I’ve been thinking about this for a few years, so here we go! I love a good pun, and I love Christmas. In fact, my Christmas jumper collection is almost to one per day of December! Every year I scour the shelves for some decent puns for the front of a cosy jumper but the best I’ve seen (and which I own!) is ‘Soy to … Continue reading Christmas Jumpers
Anyone that knows me knows that Autumn is my favourite time of year. The leaves start to turn orange and brown, everywhere gets a sepia filter covering it in real life, and big jumpers are a necessity. For me, Autumn has a special kind of magic feeling to it and I always prepare in the ways below. 1. Hot Drinks I drink tea every single … Continue reading Embracing Autumn
Lockdown is dragging a bit, isn’t it. Normally around this time of the year, we are out in the sun with our friends or off on holiday somewhere. And although we should be responsible and only go out when we need to, this is not helping my wanderlust! Like most people, I have a large amount of unread books sitting on my shelves that I … Continue reading Books to read this Lockdown
When I turned vegan, I worried I wouldn’t be able to have the same experiences; enjoy the cultures and freedoms. Continue reading Vegan Travel Tips
One of my favourite books – The Great Gatsby – captures my favourite season so perfectly with this quote. There are many views on what this phrase means in the book. Some believe it shows Jordan’s privilege and how she sees her life as a constant cycle of renewal, party all summer and refresh in the other months. Some think it is to show the … Continue reading ‘Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.’
** This post was written before I turned Vegan. To make it Vegan, use a plant based butter substitute! ** Good afternoon! I thought I would open this Friday with a baking post! I like to bake quite a lot but rarely get the time to do it. At the weekend, I was feeling a little…..worse for wear :p and decided to go blackberry … Continue reading Burgess Park Apple and Blackberry Crumble!
I’ve been helping a friend prep for his first ever 10k run these last few weeks and it got me thinking about the advice I was giving him and how much I could have done with it for my first time. 1. Start Slowly and Build Up When you start your training don’t try and run the distance or speed you want straight away. Run … Continue reading 10 Tips For Running Your First 10k