I don’t know what to cook anymore, what do I do?

For all women that normally has a routine of cooking on the lunch and on the dinner time, I know how you feel after a couple weeks cooking and feeling that we don’t have anymore ideas of what to cook? As I want to help everyone, I came up with the plan and tips for all of us.

1. Make a list of what food ingredients you, friends and family like:

We have to think about everyone that shares a house, we know that all of us has different tastes, so it’s good to have a little list of these ingredients

2. Spend time looking for new recipes:

This world is full of different cultures and of course, full of different recipes or if you or if you prefer, search for more traditional plates from your country, I have to be honest that I haven’t try everything from my country. I have a Arabic friend that invited me and my future husband to have a dinner at her house, what she got us to eat was this weird soup which tasted really acid, I tried to eat with bread and honestly that was the solution to get a good taste. So have a open mind about the food, even if it’s not an advice that I follow myself but I’m working on it.

3. Start creating a list with the meals that you are going to prep each day of the week:

I found hard to get into this step, but having a list of the food ingredients that me and my fiance like by my side, helped me a lot having ideas combining the ingredients and methods that I could do and try not to repeat the recipes. Also planning the time that you are start cooking is a good idea, that’s keep you organized.

4. When you go for a food shopping, do a list of what is missing on your fridge and according to what you are going to cook through the week and of course always have a look of the sales:

My method to this is having a look in supermarket online stores comparing the prices to another websites, you may jump from one store to another but at least your are saving money.

I hope you liked and feel helped with this short list of tips to planning your meals for the week.

Tip of the day

Today’s tip is just to recommend this lovely king of desserts place, I went there and it’s lovely, their menu of food and coffees is massive, a lot to choose.

Also, suitable for all type of pockets, not so expensive some stuff but believe me, I will go back definitely.

The location that I visit this lovely place was Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

I really recommend you to go there cause it’s really good and delicious!

I hope you like it!

Do you want to know ingredients that are healthy?

Our body needs healthy food so we can keep our good mood and feel full of energy to work or doing whatever activity during the day.

Today, I’m going to write about Alkaline and Quite Alkaline foods but what are those foods?

In a simple way, 70% alkaline= 30% acid-forming food which means you eat less but it’s enough food to get a lot of energy.


The values of PH are measured from 0 to 14. From 0 to 6.9 are acidic, 7 is considered neutral, and so logically 8 to 14 is sugar. So my advice is that we eat alkaline and quite alkaline foods (the list will be at the end of this post), which these are 7 from PH measure.

Not eating well can affect your body, physically and mental, it can affect, in a negative way, your emotions, tiredness, and even more things.

So let’s eat well to live well.

List of Alkaline and Quite Alkaline foods:


All this information is from a book call “Honestly Healthy for Life” written by Natacha Corrett and Vicki Edgson. I decided to do this post because all the information I found on this book got my attention, half of this, I didn’t know and of course I want to be totally honestly with everyone, is not a creative post but it has an important information that I want you all to know.