All Posts By: Alice Chong

Staying mentally healthy during a pandemic

The outbreak has indefinitely affected many people. With the closing of schools, malls and other social outlets. Many states have implemented a “stay-at-home” order to protect the community from an infectious disease. But with the passing days with no end in hindsight, it can be challenging to keep yourself mentally healthy while staying indoors. Disclaimer: […]

5 Ways to Naturally Rejuvenate Your Body

When you hear of the word ‘detoxification’ or detox. You normally think of strategies to improve health and promote weight loss. However, studies have shown that our bodies already have the ability to eliminate toxins and don’t require any special diets or expensive supplements to do so. Consume Less Meat Producing meat creates carbon dioxide […]

How to Cook the Perfect Salmon Steak

A hardy salmon is good for your heart and overall health. It’s jam packed with antioxidants, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids. Here, I found a quick, delicious and easy pan cooked salmon dish that don’t require the oven! Ingredients 4 Salmon Filets 200g Baby potatoes 100g Brussel sprouts 2 Handful of tomatoes Salt, pepper, […]

Innisfree Jeju Orchid + EM Cosmetics Review

Hello all! It’s been cold lately hasn’t it? Luckily I tried something new this month and got the Innisfree Jeju Orchid set. If you’ve seen my past review of Innisfree Cherry Blossom set, check it out here! The Orchid set is really amazing. It’s very different from the Cherry Blossom set.  The set includes Orchid […]

Inspirational Books to Read for 2020

For many of us, a new year is an opportunity of growth and opportunities. Instead of spending majority of your time Netflix and chilling. It’s also a great time to sit back – and read a good book. Here, I’ve gathered some incredibly inspirational books that will transform the way you think and feel. To […]

5 Easy Skin Care Tips For Cold Weather

The change of seasons can strain the quality of your skin, especially when going from warmer summer months to fall and winter season. This transition most commonly makes your skin look dull and feel dry, but it can also spur flare-ups of skin conditions such as acne and eczema. One of the biggest mistakes people […]