Hi! I am Tay Sun, May 14, 2017 /No Comments Welcome to Tay’s Bipolar Kitchen. Please have a seat at my table. As the name suggests,
Today, I decided I needed a self-care day. It was a difficult, emotional past few months. I'm finally back in Ohio. Yet, my tension are still quite high. It has been a while since, I had taken some time to myself, alone. It was time I put everyone else on hold. For a few hours, I need to shrug off all my stress, hurt and confusion.
When life gives you lemons, they said you should make lemonade. There are times when the lemons are so tart, it doesn't seem as if they will be enough water or sugar to make the lemonade sweet enough to be enjoyed. This is the exact situation, which brings me back in California.
February 12, 2019 | Tay M. | Food & Cooking, Mental Health Wellness, Personal Experiences & Reflections
Waking up with anxiety is not fun. It is even worse when there is a long list of appointment before me. After taking a couple of long, slow deep breaths, I was able to thoughts. At least long enough to formulate a plan to grab some peace before the possible storm.
e’ll see you in 2019! 2018 was a year full of changes and discoveries. My cat Trinity and I packed up, left Long Beach, CA, to relocate to our new lives in Dayton, OH. Despite living here for eight months at this point, Ohio still does not feel like home. Nonetheless, I continue to settle into my new normal.
One could say Vegan Peach Cobbler muffins came to be as a result of my move. Within months of moving to Dayton, OH, I was introduced to the Peach Truck. If you are unfamiliar with the Peach Truck, first let me say I am sorry (unless you are from CA, since we have our own peaches).