (marinated beef grilled to perfection) wrapped in fresh lettuce leaves could possibly be my life-saver and has become an instant favorite. I could eat this piece of heaven everyday! There's a Korean restaurant which is just a five-minute drive from our place that has the best Bulgogi. The Ssamjang (thick spicy paste) they serve this with also tastes so amazing. It's addicting!


I have also started getting a few potted plants inside our home. They not only brightened up our room with colors but basically refresh and give out this almost "zen-like" atmosphere. Not sure though if I have the green thumb required to keep them alive, but I'm taking my chances. It's been a week now, and so far they're looking very much alive. :)

indoor plants for clean air

One of my resolutions this year is to take better care of my health. I may have initially fumbled with the ball the past months, but I still have six months to get my head back in the game. I can do this!

Anyway, the wonderful people from Juniemoon have done it once again! Just sheer luck or coincidence maybe, but they always time the delivery of my Blythe dolls whenever I'm down with the flu and in dire need of a "pick-me-up". I practically crawled to get myself to the office this morning, but what greeted me on top of my desk when I arrived could probably heal my frazzled spirit in no time. It's my very first Neo Blythe and I can't wait to open it when I get home. :)

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  2. I am a health freakazoid so I naturally get completely excited when I hear others wanting to join in! I always say that if you don't eat like veggies it's just because you haven't tasted them prepared in the right way! And I love fried Okra!

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    1. You're so right about preparing food the right way! I used to hate okra, but now the taste is growing on me.

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  3. i'm all for eating healthy so i'm one hundred percent rooting for you aizzing. so proud that you're finding your way with veggies finally. keep it up girl! :)

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    1. thanks mindy! really hope i can maintain this. :)

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    1. the taste is even better! i have to say it exceeded my expectations. i love okra now! :)

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  5. Korean food is awesome! I lived there for over a year and I miss the spicy-ness of all the food.
    Hope you had some Kimchi!
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    1. wow! i wish i can visit korea too someday. :)

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