Today was another rainy day, marking the end of a rainy week. We had a little adventure in Tseung Kwan O, as I wanted to see an illustration exhibition that had popped up. We walked around and the mall was super crowded. At least ten different tour groups were milling about. We tried for an… Continue reading Rainy Day Hygge in Hong Kong.
As a vegetarian and occasional vegan, I do struggle in Hong Kong with the food choices available. Since I got married, I am determined to maintain my weight and eat pretty healthily throughout the week. When I am working I find it easier to monitor what I eat as I meal prep, usually easy stuff:… Continue reading Hubby can’t stop eating McDonald’s!
A friend of mine from the UK just asked me how to move to Asia. I have been here for almost five years now, and I realised that some things may have changed since I left the UK. However, I gave her the best advice I could. She is not the first person to ask… Continue reading How to move abroad.
So this past weekend I joined the hundreds of instagrammable women in Hong Kong and attended the IRIS Escape weekend held in Nursery Park, West Kowloon. Feeling intimidated amongst the tanned, size 8 hotties, I tried my best to keep up during the classes we took. My friend had told me about it, she is… Continue reading IRIS ESCAPE Weekend. Wellness, Yoga, Relaxation.
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 month I had a bit of an issue with a friend of mine. I live a pretty active life, I mean to be honest I am never at home. I have a job, I am doing a couple of courses, I do yoga and I have family and friend commitments to keep. If I… Continue reading My busy VS your busy.