Flooding in Nepal: Fundraising for Terai

The 2015 Nepal earthquake was devastating, decimating many poor villages outside of the capital. Most of the money wired to the government still have not reached the smaller villages, and that which did was not enough to rebuild their homes. If it were not for the funds sent through the hands of non-profit organizations like…

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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…

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Coffee Grounds: D.I.Y Face + Body Scrub

I’ve been really into trying to find a good scrub for my face, and I really love DIY’s. I mean, who doesn’t? You can use natural ingredients and customise the product to truly fit what you require. Nobody knows your own skin like you do, so why not try it? I started saving the coffee…

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Tasty Tuesday: Dabangg Jhol Momo!

Nepalis LOVE momos. Momos are Nepalese dumplings, or Nepalese styled gyoza. We typically eat it with achaar, a spicy tomato sauce. It’s a favourite and there are many methods to both preparing the filling and folding the parcels. So after a few weeks of Suraj winging and whining for jhol momo, I finally conceded and…

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