Month: December 2012

Avocado Breakfast Two Ways

Three bags of haas avocados make me excited with the possibilities. Since the avocado season is over back in Manila, it’s here in Seattle that I continue my avocado exploration. This one’s extremely easy. I love how I can have a breakfast with a savory and sweet portion from this little fruit. It might not leave you too full, but eating the other slices of tomato plus another fruit while prepping could help. After all, they say breakfast should be the second most filling meal of the day. We’ll save our appetite for lunch.

Turn the Windows On

Imagine how this will change the way we live. Windows, ceilings, and walls that can be turned on and off for illumination. And that’s only the tip of the iceberg for what can be made with OLEDs. I’d love to use this in my house and projects. #coveted via

Alive and Chilling

Cold weather makes me happy. Clouds and aerial views will always be overwhelmingly amazing. Airplane food makes me happy too (even though it’s supposedly horrible). The past days weeks were a flurry of turning over projects and settling requirements for others before the holidays begin, which is why my catching-my-breath breaks went only as far as watching Suits, The Newsroom, Big Bang Theory, and online window shopping, but not all the way to writing. Been thinking about Azuma Makoto’s book, Guerlain’s meteorites, spiced apple cider, and looking up the best plant-based, paraben free, BPA free, and as natural as possible moisturizing product. Perhaps Dr. Haushka products or Burt’s Bees Mama Bee Nourishing Body Oil? Gotta find something before my Planet Noah Oasis VoCo Cream runs out. Too bad I didn’t bring more, since it turns out to be good even in this winter weather. It leaves my skin smooth and not greasy, plus it has a light lavender scent which helps me sleep. The worst part about my trip was panicking from my iPhone’s non-functioning …