“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” In my first Hashimoto’s post, I was telling you guys about how I suspected something was wrong with me about a year ago. Hair loss, fatigue, anxiety, getting sick a lot… Earlier this year,… Continue reading My Hashimoto’s journey… 3 months in! Part #2.
It’s official… the Queensland Government made a landmark decision to ban single use plastic bags from 1 July 2018: The Queensland Government is taking action to protect our unique environment and wildlife through the introduction of a ban on the supply of single-use lightweight plastic shopping bags on 1 July 2018, and a container refund scheme on… Continue reading My top easy Eco-friendly tips!
Ok, that title was a bit lame but I gotta say that being FruGal has always been part of my life. 😉 Maybe it’s the Asian bargain hunting upbringing. Talking to my friend at work who is also a FruGal, it made me realise that it might worth sharing these tips. It all adds up!… Continue reading My best money saving tips… to be a true FruGal!
If you have Hashimoto’s thyroiditis or Adrenal Fatigue, I want to say… I’m sorry and I’m with you! Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune condition where your own body attacks your thyroid gland. As your thyroid dies, we can experience both hyperthyroid symptoms (too much thyroid hormone) and hypothyroid symptoms (too little thyroid hormones). My motivation for blogging my journey… Continue reading My Hashimoto’s journey… 3 months in! Part #1.
Do you love eating out and trying new places like I do? This is my ever expanding list! CBD Casual eats Corbette and Claude Men Ya Go (Ramen) Taro’s Express (Ramen) Little Saigon Grill Brew Little Singapore Vapiano Coffee Anthrology Cafe Levanto Kotobuki Magtonsan II Little Singapore Comuna Cantina The Verve Dumpling Republic New Shanghai… Continue reading Best places to eat in Brisbane
I organised a Women’s High Tea and I wanted to do a fun and unconventional icebreaker. So I came up with an idea… Using playdough to make something that represents yourself! Making the playdough was actually very easy and fun to do. My rough guide: Place these in a large mixing bowl 1/4 cup salt… Continue reading DIY playdough (used as an ice breaker)!
I had some left over tealights and empty jars. Why not make them into candles?! I depotted the tealights very their metal shells and placed them in one of the jars. Over the medium heat, I placed the jar into a pot of boiling water until the tealights were melted into liquid. For the wick,… Continue reading DIY Easy Upcycled Candles in a Jar