Happy hump day!
For my first baked recipe in this blog, I’ll share my banana-chocochip loaf. When I was in college and my siblings were too, my parents bought us an oven and one of the few things I baked back then was this banana-chocolate chip loaf. This is also one of the very (only one of two) few successful products I baked back then. This was a hit with my cousins, especially when the loaf is loaded with chocolate chips. I love making this in loaf form because it makes for easier packaging and great as gifts. Being a banana cake, it is a no-brainer to make, you just have to have the best ingredients you can find. Continue reading
My camera bag needs to be replaced, yes. But it’s not damaged and it still serves its purpose (protecting camera and camera accessories) so I do not have a reason to buy a new one. The original sling, however, was dirty and a bit tattered so I was looking for ways to replace it. When my grandmother gave me more than a dozen of her vintage belts, I used one — that’s thick and sturdy enough to withstand the weight of the camera bag with content — and repurposed it. Continue reading
Left: thrifted silk top, thrifted checkered skirt, Michael Kors flats Right: thrifted polka dot top, thrifted jogging pants, sister’s bag
I have been missing from this blog for more than five months.. Yes, life has taken me out from it, but that is not exactly the reason why I have been silent for a long time. The truth is, I got lost. I felt a mid-life crisis in my blogging life and felt like I was in a cross-road and I didn’t know where to go. I thought my blog, this blog, no longer had any direction and I felt I have somehow outgrown “thrifting” and my thrifting adventures. Continue reading