Boozy Brunchin – Igloo’s in London

igloo london

Happy Hump Day! Winter is here, and so is the cold crip air and annoying silky rain. My friends know that I am largely affected by the weather, like my hair, the rain makes my mood go frizzy and dull and I begin to trade in my long summer nights out and about with movie … Continue reading Boozy Brunchin – Igloo’s in London


Mel Tries – A Vegan detox

After this alcohol, sugar - in fact just calories in general, filled summer that I have had I decided to give my body a cleanse. Not only am I attempting #SoberSeptember, I am going Vegan for 10 days too (for the first time everrrr). Why? My skin was so bad by the end of summer … Continue reading Mel Tries – A Vegan detox

5 of Southeast Asia’s unhealthiest dishes that you simply must try

We all know my love for southeast asia and it's cuisine. After all, it is what I grew up with and even after moving to England I have managed to find some great, authentic eats like Roti King to kill my ever so often craving for home. It probably is for the best that I don't … Continue reading 5 of Southeast Asia’s unhealthiest dishes that you simply must try


Coconut Crazy – Pandan Pancake recipe

kueh dadar

So since summer 2017 is over and all that, it's been really grey and wet, all my body craves is sugar and I don't want chocolate or lemon drizzle, I want something a little more exotic. Just so that my tastebud's can at least continue to experience some kind of sunshine. So I decided to … Continue reading Coconut Crazy – Pandan Pancake recipe


Bottomless Brunchin in London

bottomless brunch in London

Now we all know I am a big fan of boozy brunches and I have decided to live by the motto of going to brunch (boozy brunch ahem) at least once a month. There are so many options that have been popping up recently so it would be rude not to try them.... all. At … Continue reading Bottomless Brunchin in London


London – the Food Capital of the World

Food London

The UK has always had a bit of a negative stereotype when it comes to food. They only like big breakfasts, fish and chips, and the occasional roast dinner. So it’s time to dispel that notion because according to the Evening Standard, London is a haven for foodies. In fact, they even went as far … Continue reading London – the Food Capital of the World


Living life Gluten free

I am not trying to be the self proclaiming gluten intolerant girl that wants the whole world to know she is a vegan or doesn't eat gluten - because I am neither of those things. I am just a girl trying to figure out why my tummy is constantly bloated or rumbling (possibly last night's … Continue reading Living life Gluten free


Singaporean Old School Delights

old school delights

Everywhere you go in most developed countries, you see how children these days have no interest in playing outside and would rather immerse themselves in the virtual world. I grew up in Singapore in an old british army camp with beautiful bungalow houses and almost endless fields of green. We would have cobra snakes in … Continue reading Singaporean Old School Delights


Berry Beetroot Smoothie Recipe

The benefits of beetroots are endless and I have a love/hate relationship with them. I use to hate them growing up, but as you get older your palate starts to appreciate different tastes. Take red wine for example, I could never understand why anyone would choose to drink it. Now I crave it in the … Continue reading Berry Beetroot Smoothie Recipe


Festive Couscous Salad recipe

First of all, Merry Christmas everyone. I trust it was full of love, alcohol and calories. Now, not that the feast has ended with the boxing day weekend, I thought I would help kick start the road back to healthy indulgence. Here is a simple, quick and easy couscous salad recipe that you can pair … Continue reading Festive Couscous Salad recipe