It’s not that hard to create a showstopping dinner. It’s all about the presentation! You can turn a not so complicated dish into an amazing showstopperjust with the right statement crockery pieces.
I’m continuing with the blog challenge today with something slightly different by listing my favourite podcasts and instagrammers. I have many interests in life so this list of my favourite podcasts and instagrammers will be a little eclectic. Most podcasts I listen to are for […]
How am I keeping the kids entertained during lockdown? Netflix, Disney Plus, Amazon Prime, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4.
Do I really need to write anything else for this post? No come on I’m not that much of a bad parent *ahem*.
I’ve written three recipes that are easy and simple to make and loved by my children especially. When I asked them what they like the most they mentioned a few, and I ignored the nihari and pilau because they’re long-winded and not for everyone. So I stuck to the more basic, daily recipes.
Travelling may be off limits but dreaming about travelling is not. We can dream, we can create itineraries and what Covid-19 has done, is made us appreciate our travels and holidays even more. All those countries I’ve visited in the past, I’m grateful for the opportunities. But of course like every keen traveller the list of desirable destinations to go to, never ends.
As we are on lockdown (global pandemic incase you’re reading this in 2025) board games are now coming out of the cupboard at a higher frequency. It’s difficult to find board games that are more fun for children than the iPad/PS4/Nintendo Switch/their phone/computer but it can be done. Sometimes I have to coerce my family into playing board games because I love games and organised fun. Yes I’m that person!
Staying inactive is really attractive right now especially when we’re not allowed to leave the house. But thank goodness for the internet! There is no excuse to be a couch potato every day. So here’s the point — there are days where we wake up full of beans and there are days where we do not want to or just cannot bring ourselves to move. And that’s ok but what is important, is to be productive on the days where we do have the motivation and of course the time. The days we feel energetic are the days to capitalize on.
We are living in unprecedented times. Such a time that we will probably never experience again in our lifetimes. With destruction and dismay, there is often opportunity. As a Muslim, Allah has presented us with an opportunity. An opportunity to turn to Him.
Welcome to the first post of my 16 day blog challenge! So today I will write a short book review of a book I finished quite recently, The Parcel by Anosh Irani. Now just to let you know, since having children, I haven’t read a huge amount of books, which is probably the worst side effect of having them. Worse than the belly flab!
I don’t know about you but who else has Corona virus fatigue? I mean everybody’s life has been turned upside down and that certainly needs to be acknowledged but it’s something that doesn’t need to be talked about on every single outlet. Sometimes we need a breather, a bit of light reading perhaps?