Yesterday, Hubby and I were invited to his Mum’s-cousin’s-house for dinner. We arrived at six, to a grand feast laid on the table and ten hungry Taiwanese relatives waiting to be fed. We sat down to eat, and every time we finished a dish, a new one appeared. It was such a marvel. Grateful, to… Continue reading The Grand Taiwanese Buffet.
Today I’m feeling sick with a cold, so I’m cuddling up in bed with hot tea and Vlogmas. So far I have enjoyed watching Decorating, Buying and Minimalism videos (I’ve gone full circle!). So if you’re in Christmas mood but can’t brave the cold, snuggle up and put some of the following videos on your… Continue reading Ultimate Vlogmas Playlist 2017.
Hubby’s family celebrated Thanksgiving this year and I was thinking of all the things that make me thankful. Friends, family and wonderful opportunities. I’m grateful for my life in Hong Kong and my hubby. What are you thankful for?
Yes everyone is talking about Christmas 2017. Just look anywhere on Twitter, Youtube or Instagram. However, as part of my journey to simplify my life, I am trying not to go out, hurrying to buy Christmas gifts. I’m really going to consider who I should buy for (in reality about ten people), what suits them,… Continue reading Intentional & Budget Friendly Gift Giving
Today was our first wedding anniversary. I feel grateful and lucky because Hubby took me to brunch at the JW Marriott in Pacific Place. It was so delicious! I had no idea, although he told me that he had a surprise for me. I enjoyed the food so much, everything was fresh and beautiful. I… Continue reading Year One.
I really loved Halloween growing up. It’s becoming more celebrated in Hong Kong. Usually party-goers will head to Lan Kwai Fong for fancy dress and drinks over the weekend. This weekend (28th) there will be the usual annual street party, as well as events at clubs and bars such as Armani Prive. I’ve seen some… Continue reading Hong Kong Halloween 2017
This weekend, hubby, my mother in law and I attended a family wedding. I’ve never been to a wedding in Hong Kong apart from my own. This wedding was a traditional Chinese wedding. It was a little intimidating as I didn’t know what to expect. We arrived at the banquet hall, and took photos. There… Continue reading First Hong Kong Wedding.