I am a woman, a wife, a mother and a worker. As a wife and a mother, I try my best to love my family as much as I love myself. And as a worker, I certainly can work hard but prefer to work smart.
I try to take good care of myself, watch my weight, eat right, get enough sleep and drink enough water. I exercise 5 days in a week by
doing morning yoga for 20 minutes
and static cycling for another 20 minutes
I am by nature a morning person. One of my favorite quotes is ‘early to bed and early to rise, makes me healthy, wealthy and wise’. I sleep around 7 hours everyday and wake up early in the morning ready to meet whatever the day will bring.
I love coffee. I’ve loved the smell of coffee since childhood when my mom brewed coffee for my father in the morning. I could not wait until I was old enough to drink coffee. It started when I was around 10 years old, I secretly sipped the first glorious mouthful of coffee from my father’s mug. I’ve been hooked ever since.
I am the type of a person who love balance in life. I am neither extremely organizational mania nor disorganized misery. I am not overly self-indulgent but I’m not a strictly diet freak either. I am talkative by nature but I know when to stop talking and start listening.
I am no spiritual giant and I am certainly not one of those prayer warriors. I am an average woman. An average woman trying to figure out what it means to live life and to have faith in God.
I am not a deep thinker. I am content to believe that today is today and tomorrow will be another day.
You won’t get rocket science from me or even kitchen science. Most of my cooking ideas are half-baked or copy-paste from others. But I love learning something new and conducting research on whatever topics related to cooking and food.
Through Cooking Without Borders I want to share with you whatever knowledge, insights, revelations and experience I find along my interesting journey of cooking…