Today Hubby and I had a lovely walk along Tseung Kwan O Waterfront Park. I had already enjoyed a chilled out morning, which started with a run and ended with watching Marie Antoinette. I’m still new to running and trying my best not to be discouraged by elderly runners who are ripped and faster than… Continue reading Weekend escape to the Waterfront.
After visiting Japan, I started reading a bit more about Japanese Minimalism. There is a book out on the subject by Fumio Sasaki called Goodbye Things. I have already read KonMari: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. We are certainly tidy, but have TOO.MUCH.STUFF. As we prepare to move and try to reduce the… Continue reading Declutter, Declutter, Declutter.
Summer is approaching, and soon it will be wedding season. As I prepare to attend weddings when I return to the UK, I find myself reflecting on my own wedding. Back then, when I trawled the internet for wedding articles, I found a lack of information accomodating to an Asian-British wedding. I have talked a… Continue reading How to plan a multi-cultural wedding.
This month, hubby and I started to work out more to improve our fitness levels. I have focused more on exercise this week, if you have read my blog post about what I ate in Osaka, you will understand why! We are fortunate enough to live near Sai Kung, home to hiking trails, beaches and… Continue reading How to work out for free.
This week, Hubby and I tried a new restaurant/ bar called The Stadium. You can find it in Kwun Tong, in an old industrial building which has been renovated into a hipster hotspot. Hubby wanted to try the burgers, and I was just along for the ride! We walked in with no booking, at around… Continue reading Visiting the Stadium.
The above are all lifestyles that I try to subscribe to, and if you watch Youtube regularly, you will know that these videos are popular and always trending. I try to incorporate these ideas into my life and get a lot of anxiety or guilt if I am unsuccessful. For example, I have been vegetarian… Continue reading Minimalism, Zero Waste, Guilt Free and Vegan.
Over the public holiday, we visited Osaka, Japan for our honeymoon. We had a self-planned foodie tour which caused us to roll back to Hong Kong. If you want to check out what we ate, take a look at my other blog posts. Below are a list of the places that we visited. Kyoto Fushimi… Continue reading Where we visited in Osaka, Japan.