Two things that I didn't really need more of: tea and mugs. Guess what I got? My friend Erica told me about the sale Homegoods had on a bunch of cat mugs, so I had to check it out. I decided upon this mug, because it had a cat with glasses that looks exactly like [...]
If you've been following Life's a Cup of Tea for a while, you'll know I'm a big chai lover. I love the spiciness. I first had chai tea in latte form back in the day, but I like drinking it plain most. I've had a lot of different chai teas, but I recently stumbled upon [...]
If you like chamomile, jasmine and other floral blends, you'll probably enjoy the Teavivre's Osmanthus Dancing Green floral tea. It's delicious and fun to steep.
Republic of Tea recently reached out to me to try a tea from their new Super Herb Women's Line. There are four organic teas in the line, designed to help with women's health issues. I chose Nettle Tea, for two reasons: I'd never had nettle before but heard a lot about it. It says it [...]
I always enjoy spending time at the beach and in nature. But lately, it's been even more fun hiking at the Indiana Dunes, because I've taken on a new hobby — searching for sea glass. Since I'm looking from a lake, I'm not sure if the correct term is sea glass or beach glass, but [...]
So I've done a lot of tea reviews, and I'm pretty familiar with tea. For those of you just getting into tea, I'm sharing a quick guide on where you can find good tea! There are lots of places to look, and some might be right under your nose (no, I'm not talking about in your tea cup, though that is a good place! sorry I'm so cheesy).
I think I've found my new favorite chocolate. On my journey towards being completely dairy-free, one of the most difficult things to cut has been chocolate.I love dark chocolate, but even some of that has milk in it (which is kind of ridiculous and deceiving, in my opinion). My go-to is the endangered species chocolate, [...]