Trying Not To Care About Instagram
I’ve been having this struggle lately about Instagram. If any of you are bloggers, I assume you are as well.
When I first started on the app, I used it like an average person. . .posting heavily filtered selfies, food shots or anything I found interesting at that time. There were no planned layouts or color schemes or extreme hashtagging. It was just what I found interesting at that particular moment in time.
Snakku July 2017 Review
My favorite activity is snacking and I’m a huge fan of Japanese snack boxes. I love trying out snacks that you wouldn’t normally find in your local Target or deli. The awesome thing about the emergence of all these subscription boxes are that there’s now so many different kinds of snacks made available to you monthly and they’re all so unique!
Millennial Pink is here and it’s here to stay.
Interestingly enough, when I was younger, I hated the color pink. I refused to wear it because I thought it was incredibly girly and I happily thought of myself as a tomboy. If I absolutely had to wear pink, it wouldn’t be a pastel pink. . .oh no. If I had to wear pink, it was a bright or neon pink, anything to differentiate myself from anything truly feminine.
My Foray Into Korean Food
Facts you may not know about me. . .I live with my in-laws and they’re Korean! Okay, that was fast.
Anyways, I’ve been attempting to cook Korean food for my in laws, particularly my father in law, who generally only eats Korean food. I’ve attempted a few dishes, following recipes to the T.
One of the biggest issues I’ve had has been trying to get all the sauces and ingredients correctly. In case you didn’t know, Korean food focuses a lot on sauces. Whether it’s in a soup, stew, meat dish or even over bibimbap, there’s sauce everywhere.
Foodie Fridays: aRoqa
As a New Yorker, trying out new restaurants is almost a given. It’s one of my favorite activities to try out with friends and a great way to check out new food.