Finding your Can Eat Attitude

How to make the leap from surviving to thriving

How to make the leap from surviving to thriving

“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour, and some style” Maya Angelou Such powerful words, as always, from Maya Angelou. Do they resonate with you too? This time of […]

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

When it comes to maintaining your can eat attitude, it’s often useful to adopt a more minimalist approach rather than fretting about having cupboards full to the brim with ingredients you very rarely use. Personally, I’ve been taking a more minimalist approach to life over […]

Guest blog: Lorna Songhurst, Totally Nuts – Learning to harvest the things that help you grow

Guest blog: Lorna Songhurst, Totally Nuts – Learning to harvest the things that help you grow

When you think about harvest season, what comes to mind? For this month’s guest blogger Lorna Songhurst, founder and owner of Totally Nuts, this time of year is about: sorting the wheat from the chaff, storing away the good stuff, celebrating the fruits of your […]

Our relationship with food: coming out from under

Our relationship with food: coming out from under

Do you feel like your body is over powering you? Or like you can’t do what you want to do because your body is pulling in a different direction? You’re not alone. I saw things that way for a really long time too. My body […]

Is food and nutrition science stopping us from finding total food nirvana?

Is food and nutrition science stopping us from finding total food nirvana?

We’ve never had more access to and a wider range of information available about food and its effects on our bodies (although new discoveries are made every day) so why is it that lifestyle related diseases and disorders are so very prevalent? Could this wealth […]

How social media could be affecting your relationship with food

How social media could be affecting your relationship with food

While I was in France during August, I took a bit of a hiatus from social media. There were lots of reasons for this and it was in part due to a lack of internet connectivity but it gave me a heap of insights into […]

Guest blog: Meredith Whitely – One bite at a time…Part 2

Guest blog: Meredith Whitely – One bite at a time…Part 2

Last week the wonderful Meredith of Food at Heart let us all in on her perspective on finding total eating bliss – go check out part 1 if you missed it and then pop back here! This week I’m thrilled to have Meredith back for […]

Guest blog: Meredith Whitely, Food at Heart – Learning to love real food, one bite at a time…

Guest blog: Meredith Whitely, Food at Heart – Learning to love real food, one bite at a time…

I’d followed her on social media for a while but I met the lovely Meredith (A.K.A the face behind Food at Heart), in person for the first time a few months ago at a yoga retreat hosted by Lauren Barber and we bonded over our […]

The best events to attend when you’re going, or living, gluten free

The best events to attend when you’re going, or living, gluten free

Being surrounded by other people that are in the same boat and sampling all of the foods available on a gluten free diet is the perfect antidote to the isolation you can sometimes feel when you start out your new life after a Coeliac diagnosis. […]

Guest blog: Rana Roushdi, Rana’s Artisan Bakery – When life gives you lemons

Guest blog: Rana Roushdi, Rana’s Artisan Bakery – When life gives you lemons

I’ve chatted to a number of other Coeliac sufferers during awareness week (you can check out all of the blogs covering life without gluten on this hub) and felt that what was missing from the conversation was inspirational stories of people who have turned having […]