Something that we as people don't pay as much attention to as we probably should is how our living space affects our mental health. As a university student, I know what it's like to live in small spaces, and I also know that I haven't even experienced the worst of the worst. I do know, …
Hey everyone! I didn't get a chance to blog yesterday, so I'm doing a post today for both yesterday and today! For this post, I wanted to take a minute to reflect on something that I heard from a friend the other day. I overheard my friend talking about a pill that someone was taking …
Sharing this recipe from Cooking Without Limits! I love that it only uses whole ingredients instead of artificially refined ones. Great example of truly healthy cooking
This is my sugar free chocolate banana bread. I used the original recipe for banana bread and I added dates instead of sugar. It is not very sweet but adding pieces of sugar free chocolate my banana bread became sweet.
It is an easy recipe with all the ingredients except the chocolate mixed in the bowl.
- 2 big bananas
- 100 ml olive oil
- 3 eggs
- 1 teaspoon Homemade vanilla extract
- 10g baking soda
- Pinch of salt
- ½ cup dates left in water overnight
- 200g flour
- Pieces of sugar free chocolate
Preheat the oven to 180 degree Celsius. Put a baking sheet in a loaf pan. I used one smaller because I had only half of the mix. The other half I used to do something else. I will write you about it in the near future.
In a bowl, mashed the bananas with a fork. Stir the olive…
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When someone asks us how we are, we are expected to respond that we are "well". We are expected to greet people at school, at work and in public with a friendly smile, and for the sake of professionalism, we are expected to hide our tears, our anger or despair, because any other state besides …