Fun and easy way to eat fresh fruit - in a coconut!
What you need: coconut & choice of fresh fruits
1. Crack open a coconut and empty it out. I put the coconut juice in a cup to enjoy later.
2. Chop up your choice of fresh fruits and place it inside the coconut
3. Voila, enjoy!

I made these ice cream pops at home with my sister, super easy to make!
What you need: ice cream cone mold (I purchased mine from amazon), fresh strawberry, banana, almond milk, and yogurt
1. Put all the ingredients in a blender and put it in the mold and freeze overnight
2. Take it out from the freezer and run the mold under water for about 5-10 seconds to help the pop come out without breaking
3. Enjoy!

I was homesick while staying in New York for a couple of weeks, and am so happy to be back home. I love New York but I grew up and live in a suburban neighborhood where I can drive around and have my personal space (I'm a bit claustrophobic). Lately I've been trying out new food recipes at home and spending time with my sister. We both love flowers and to me, flowers are a little reminder of home and home is where the heart is. One handy tip I learned overtime is to re-cut the stems every 2-3 days to keep flowers fresh and helps lengthen the life of the flowers.

Love, Sharon


  1. Oh the coconut bowls look super lovely. I need to try that :)

    Have a wonderful day.
    Love from Austria,


  2. Great tip on the flowers, Sharon! I just got roses this week so I'll give them a try! ;)

  3. I am in love with Your flatlays, it's crazy! Haha! And I love this idea ^_^

    SJay // The Chronic Dreamer | A Lifestyle Blog

  4. I love using fruits as bowls! Like eating from a pineapple. Or drinking orange hot chocolate out of an orange :) -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  5. Hopefully it works for you, wish I knew sooner! x

  6. thank you :) hope you enjoy your weekend!

  7. orange hot chocolate sounds interesting maybe i'll try it! :)

  8. Love the pics, as usual!!! And I love your new blog design too!


  9. Your photos always inspire wanderlust! I love these ideas!