Hopefully you get out and enjoy the sunshine 🌞
The last of the Canada spam 🙈 but I’ve written a blog post all about our trip. Go have a reeeeead 👉🏼 link in bio! ☺️
När jag plockade torkade blommor i vägkanten och bestämde mig för att landa mjukt i den här hösten. 🍂 #nostress
сегодня день рождения у самой лучшей девочки-звёздочки ✨💛 я готова с тобой и смеяться, и плакать, и полезно кушать, и пить, и танцевать, и молчать, ты же знаешь💔
я просто искренне хочу, чтобы на твоём пути встречалось намного меньше людей, которые оставляют за собой только неприятный осадок и травмы, и ты перестала перенимать всё на себя и поскорее снова приобрела счастье. люблю.
Creeping on cafe goers again
First day of being 29 years old looks like. Nothing fancy. No fine dine, no expensive present, no glamour dress. Instead, fresh and clean bed sheet, tidy house, happy kid, bub and husband. Despite of having an urgent need to do a spring cleaning, sick toddler. I felt joy to the fullest. I guess now I understand why happiness is so simple. It is not where to go or what to wear, it lies on whom are you doing life with. And I was happy that I get to celebrate my birthday on bed with my favourite person and current favourite snack @twistedyoghurt
. It is Australian made and owned, 97% fat free, milky yet yoghurty (if its even a word). It is so beyond good. My fridge is full with a solid stock of these tubes (see IG story). Available now your nearest @colessupermarkets
// Swipe left for some more pure joy. 🎉 🎊 🎉 🎊
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// Can you ever get sick of palms and sunsets? //
Will miss this cafe and their amazing chai ☕️ ✌🏻 ☕️
The Blair to my Serena 👯♀️
When we were out in Camarillo. Long drive but it was all worth it. #tbt
At 32 weeks of pregnancy I have a million things to complain about and also can’t really take kids out by myself and get them out of the house like we always used to so we’re mostly at home when daddy is working. Today we decided we’d make staying home fun! We dressed up, climbed the dresser and took fun pictures. Believe it or not these two looove taking pictures as much as I do! It’s like a treat for them. And yes, I know I look like I’m about to pop and like I’m having twins, but I still got 7 more weeks to go and we have only one little baby girl in there who everyone is dying to meet, especially her brothers ☝🏻
I came across this photo from almost 2 years ago. Where have 2 years gone?! Made my heart beat a little harder...is there anything sweeter than babies loving on babies.. 💛
and then somedays you wake up and everything is perfect.
Midnight sun! That strange feeling that each day lasts forever. Sadly each day is getting 6 minutes shorter right now. Hopefully the northern light will compensate us for the lack of light.
The other day i put Nora down for bed & decided to lay in bed with her & talk to her. I asked her some questions, one being what her favorite part of the day was. She said ummmm for quite a bit & then exclaimed, “ I go to park! I see big slide!” Children are such a blessing but what she really has been teaching me lately is finding joy in the littlest things. Like a rainy day, or seeing her daddy walk through the door. She just gets excited about so much. I kinda joke that I’m not a baby mom, that the teen mom stage will by my jam. I mean Nora was fun as a baby & so sweet but I rarely wish for that stage. And she was a super easy baby. I loveeee the communication, the chatter, the personality, it comes with challenges & it’s hard but it’s so much fun. What’s been your favorite stage of your kids growing up?
What do you call a corn which is neither a baby corn nor a fully grown corn .I don't know if it has a name ,we call it "Gariya" .This sabji is made with that . Swipe to see the pic ....
Very very simple , requiring basic Indian masala and quick to make .Tastes amazing with hot hot Phulka ,Puri or Paratha ..and best with homemade khakra .😋🤤.
Recipe : 🍃Wash the corn 🍃Remove the small kernels off the cob using a sharp knife .
,,🍃Once all kernels removed ,Separate using your hand .
🍃Now add masala to it , Red chilli powder, tumeric powder, dhania powder,salt to taste ,very little sugar and Kachariya powder ( if you don't have that ,use amchur powder) and finely chopped green chillies.
,🍃Heat oil in a pan ,add cumin seeds and asafoetida. Add the corn kernels along with the masala's and just 2 tbsp of water .Give it a mix .
🍃Put a lid with little water on top and cook .Let it cook in the steam .Check ,if water is dried add little water and cook.
,🍃After 7 to 8 minutes check if the kernels are cooked ,taste ,adjust masala's to your liking .Add a handful of finely chopped coriander..Enjoy .. .
PS: For variation you can add finely chopped capsicum to this ..
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Skincare Review: Sorbet Salon Skin Vitamin Rescue Masque (around R55 for 100ml). _______________________________________________
If you've been reading my reviews/watching my Insta Stories for a while, you'll know that I love this mask. Enriched with kaolin clay, shea butter, lemon fruit oil, orange fruit oil, and bergamot fruit oil, this mask is cleansing and nourishing. This product has a smooth, clay-like consistency and applies pretty easily. It dries down after 10 minutes but I like to keep this mask on for 20 minutes. Even though this mask is relatively easy to remove, I suggest using lukewarm water and a face cloth to remove this mask.
I love clay masks because most of them do an excellent job at deeply cleansing the skin. However, many of them leave the skin feeling dry and stripped. Thanks to shea butter, this Sorbet mask has the opposite effect. It does a good job at cleaning out the pores but what I love most about this is the fact that it leaves my skin moisturised and nourished. In addition, it soothes the skin and helps with skin texture. Because of this, my skin feels softer and smoother after use and my makeup applies so much better!
As you can tell, I'm a fan and I do think this is a mask that will suit most skin types. Will I repurchase? Obviously, I always keep a back up or two of this. Also, shoutout to @bymegankelly
for recommending this 💜
Have you tried this mask? Let me know below!