Taking advantage of a no travel week.☕️
When you’re built like a cricket the dad bod can quickly turn into a bloated E.T. Had to get back out there today no matter how cold this jersey weather is.
Quick 3 mi then a coffee to start the day. Americanos have been a game changer lately, grab one and tell me what you think.
☕ A Vegan Coffee Recipe that is worth to try this #Veganuary ...
👉 The Vegan Irish Coffee!
With just a few simple ingredients, this recipe for a dairy-free vegan Irish coffee is the perfect end to your meal!
2/3 cup coffee (strong brewed, hot)
2 tbsp. Irish whiskey
2 tsp. raw sugar
Optional: vegan whipped cream or whipped topping
STEPS TO MAKE IT
1. Gather the ingredients.
2. Stir together the coffee, whiskey and sugar, making sure the sugar dissolves.
3. Garnish with a generous spoonful of non-dairy whipped cream, if desired.
Enjoy your vegan Irish coffee!
Coffee break ☕ : As time passes by have you ever come to a thought that each hour, minutes, seconds or milliseconds changes and with that time gone can never be back. I hope that each time passes by would be a useful and joyful one. #coffeebreak#shillong#meghalaya#benzlyngz
When we rise in the morning... at the table we drink coffee which is provided to us by a South American, or tea by a Chinese, or cocoa by a West African; before we leave for our jobs we are already beholden to more than half the world.
——Martin Luther King, Jr.
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A cup of sunday ♥
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hyped books are generally a massive hit or miss for me, what about you? 🌞 SUCH A FUN AGE was my most recent hyped read. This novel deals with themes that are important topics of conversation but the execution was disappointing for me. Before I share my final thoughts, I want to remind that it’s perfectly alright for two people to finish the same book and have very different feelings about it. We bring to a book not only the vastness of our personal experiences and histories, but also the entirety of our reading experience.
SUCH A FUN AGE by Kiley Reid has a promising premise which centers around a racist encounter experienced by a black babysitter in America. The best thing about this book is the pacing which makes it a page turner and quite easy to read in a few sittings. The themes, while focusing on race and class privileges in America, also include contemporary sisterhood, blogging and parenting. What initially irked me about this novel is the representation or rather flak that bloggers receive. Alix’s character is set up to be portrayed as a white woman who exploits luxury brands and relies on her privilege to achieve this as a blogger—as someone who is a blogger I can confirm that no luxury brand works with a person who doesn’t already have high stakes as an influencer, and PR companies can eventually spot someone who is getting free products and offering nothing in return. So this aspect of the narrative was faulty imo. The second thing that didn’t work for me was how contrived and convenient the plot and characters felt—I felt I had almost no choice as the reader to make up my own mind about the characters and there was little development overall in any of them. I understand that this is a satire but it’s not enjoyable for me when characters are like caricatures. The best thing this book can do for anyone is to be more introspective about our own behaviour. I don’t see myself recommending this book wholeheartedly, but I would be interested in reading the author’s non fiction work on the topics covered (essays, etc). Thank you @bloomsburyindia for sending a copy to review 🥰🖤 Would love to hear your thoughts if you read it! 🌞
finished a book, starting a book—repeat, repeat, repeat ✌🏼
I’m reading SUCH A FUN AGE (@bloomsburyindia), have you added it to your tbr? This is a much buzzed about book and I’m very very curious.
21 3,73318 January, 2020
are you planning to watch 1917? we watched it today and loved it (I went with @theguywiththebook@thegirlwiththewhisk@saadthetraveler)🖤 planning to take my mum to see it because I think she’ll enjoy the cinematic aspects of the film.
I’m halfway through SUCH A FUN AGE by Kiley Reid and I am very indecisive about how I feel about this book. The plot details feel contrived so that’s made me very skeptical, especially of the high praise this book is receiving. Will update my final thoughts when I’m done reading 🥰🖤