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I Cooked Something Edible: Pt. 2

I call this The Lazy Baker edition. The last time I joined the holiday cookie exchange at work was years ago, and even then, I went for no-bake cookie balls because I wanted something easy. After taking a break for many years, I decided to take the plunge again and sign-up for this year's cookie… Continue reading I Cooked Something Edible: Pt. 2

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My Travel Photography Essentials

When I first thought about getting serious with travel photography, I knew my gear had to be light. My cardio game has never been good, so adding a lot more weight to myself will just slow me down even more, especially when I have to climb or hike to get good photos. Minimal Gear When… Continue reading My Travel Photography Essentials

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Bespoke Jewelry by Me

I rarely wear accessories other than the essentials (i.e., a watch on one wrist and a hair tie on the other). So when I do wear them, I’m very particular. I like unique pieces that seem to be made specifically for the outfit I’m wearing. Of course, I always have a difficult time finding “the… Continue reading Bespoke Jewelry by Me

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I Cooked Something Edible: Pt. 1

Many who know me will attest that my cooking skills are minimal—adequate at best. I can cook to survive, basically. However, I follow a Filipino-French blogger (Erwan Heussaff) on social media and he shared a video of him making Cacio e Pepe. It looked pretty simple (other than the part where he made his own… Continue reading I Cooked Something Edible: Pt. 1

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Photographing Iceland

My biggest concern during our 2.5-day winter trip to Iceland was the weather and its effects on my photography equipment and experience. I've gone to the Swiss Alps with my Fujifilm XT20 camera, but other than being cold, it was dry and sunny. Iceland was a different story. It was cold, wet, and gloomy the… Continue reading Photographing Iceland