Ever ran your mind through a washing machine? If you haven’t, it is time you did. It is dirty, quite dirty. Don’t miss the drier afterwards either 😉 This is our drier after the much needed laundry session.
Hello everyone and welcome back to Spice Up. It has been a while since we have connected. We ardently hope that you have tried out our salad recipes from the previous post or have come up with a few of your own. If you did try out some new salad recipes and feel happy to share it, comment it out below as this forum is as much a platform for giving tips as for taking them. Today, we would like to share a few things about something we all hate to do, more so if it is cold, foggy and raining – walking.
Hello again ! I know we are supposed to be meeting only June 1 but then who follows norms and who doesn’t like surprises? So we thought we will try to pre-pone our blog post. You would have already deduced that this post is about salads from the title, but they aren’t all green as we prefer colour.
Nobody likes a single colour salad bowl. We all get attracted by color as much as the aroma of food but the aesthetic feel is not the only reason behind mixing up different vegetables and fruits in salads. The more the colour, the more the nutritional value you derive out of it. Besides, it also adds a dietary punch that helps avert the hard work that dieting is.
Before I start off, let me welcome you all to Spice Up with a warm hello!
The first step towards a healthier life starts for all of us here. Now, I was thinking about a starting point for our movement and realized that while we could set a firm date, the preparations for it must start pretty soon. Let us finalize on June 1st as the starting point for our movement. That said there is so much build up to it that all of us are going to be rather occupied.
Ok, let me make it simpler to you. We start off with the real deal on June 1. But to wait until tomorrow to accomplish something is laziness, which is exactly what we are trying to avoid here. So, we start off with baby steps until then before going full fledged by June.