Mild Thai Yellow Curry {Toddler Approved}

A few days ago, I decided upon making a one pot green curry for the family, but I needed to do something separate for Savya as the green curry paste is too spicy for him.I used 5 different vegetables, coconut milk and curry powder with nice chunks of potato and chicken to create texture in…

Read More

US vs UK: National Lipstick Day Deals at MAC Cosmetics

Okay folks, it's National Lipstick Day, and the deals are flowing in all over the world. Okay, let's be honest. The best ones are in America. I'm getting emails from my American accounts letting me know that I can get a free lipstick at MAC stores and retailers (including Bloomingdales, Macy's, Nordstrom's) and select ULTA's…

Read More

Sunlight and Scarves? YAS!

Sunlight in the UK is rare. When it does pop out to say hello, all of England goes abuzz in a good mood. I mean, who doesn’t love a little Vitamin D? Savya and I soaked up some sun in the back garden, but not before I bundled him up. I bought 2 new scarves…

Read More

Fresh Faced Friday: Product Review for Bumble & Bumble’s BB Curl (Line)

 I have wavy hair that is also frizzy. This means that I walk a thin line between “dose curls doe” and Einstein hair. I usually straighten my hair or tie it out of my face. If want to my hair to behave in its natural and wavy state, I use Bumble and Bumble’s BB…

Read More

Fresh Faced Friday: Bioré Deep Pore Charcoal Cleanser

So what’s my biggest pet peeve? Blackheads and large pores. I’ve been trying everything I can to minimize my pores and make my skin as clean as possible. The older we get, the harder it gets to achieve this, so regular maintenance is everything. A cleanser is used to remove make-up, dirt, and impurities from…

Read More

Tasty Tuesday: The Sukuti Life Part 2: Nepali Sukuti & Butternut Squash Stew Recipe

When I think of Nepal, I obviously don’t think of it as the most non-Nepalese do. Though born and brought up in America, thoughts of Nepal remind me of intimate memories. Flashbacks to singular moments that held more importance than I realised at the time.  These memories include my Maternal Grandmother’s hands; walking alongside her,…

Read More

Tasty Tuesday’s Baby Edition: Nepali Jaulo {Recipe}

​ ​ Hi All! I thought I’d share with you what Savya typically eats on a regular basis. We have always tried to be very mindful as to what foods have a good or bad effect on him. One food that has always been beneficial is Jaulo, a Nepali rice porridge with mild spices which…

Read More

My Son is a Crab 🦀

I’ve come to the conclusion my son is a crab. He thinks he can walk in whichever direction he wants, he loves the water, and he PINCHES. OHHHH MY GOSH, THE LITTLE STINKER JUST PINCHED ME! HARD! HE PINCHES SO HARD!  He just found a nice piece of arm fat on my batwing (yeah, I…

Read More

Savya’s “Over the Rainbow” 1st Birthday Party!

Hey All! So Savya turned 1 and we threw him a little party. Well, to be honest, we weren’t going to do anything. From my side of the Nepali culture, we aren’t supposed to celebrate until the child is 2 years old, but Suraj’s side is okay with it. Because my Mom wants to have…

Read More

Blow drying Savya’s hair!

Hi folks! Sorry for the long hiatus. I had no idea how crazy mommying could be. Savya cut his first tooth, started eating solids, and has started his worm crawl – a precursor to crawling! Super excited to share it all with you. Oh, I also found an awesome matar paneer (peas and cheese in…

Read More