I spent the last year abroad in Japan, and while I was living in a University dorm I tried to maintain my vegan lifestyle. Out of fear and lack of awareness of Japanese food markets, my first month was an assortment of pasta recipes. Let's be honest, vegan or not, pasta--the American way--is easy to cook. Boil water, … Continue reading Spinach Spaghetti and Vegan Meatballs
It's been a while since I baked something vegan (I blame the 100 degree weather), but recently I made some simple vegan cookies. A common misconception is that vegans don't have dessert--or if we do it's made from tree bark. Actually this vegan cookie recipe is not only easy but low on calories and fun to make. … Continue reading Vegan Banana Oatmeal Cookies
She Is... Ch. 3 ...A Stolen Glance It was 6 in the morning. Eun Sung stared at the paper the director from last night had handed to her. He had quickly scribbled an address on there. ‘Should I go?’ she debated. At that moment her cousin Ji Woo came into the living room. “Hey noona.” He … Continue reading The Weekly Dose: Fanfiction for Everyone #3
Watercolor Or Color pencil?
Fans of DIY and crafting have probably heard of an awesome website called Rookie Mag. It was on this marvelous website that I saw a tutorial for how to make detachable collars. You might be wondering what is the purpose of a detachable collar? After all ypu can just where a collared shirt. However, a detachable … Continue reading DIY Collar
She Is... Chapter 2:...A Bright City Lee Min Ho looked down at the brightly lit capital city in South Korea form his luxury suite hotel window. He enjoyed how busy Seoul's streets looked. There was a single disturbance on the freshly made bed in his room. A script. A script Min Ho had reviewed during his … Continue reading A Weekly Dose: Fanfiction for Everyone #2
Last night I practiced working with watercolors. Out of all the art mediums I find watercolors the hardest; they require patience--a quality I severely lack. Usually I work with acrylic. Considered the most versatile, acrylic unlike oil and watercolor paint doesn't require patience. Sometimes though, patience can look very beautiful. Watercolor allows this weightless feeling … Continue reading Adventures in Watercolor