The Art Of Parental Justification

“The ability to observe without evaluating is the highest form of intelligence.” ― Jiddu Krishnamurti Earlier in the week at one of the baby groups I take my Son to, they had a local photographer taking Mummy and baby pictures for Christmas. In my mind, I definitely wanted to take advantage and get a couple of […]

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Italian Slow Roast Lamb

I can’t take credit for this AMAZING dish, it really belongs to my Italian Mother In Law! She cooked this for us on a visit earlier in the year and I simply can’t stop cooking it. It is so delicious, I would say my most cherished dish in the world. Once all the ingredients are in […]

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Negative Festive Nancy’s

It is my favourite time of year, Christmas! That time of year when everyone starts to soften up and mellow out, we all get giddy over the bright jubilant lights and shop displays. We become far more generous than we probably should do with gifts. The sounds of cheesy songs, drinking bad mulled wine, failed […]

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Smashed Avocado with Lime and Chilli

Smashed Avocado has to be one of the quickest ways to prep this delicious fruit. Packed with good fats and magnesium for a healthy happy mind, it’s always a go-to for me! I like to sass mine up with some lime and chilli, alternatively some days I might swap the chilli flakes for pumpkin seeds if […]

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Spare a thought for them.

I was walking to the train station on Saturday to catch a train to Brighton, I was taking my Son to meet an old friend of mine. It was pouring down with rain but I wasn’t phased, I was really looking forward to a cool glass of wine on arrival. As I was thinking about […]

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Bircher Muesli

This is one of my staple go-to breakfasts, packed full of amazing little happy helpers. It is filling and tasty and best of it only takes 10 minutes to assemble. I’ve tweaked this German classic to make it work for me but the concept is still authentic to its origins. Almond Milk, Oats, chia, pumpkin […]

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Caprese Salad

This is one of the quickest and easiest salads I often make myself for lunch. Simple and packed full of flavour and really hits the spot! I add Avacado in for the Magnesium which helps Anxiety & Depression and also helps fight fatigue. I grow basil at home so it’s a good way to use […]

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What about Mum?

I’m turning 35 tomorrow, I have a 17-week old baby and I’m as sick as a dog. Again! This must be the third time I’ve caught something in the past four months. I’m laying in bed feeling so sorry for myself. Another year older, a few more pounds added to the mum belly, dark circles […]

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A Personal Journey Through Mental Health

I find that in this decade mental health has become a lot less taboo and is taken really seriously as it should be. It seems to be for want of a better word on trend (that’s in no way glamourizing or mocking the illness, it’s just so promonant at the moment). As people have become more open about it publically […]

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Energy Bites

  What I love about these energy balls is that they take 5 minutes to make and they are absolutely delicious, they really taste like you’re eating a Snickers bar so you feel like you’re having a naughty treat! They great for keeping in the fridge for an on the go snack and you can keep these in the […]

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