Please forgive me for giving in to the ubiquitous Valentine’s mood – it will soon be over! But before that happens, I’d like to share a few more things. Today, I’m coming with another mandala – heart themed this time. It’s also a great occasion to finally launch a new section on this blog – downloadable resources! I’ve been meaning to do this for ages, and now, having released my Christmas themed book and a few colouring pages, it feels like a good start. So without further ado – here’s what I have for you today!
Today – the 2nd of February – marks the official end of Christmas in my country’s culture, tightly connected to religious aspect of Christmas (you can read more about our traditions here). This day makes a perfect occasion for my big Christmas-released project to be released for the first time. I’ve gathered all of my Christmas recipes, craft and gift ideas and inspirations that have already been published on this blog, added those that are still yet to be published (that’s right, I didn’t manage to post all of my Christmas adventures in December and had to schedule some for 2019) and arranged them all into a festive book. It took a lot of work, but it’s finally ready and available to download right now, for free, for everyone!
These cookies are a perfect alternative for traditional gingerbread ones, if you’re bored with those. They are also great to use with cookie cutters – they hold their shapes perfectly, better than the best of sugar cookie recipes I’ve tried. Extremely delicate and soft, they just dissolve in your mouth. And the taste is simply divine! It will surely please all walnut lovers, I can guarantee that. 🙂
Welcome to another part of my ultimate Christmas Gift Guide! I’ve previously posted a list of 15 gift ideas for him, a list of 15 gift ideas for her and a list of 15 gift ideas for parents and grandparents – make sure to check them out! And now, let’s explore the list of ideas for stocking fillers. 🙂
I think we’ve all come to terms with the fact that around Christmas we’ll be guilty of eating unhealthily. That’s something we seem to simply accept, with a firm resolution that after Christmas – or maybe after the New Year’s – we’ll get back on track, eat whole, clean foods, hit the gym and put an end to all of our unhealthy habits. And although the majority of festive treats are, indeed, full of fat and sugar (both are fine when consumed in moderation, but the sin we’re most often guilty of is overeating – especially bad when you overeat on unhealthy food), demonizing Christmas food as a whole is a bit unfair. Here are a few health benefits of Christmas food, which you might have never thought about. And when you end up feeling guilty after this year’s Christmas dinner, think back to reading this article and don’t be too harsh on yourself.
Welcome to the 3rd part of my ultimate Christmas Gift Guide – I’ve previously posted a list of 15 gift ideas for him and a list of 15 gift ideas for her – be sure to check them out! And now, without further ado, let’s jump straight into today’s list. 🙂
This is the second part of my ultimate Christmas Gift Guide – I’ve previously posted a list of 15 gift ideas for him – click here to check it out!