A love letter to the British countryside — theAnxiousAuthor

Right now, we should be in Oregon, driving through forests and stopping off to admire the stunning lakes, heading for California. Instead, I’m sat in my dressing gown in my living room, with nothing I need to do. It made me sad on Saturday when I thought that we should have been on a plane […]

A love letter to the British countryside — theAnxiousAuthor

Creation of ‘Brand India’ will help in harnessing the country’s export potential: SIAM

The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), hosted its 60th Annual Convention virtually today, titled “Re-Building the Nation, Responsibly”. During the convention, the panelists spoke about possible ways that can help in fostering increased localization in the Indian Automobile Sector, improve ease-of-doing business scenario in the country and the steps that are to be undertaken to…

Creation of ‘Brand India’ will help in harnessing the country’s export potential: SIAM — MediaBrief

The Good Enough Dinner // Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup

It’s National Family Meals Month! Family meals fuel better nutrition. They also foster emotional balance and strengthen family bonds. Don’t let fancy meals with a lot of prep time be the reason to neglect family mealtime. Even healthy, well-rounded meals can be simple and easy to prepare. Sometimes a “good enough dinner” is all you […]

The Good Enough Dinner // Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup — Create Better Health

A summer garden tour

Hello! Welcome to my blog, where I find peace and happiness through gardening and flowers. Anyone else need some of that? 🙂 This week I’m going to give a view of what is happening all around the garden. We’ve had a strange summer, weather-wise: a very dry spring followed by a very wet early summer. […]

via A summer garden tour — Mom in the Garden

The Obon Festival

Most of the offices in Japan are closed from August 10th to 16th as they celebrate Obon Festival (annual Japanese holiday which remembers deceased ancestors). I took this opportunity to visit Akita Prefecture which is located in North Japan. With less planning and so many changes, this trip is definitely worth remembering as I tried […]

via My first time — My Experiences

Summer is here!

Toyonaka, OsakaーAfter a four-month hiatus, it’s finally time to dust off my blog and give a recap of life during the pandemic. As I write this, the air conditioner is working tirelessly to fight off the 38 degree weather and the humidity that never seems to go away. The poor cicadas haven’t stopped crying out […]

via Summer is here! — Canadian in Japan

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