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Happy Monday friends!
We thought we’d help warm up your afternoon with some stylish home decor.
Bring a little heat and tropical vibes to your place with these new cushion covers. We can’t promise it won’t be snowing outside though 😩
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Hello home to Magnetic island 😊🌺 #tropicalisland#farnorthqueensland#tropical#tropics a long journey but worth it to spend time with my dad, and a few catch up with friends❤️ I loved staying in Ulverston this time such a friendly and interesting market town.
“It isn’t about turning your back on the world; it’s about stepping away now and then so that you can see the world more clearly and love it more deeply.” — Leonard Cohen reminding us to pack that bag (AllSwell notebook included) and get out of dodge. | A destination put to paper by @johnzabawa.
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I don't normally take pictures of people, or share many pictures of my work for that matter, but there's just something great about the simplicity and calmness of strolling the beach and casting out (to some bonefish in this case). The photo is from a June trip to Grand Bahama to help @camluckphotography with his research on the reproductive physiology of bonefish across seasons and habitats.
I'm going to try and share some more photos that I have back logged from my work adventures, so stay tuned!
"Obi, that breakfast you gave me this morning, you will teach my lovely wife, so that she can be making it for me. I like that it was small, but it sustains. It was rich and filling."- those are my dad's exact words to me just now.
I took the day off work. Hours after serving my parents breakfast, l treated myself to this wrap and omelet. My parents haven't had any meal since that breakfast this morning. Our meals always emphasize quality over quantity. Now you must hear this. Eating well is very achievable. Local vegetables in Nigeria are cheap. For example, in Lagos, we buy a cleanly packaged bunch of Amaranth leaves locally called Soko for under N250. It may come as a big surprise to most people, but this vegetable grown in Nigeria is said to offer higher nutrition that Kale, plus it is by far more easily digestible. Check out Marina's lovely post on this vegetable @olivesandfeta No you probably wouldn't hear of this as another trendy vegetable from abroad because it isn't a fad. It is a tropical staple that has been available to millions of Nigerians from time immemorial. Whether or not we embrace Amaranth as well as other available whole foods, or we keep thinking eating well is expensive because fads are always expensive is something to ponder over.
In our cafe, for over 4 years now, we have been providing a delicious Roasted Butternut Squash Salad with Red Amaranth and Pecans. Once again, Amaranth is called Soko in Lagos, Nigeria, and always remember that fads are bottom line silly and expensive. Au Sante! Live and Blossom.