I have a weakness when it comes to patisserie, I always had. Even now that I’ve drastically reduced my consumption of cakes, pastries, biscuits and even chocolate, I still do like to eat them as a treat every now and then. I enjoy baking them just as much, and when I bake at home, I feel much more in control of the quality of the ingredients I use. It may not make the end baked-goods less calorific, but I’m sure it will be less processed than many super-market bought products, and dare I say more delicious. Continue reading
Life… How should I put it? Mmh, an eventful journey to the unknown…
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean it in a bad way, but in this life events happen that knock you off your feet for a while, well for a long while. Being the impatient human beings as we are, when you’re stuck in a traumatic period of 3 or 4 weeks, it’s hard to see beyond it. If you’re one of the fortunate ones that are able to get outside that bubble and look beyond, you’ll soon realise that 4 weeks only form a minor part of a life-long journey of adventures, achievements and more importantly happiness. You never know maybe one day you’ll realise that those 4 weeks in your life were exactly what you needed to be triumphant; you’ll lift up your head high and be thankful for having gone through that test. Frankly, how would you know where you stand if you’re not shaken once in a while?