Waking Up in California Lemon Berry Pepita Cake One of the things that I love the most about food photography (besides the food) is the people I get to meet, so I decided to start collaborations for my blog. My first go is with Natalia Gaviria – an … Continue reading → Restoring Your Body: Day 1 Our body has the natural ability to restore itself. However, most of our bodies are intoxicated to some extent. Our world is polluted – the air we breathe, the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the detergents we use … Continue reading → Berry Chia Blueberry Bars We are all confused when it comes to granola bars. We tend to think they make for a great mid-day snack. However, most of the packaged kind are high in sugar and calories – which sounds more like a candy … Continue reading → About Carob + A Pudding One of my most recent discoveries is carob. Carob is similar to cacao – it comes from the pod of a tree that contains a sweet, edible pulp. It grows on a tree in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s similar to cacao, … Continue reading → Picking Berries Today, I miss NYC. I miss my apartment, my bed, and my space, and my friends. However, a part of me feels like I don’t belong there sometimes. Not because I don’t fit in with my friends or because I don’t … Continue reading → The Cereal Monogamist My serious case of serial (not cereal!) monogamy started at 13 years old with an ex-boyfriend whom I will call Guy #1. He asked me out outside the my Social Studies classroom at 2.30 p.m. at the end of the school … Continue reading → Little Girls Wear Pink. Little Boys Wear Blue. Relationships are a complex thing. We have created all sorts of meanings and rules attached to who we should be, and what we should do in relation to the other sex. Women are crazy. Men are insensitive. Women want to … Continue reading → Fear, or Love? Have you ever felt scared that you will never meet the “man of your dreams”? Someone who is this way and that way, who will fall in love with you, take care of you, want to marry you, buy you a … Continue reading →