I have always loved Indian food. The rich combination of spices and herbs used in their cuisine is nothing short of mouthwatering and amazing—it awakens all my senses.
This past weekend was a lot of fun. Since a good friend is in town for a few days, we joined him and his girlfriend for a day well spent in Antigua...
This week I really struggled to get back to my normal routine. Suffering from an excruciating neck injury—which resulted in a bad inflammation, making me unable to even move my arms—all I really wanted to do was lie in bed and read all day, everyday.
I know that shorts aren’t very popular here in Guatemala, being a very conservative country and all, but even though I’ve been living here for four years- okay, almost five- this still baffles me.
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I couldn’t help but feel a little nostalgic upon seeing photos of Kelly Framel’s (The Glamourai) most recent trip to my home country of Brasil. She has been there a few times before, but something about this trip in particular and the way she documented it through photos, really made me feel extremely homesick.
I love risotto. It’s one of those comforting dishes that you can enjoy pretty much all year long. Ever since I learned to make my own, healthier versions right here from the comfort of my home, the creamy, ultra cheesy, buttery versions you can order at many restaurants no longer appeal to me. Why eat these unhealthy extra calories when I can make a risotto that is just as rich, fulfilling, delicious and, best of all, is guilt-free?
I love a weekend that has the perfect balance of productivity and tranquility. When you get to spend time with friends and family, forget all your troubles, get things done around the house and still have some quiet time left just for yourself, “to recharge the batteries” so to speak. This past weekend was exactly like that for me…perfect.
We've already had a post on how to make stock, the kitchen staple I refuse to substitute with a store-bought product. Yes, I'm fussy like that, but once you read the labels and taste the stuff that comes in the box and compare it with the homemade version, it's just a no-brainer. Usually, store-bought stock contains salt, garlic and tomato, which can directly affect the outcome of the dish you're using it in.
This has become my go-to hairdo for all occasions- I absolutely love it. I also noticed that it was all over the red carpet during this entire award season. It’s elegant, feminine and surprisingly easy to create.
Today we’re going to show you how to achieve the ‘Old Hollywood Vintage Look’ using the “Your Highness Catwalk” line, a line especially designed by TIGI to give long-lasting volume to hair of all types, and that keeps your hairdo looking great all day long.