Our Deepavali round up!
Final post on the Series Lock down Learning.
Second post in the Lock down Learning Series about how did the boredom made us clear the unwanted things at home.
First post in the series "Lock Down Learning". How we started tracking the family finances better during the pandemic.
This waiting to get back to pre-COVID life with a hope and adapting to the #newnormal isn't easy and I am sure everyone of you is going through this right now. It does take a toll mentally and the indoor monotony is becoming exhausting ! I wanted to spend time in something that is not … Continue reading DIY – Upcycling glass bottle
Been wanting to write this piece for sometime now. I was able to sneak in and consolidate the information I had on hand and here it is! The so "Super Foods" were used very normally in day to day lives of people. Modernization/Westernization/Globalization pushed them to the back seat and gave way for a very … Continue reading Sumaar Foods to Super Foods
Craft has always been part of my pastime since my childhood. I used to create greeting cards using chart papers, newspapers and pictures from magazines. Hand embroidery was taught in-house as my grandma used to do extensively. Somehow in the work-life marathon I couldn't do much after I moved to Kuwait. Got a perfect time-off … Continue reading DIY – Painted Canvas & Storage box
Gone are days when cakes were sold only in bakeries and patisseries. These days many of the homes have an oven and cakes, breads, muffins, etc have become a regular affair. Baking is already well-sought option as a business that can be done from one's own kitchen and a minimum investment. Today's post is about … Continue reading Chat with Pink Oven
Review of Rock Tawa brand cast iron pan
It is the third Deepavali away from home and this year there were many things that made up for not being home on the festival day. We made sweets and savory, distributed to our friends and neighbors to share the festival happiness. The bunch of candles which were lying untouched for the past couple of … Continue reading Deepavali – done and dusted !