Path to Success: Building Daily Routines

What does everyone want? What do you want? Me, I want to be happy. I want success. Don't you? The problem is that most of us stumble on the meaning of happiness, because we don't know what happiness really is. Is it getting praises for a job well done? Is it shopping for vintage Dior? Is it lounging on your bed all day? Or maybe eating all you can in a five-star hotel?

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Suman aka Filipino Rice Snack

There are many versions of sumans out there, it depends on what region it comes from. The best suman I have had is called Moron (yes, that's spelled correctly) from Samar Island. The most common suman is what you find in all markets across the country is arguably, a Filipino's comfort food. Shaped like a brick, brown and sweet, it's a convenient healthy snack as its made of rice, coconut milk and sugar.

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Top 5 Healthies: Food Instagrams to Follow

Who doesn't like Instagram? It's fun, easy, inspirational and beautiful. It's a great place to find healthy recipes, exercise tips, fitspirations, motivational quotes and thought-provoking movements. In Instagram, you can never follow enough wellness warriors who promote healthy lifestyle and clean eating. I'm sharing some of my favourite "Healthies" and I hope you find them as inspirational as I do! Here are my Top 5 Food Instagrams to follow.

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Can I Prepare Smoothies In Advance?

I think you can say that smoothies are best consumed immediately after making it because it starts to oxidise then (meaning the nutrients are degrading - making it less nutritious). Although fresh is always best, just think - it's always better to chug a refrigerated smoothie than to have French Toast for breakfast.

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Seafood Ginger Ale Pasta

I don't normally drink sugary stuff but I had to use this ginger ale in some form, so as not to waste it. Since I bought clams earlier that day and a lot of ginger, and the Filipino penchant of using sugary drinks as sauces/marinade (Sprite Prawns, anyone?) I used it as a base of the sauce for my seafood pasta.

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