Eating Seasonally & Rhubarb Baked Oats (recipe)

We are a privileged generation, we have everything in abundance, from clothing and beauty to food in all its various forms, but because of the array of products we are slowly beginning to suffocate under the pile of waste that accompanies them. I doubt that 2.5 billion years ago in the stone age cavemen popped... Continue Reading →

Chocolate Millet Tart (vegan & gluten free)

This no-bake dessert is truly magical; a blend of dates, coconut milk and millet groats that give the most extraordinary texture and flavor. Pure alchemy.  A slice is satisfying, rich and unbelievably creamy, which makes it the perfect afternoon treat or dessert, either way, it is not one to miss. Not only is it super indulgent but... Continue Reading →

How To Break Up With Your Phone

Phones: the genius and revolutionary invention that has taken over the 21st-century market and people, but should we continue to let a box of tech have such a powerful hold over our lives? The average adult spends 3.5 hours on a mobile a day, that is 1277.5 hours in a year which converts to a... Continue Reading →

Are We Living?

And breathe… I don't know about the rest of you, but I for sure am relieved the holiday season is over. Christmas is like canapés, amazing in small amounts but to have one too many is game over. I believe in the spirit and festivities as much as anyone, but don’t get wrong, too much of... Continue Reading →

New Year, Old Me

It's that time of the year again, like all the Christmas songs quote, but is it always so beautiful and stress-free as we anticipate it to be? I know it defiantly isn’t for me. The time, between Christmas and the new year, when everyone is feeling a little heavier perhaps, and maybe a little dizzy... Continue Reading →

Integrity: My New Motive

There isn’t much I haven’t done to impress or please someone; I've paid for meals, baked cakes at 10pm for the next day, spoken to people I don't like about other people I don't like just to feel approved, or laughed at rude comments and jokes to not be singled out. Let's face it, saying... Continue Reading →

My Journey – Part 1

It gave me safety. The eating disorder became an anchor; it kept me bound and safe, it became the only thing I knew, like a friend. But I was deceived, all of us sufferers are. I got lured into thinking that Anorexia Nervosa was my friend, that the voices in my head wanted whats best... Continue Reading →

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