+ We bit the bullet and purchased a coffee machine back in October! I have a bad Starbucks habit, spending $5.20 everyday - even on the weekends! This machine has already saved us sooooo much money already. It's definitely an investment but pays off quickly! + I went go-karting for the first time! It was … Continue reading A Happy List | Vol. 7
Last Tuesday was our third year anniversary together! We were discussing about it and both agree that it really doesn't feel like it's been 3 years... and that's a good sign, right? Sometimes, I feel ridiculous celebrating these early years together. I mean, is 3 years still considered early? When I look at those who … Continue reading Celebrating 3 Years Together
Wishing you guys all a warm and blessed Thanksgiving this year! This year, we decided to hot pot instead of our usual turkey dinner. Since Friendsgiving back in 2017, we've been celebrating this holiday low key with just each other. Easy hot pot for 2 I haven't been as active on my blog as I … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!
Thursday, April 4th, 2019 It's officially autumn in Melbourne! I'm not complaining though because it's warm enough to go out in a tank and tee but not hot enough to burn your eyeballs. I love the crisp mornings and warm afternoons! Dan and I are starting the countdown to the end of our Melbourne trip … Continue reading Journal Entry #011
Monday, January 28th, 2019 I said it once and I'm going to say it again... January 2019 is done already?! The first and last month of the year always flies by for me. I can't believe this is my last entry of the month! I'm quite proud of myself lately. 2019 has been a great … Continue reading Journal Entry #007
Monday, December 3rd, 2018 It's finally summer in Melbourne! A few days ago, I had a nice steak dinner. Meat out in Australia is super cheap! For two cuts, it was only $11 and it was a pretty decent cut. I mean, I'm not an expert in steaks but can't beat 2 for $11 and … Continue reading Journal Entry #003
Last week, Dan and I celebrated our two years anniversary. Given what has happened between us, I didn't want to celebrate our 2 years but Dan pushed for it and said: "whatever happens, it's still a relationship worth celebrating". I mean, he's not wrong... 2 years is worth celebrating. Since we moved to Australia, we've … Continue reading Celebrating 2 Years