How To Make Blueberry Overnight Oats (Easy & Healthy)

Hey guys! How’s everyone doing?! We’re now on our ninth week of the Enhanced Community Quarantine due to the Covid-19 pandemic. I hope everyone’s still safe and sane. We’ll get through this, just have faith and stay strong!

While in quarantine, I’ve tried to make myself busy at home. I tried to learn new things and one of those things is being in the kitchen and learning to cook and make healthy breakfast and snacks. Just to disclose, I rarely, rarely cook! I only cook like twice a year, but these past two months, I’ve been cooking almost everyday and I am so happy that I get to do that. I am grateful for the gift of time and the new things I’ve learned due to this pandemic. I know all of us are struggling with the current situation, especially financially and emotionally, but let’s try to stay away from negativity and look at the bright side in every situation, for me it’s the gift of time. The time to stay at home and be with our loved ones, time for self care, time to learn new things, and time to rest and restart. Cooking is one of the few things that I really wanted to learn long-ago, but since I’m super busy with work and other stuff, I never had the chance to do so. And now, I have all the time to learn and explore in the kitchen and I can’t believe I’m saying this… I have potential… I think! Ahahaha!

For this blog, I just want to share how to make one of my favorite breakfast/snacks that is easy to do and healthy too! I hope this simple recipe will be helpful. Enjoy!

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with sliced almonds and cacao nibs

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with toasted coconut flakes and cacao nibs

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LeahTravels: My Favorite Cafes in Siargao

Hey everyone! Since we’re still stuck indoors (hoping this pandemic will end soon), I just want to share two of my favorite cafes in Siargao. I haven’t shared anything yet from my recent trip to Siargao, but I have so much stories to tell and I would like to start with this. I love everything about this island, the vibe, the people, the beaches, the beautiful resorts, the food and the cafes. I’m hoping to buy a property and live there someday. Yes, that’s how much I love Siargao.

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There are so many cute cafes in the island, but these two are my favorites. They have that rustic, minimalist vibe. Both are such instagramable places and that’s not all, I have a favorite drink from each cafes too!

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LEAHTRAVELS: LA UNION 2018

Last January 27 to 29 was our first out of town trip for the year and we were able to see again the beauty of La Union after three months. We were able to do more this time than the first time we visited San Juan, La Union. This was more fun because we were able to tag along some friends. We were able to surf for two days, explore the city, and discover more food/restaurant destinations.

So here’s a photo diary of our short trip.

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