Heading down to San Fernando today, my hometown here in Trinidad and Tobago. As my taxi driver does the hard work, I feel the usual butterflies I get knowing I will see the sights and some people I love in a bit, if even for a little bit. Passing to check my Dad, who has been a huge support as I wrestle (willingly) with my new diagnosis, and that in itself has worked wonders. Popping in to see my school friend, neighbour and famaaaaaleeeee, JR and her gorgeous daughter and it is thoughts of all of this that has me … Continue reading Where are my meds? Literally.
As a little girl, my mother repeated the musing of my very first teacher from time to time … “Michelle does as she wants and not as she’s told”… as I stand ready to face forty, she wasn’t wrong. Makes … Continue reading I’m Doing it Huawei.
A bit of kindness always gets my nod especially when that kindness is delivered by a brand. And Nestlé® Milks certainly got my attention as it launched its #DoSomeGood campaign this week, knighting Friday March 4th as “National Day of Goodness” and pouring goodness all over Trinidad and Tobago. What better recipe can the brand whip up to further engage its community than one that includes kindness, goodness and milk, all mixed together in a bid to make people smile, be healthy and most importantly, be kind to each other? Before I dive in, Nestlé® Milks, I approve! My friends at Delivering Happiness, (a company with a … Continue reading #BrandLove | Nestlé® Milks | #DoSomeGood
So there. My first cooking blog post. Is that even a term? For those who know me, know I like to know everything, which is totally different to my ability to remember anything. Anyhow. So what does the world of … Continue reading Cooking and the Blog
One of the best feelings in the world is to create something that brings someone joy. Happiness. Contentment. Satisfaction. Something that makes someone smile. As a creative person, there are two things – out of all the things I claim … Continue reading #iadore | Cooking
So as I typed the headline…I will admit to first typing OCHRO and then erasing and typing OKRA. According to BBC Good Food describes okra as “Originally from Africa, okra is now widely used incuisines such as Caribbean, Creole, Cajun … Continue reading #iadore | Okra
We all love things. Our favourite brands. That go-to place for your favourite latte. That brand of shoe that you know is comfy, no matter what. Favourite pizza. Favourite lip balm. The spot for an Eggs Benedict. The list goes … Continue reading #iadore | The Series | Dianne’s Tea Shop