What is Yauatcha Patisserie and where can you find it?
If you’ve never heard of Yauatcha, it is the Michelin-starred high-end dim sum Chinese restaurant that’s been around for more than a decade. Thye are part of the Hakkasan group that includes more recogised names such as Wagamama and Busaba Eathai. More specifically, Yauatcha Patisserie has only been around for a handful of years and opened its first standalone store in 2015 at Broadgate Circle in the city of London. Continue Reading!
Celebrating Chinese New Year
The Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival. This ancient celebration marks the end of the Winter season and the beginning of Spring. Everything is new and coming back to life, making the start of a prosperous beginning. The Chinese celebrate the New Year in many ways and just like Christmas, we decorate our house with all kinds of things. Read on for my DIY Fai Chun printable. Continue Reading!
Have a couple bananas that are too ripe to eat, but don’t want to waste either? Try this Easy Banana and Oats Loaf cake, you won’t be disappointed! Its moist and super simple to make. Don’t like Oats or don’t have any? Make Banana Loaf Cake by omitting the oats and keeping the rest of the recipe the same. Continue Reading!
January is half way through and as we’re heading towards February, Valentine’s day is just around the corner, and if you happen to read this post after Valentines, then theres Mother’s day and birthdays, anniversaries and so on that beckons us to buy flowers and chocolates for our loved ones. Tired of getting the same standard bouquet each time? How about considering a lovingly handcrafted Ribbon Roses from my Curious Petals Etsy Shop, where each is unique and will forever preserve special memories for you and the receiver. Continue Reading!
The new year calls for new resolutions, but this year. I am not setting any. However, I recognise there are some things in my life that needs improvement. Today I’m focusing on my financing. Saving is something I’m determined to get right, especially with a small family now, spending can get out of hand pretty easily. In the pass, we have tried endless times to document clearly where our money was coming from and going to. We have used excel spreadsheets, systems and apps. But I still think the best way is to use a written spending journal (or Kakeibo). Call me old school. Continue Reading!
Christmas is a magical time for most, especially children and writing a letter to Santa is a great way to kick off the festivities. This simple letter to Santa is great for prewriting little ones or even older toddlers. Continue Reading!
I’ve had my Apple watch for a couple of weeks now and I think it’s a great little gadget. Here’s how I thought The Apple Watch Made Parenting Easier for me. Continue Reading!
Last week I shared with your #JasperBean’s Halloween outfit and today I wanted to share mine with you. This year halloween falls on a work day. In my eyes, as a mummy, a halloween outfit requires minimum effort or at least that’s what I am aiming for. So an outfit that could be thrown together with pieces I already had in the wardrobe without looking too quirky during office hours is essential. Continue Reading!
Halloween is fast approaching and to be honest, I have not prepared anything. We don’t really celebrate it, but I do want to dress him up because I never really had this when I was a kid. Plus when I was doing #JasperBean’s monthly baby photos, there was always a halloween photo. Now that he is a bit older, I’m allowing him to (a certain extent) decide what his halloween costume will be. Continue Reading
We are off on our next adventure and I would like to share with you my travel outfit essentials and hopefully it can inspire you on your next trip too. I, like everyone else, want to feel comfortable, yet stylish when travelling. But I’m no Jessica Alba or Rihanna, so I wouldn’t Continue Reading!