3 Things Thursday: Week 10

It’s Thursday and I’m back after a bit of a break and linking up to my favourite weekly linkup: #3ThingsThursday! As usual, this linkup is hosted by Salma over at The Write Balance, Raj over at Pink Chai Living, and Nisha over at Love Laugh Mirch. Make sure to check out what these talented women are up to in their posts and also to check out the other bloggers linking up this week. Continue reading

3 Things Thursday: Week 8

The week has flown by and it’s already time for #3ThingsThursday – a wonderful link up hosted by Salma of The Write Balance, Raj of Pink Chai Living, and Nisha of Love Laugh Mirch!


It dawned upon me this week that I’m 29 weeks pregnant already. That means that today I have only 74 days left until the due date! And according to Google (I don’t leave anything up to my horrible math skills), I’m in my SEVENTH month. Holy pickle, when did that happen? All of this has got me thinking about the things that I need to get done before this baby comes along. And even though I have a while yet, one of the items on my to do list is packing that hospital bag.

pregnancy hospital bag packing

Here are my three must have things in that hospital bag… Continue reading

Coping with Bugs During Pregnancy

Disclaimer: This website does not provide medical advice. Remember to always consult your doctor before starting any treatment, even natural, especially when pregnant. Also consult your doctor if your symptoms persist or worsen. The information in this post is not meant as expert advice and is only my personal opinion.  This information does not replace the advice of a doctor. Please do not delay seeking or disregard a doctor’s advice because of anything that you read in this post.

Getting sick is never fun, and it’s even worse when you get sick and you’re pregnant. Your system is probably already feeling overwhelmed from just being pregnant (nausea, heartburn, constipation, headaches, mood swings, cramps, swelling, the list goes on!), but now your body is under attack by bugs that really don’t care how you might already be feeling. Continue reading