I'll be honest here, it’s been a rough week. I’ve lost my appetite and shed my weight in tears. I already mentioned in the earlier post that I was working over my limits and having a tough time. Fortunately, it will all be over (my final deadlines and some extremely important errands) by 23rd i.e. the next weekend and I'm hoping to take a long break after that which will surely lift my spirits. In the meantime, I thought I’d share these two delicious sweet-tooth recipes.
When I look at the typical breakfast food offerings at many restaurants, supermarkets, and food trucks, and I think about the health of many nations around the globe, I want to cry. Muffins, bagels, donuts, pancakes, waffles, French toast sticks… Want some bacon, sausage, or fried potatoes with that, ma’am? Though I'm a vegetarian, this is normally asked in restaurants or brunch places and then I've to awkwardly point out that I'm a vegetarian since birth! Sigh. But you get the gist, right?
Being a vegetarian (been one since birth. yeah it's extremely common among Indians) and struggling to get healthy with my choices for food for a good, healthy lifestyle has always been a struggle. I started writing about food and sharing recipes since the last month (so far, I've shared only 2 recipes) and I've come to know the importance of staying healthy more than ever. It's all about the right mindset. So today, I won't share a recipe but instead share some tips to help you and keep you on track about making the right choices when it comes to health and food. Consider this as a friend's advice because that is how I'm writing this out..Just simple language and not even going to make revisions or make changes later on.. Sharing this as I write and publish a raw draft.