Recipe: Lime, Blueberry & Raspberry Cake

If you’re like me and have been spending lots of time in the kitchen during quarantine, then you may be looking for a new recipe to try out. I’ve been busy in the kitchen mastering new cakes and bakes over the past few months and my Instagram followers have definitely feasted their eyes on this…

Nutrition 101: Kombucha

You’ve probably walked into a health store or a regular grocery store and noticed an odd looking drink in the cold drink section, that looks rather interesting but also questionable. Once you read the label and notice it says it’s a fermented tea… you may be put off and not know what it is. So,…

Photos That Make Me Smile #53

These days I’m really enjoying and appreciating the little things in life and all the tiny moments in every day that make me happy. A simple glimpse of sunshine, aesthetically pleasing home decor, indoor and balcony plants, a delicious cup of coffee, intricate recipes and flowers to name a few… While still stuck at home,…

A Quarantine Chat | Life Update

Hi everyone! The past few days I’ve been focusing on getting a very long skincare blogpost prepared for you guys to read next week, where I chat about my current skincare routine and some amazing new finds. Whilst finished that up, I still wanted to put out a blogpost on here this week just to…

Nutrition 101: Vitamin C

Nowadays, lots of people are seeking vitamins to boost their immunity and Vitamin C is by far the most often spoken about. To help those who have no idea where to start and whether or not they should be supplementing with Vitamin C, I’ve decided to gather some info and share my knowledge and thoughts…

Recipe: A Healthier Banana Bread

For me, there is nothing more comforting and heartwarming than a fresh, homemade banana bread. While our instagram feeds seem to be filling up with baking mixes and indulgent banana breads during self-isolation & quarantine, I thought I would share my recipe for a bit of a healthier banana bread option. You can keep it…

Recipe: My Go-To Morning Smoothie Bowl

I am a creature of habit and once I find an item of food (specifically breakfast/brunch) that I enjoy, I tend to make it everyday for weeks on end. Currently, I’m in the stage of loving my morning smoothie bowl, which I enjoy after my at-home workout and a revitalising shower. After sweating my booty…

A Different Way To Enjoy Your Coffee

Who doesn’t miss the luxury of going out to a coffee shop with friends or by yourself and enjoying an iced coffee while the rest of the world buzzes in front of you? I definitely do. I miss those days when I would drive to the outdoor mall near us and walk around, pick up…

Photos That Make Me Smile #52

I think nowadays we all need a little bit of a pick-me-up and something to make us smile. Don’t know where you are whilst reading this, but I hope you’re healthy and staying safe while the world is going through such unexpected and rather scary times. In light of everything going on at the moment,…

Recipe: Homemade Teriyaki Chicken

Staying at home when Jonas is at work means I have been experimenting and making new meals for dinner for the both of us. I try and think outside the box and create something I haven’t before, or simply instead of buying a store-bought sauce, creating it from scratch and putting my own twist on…

Bringing In Some Color To Our Balcony

In Lithuania, plants, gardens and hanging flowers grown on balcony railings are extremely popular. I think it stems from the fact that Lithuanians in general are quite nature-oriented and love the outdoors. If you live in the city and you have a balcony, it’s very common to plant some greenery to frame your view and…

Recipe: My Mom’s Exotic Thai Soup

I’m sure most of you have a specific recipe you think of when you think of your Mom. I definitely have a few in mind, but one that our entire family always loves and asks for whenever possible, is her warming, somewhat spicy and exotic Thai Soup. Since Jonas and I absolutely love this soup…

My Goals for 2020

With every beginning of a new year, the internet is filled with everyone’s New Years Resolutions… I think it’s great to set yourself some goals or plans for the future, but setting hard-core, drastic resolutions can often be daunting and lead to failure. I often see lists of resolutions spanning 20 countries someone would like…

Cyprus Travel Vlog!

Hey everyone, if you read my last post and enjoyed some photos from my recent trip to Cyprus with my dad before the holidays, you’ll be happy to hear I uploaded my travel vlog video this morning on Youtube! I spent some time yesterday putting it together and I must say- it’s so nice to…

The Holidays Have Come & Gone

Hey everyone! Sorry for the long delay in posts over the holidays- seems like Christmas was still to come and in a few manic weeks, it’s now the new year! I don’t know about you, but for me, this year the holidays passed by so quick as I had so many things to do and…