Living the Can Eat/Do life

Remembering that your presence is a present

Remembering that your presence is a present

In talking to lots of women about how they feel around this time of year, it certainly seems that the pressure is kicking in and that unattainable superwoman complex society has given us is overriding our self care and mindfulness practices. Firstly, I want you […]

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

Health bloggers and coaches regularly state that prepping your meals in advance is one of the best ways of ensuring that you fill yourself up with nutritious foods all through the busy week. And in a lot of ways, this IS true: if you have […]

Celebrating World Vegan Month: get inspired with these blogs sharing vegan (and gluten free) goodies

Celebrating World Vegan Month: get inspired with these blogs sharing vegan (and gluten free) goodies

Did you know it’s World Vegan Month in November? What a great opportunity to celebrate and share with you some of the wonderful blogs I go to for ideas. Get even more inspired towards a more colourful plate – with these wonderful blogs and Instagram […]

The silver lining in the dark cloud that is S.A.D

The silver lining in the dark cloud that is S.A.D

The fog is rolling in, we’ve lit the beacons (jack o lanterns) and we’ve been plunged headfirst into the time period of getting up in the dark. Yes, winter IS coming and, along with it, Seasonal Affective Disorder. What Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) might look […]

What our furry friends have to teach us about our relationship with food

What our furry friends have to teach us about our relationship with food

Until very recently I had the most wonderful dog, a cocker spaniel named Poppy, who was one of the greatest teachers I’ve ever met. Her big heart refused to falter even when the rest of her body was done. And I realise you may be […]

Guest blog: Beth Cox – Life after chronic illness: I believe therefore I am

Guest blog: Beth Cox – Life after chronic illness: I believe therefore I am

Can you believe it’s September already?! In a lot of ways I’m blown away by it but I’m also really pleased because it means I get to introduce you to the wonderful Beth; my former corporate colleague and now soul sister. I invited Beth to […]

Where can a gluten free vegan eat out in Kent?

Where can a gluten free vegan eat out in Kent?

If you live or work in London, you’ll find that new places that cater for dietary requirements such as gluten free and vegan are popping up all over the place. I even chatted about some of my favourite London lunching spots previously. But now that […]

Gluten free and vegan: diet or lifestyle?

Gluten free and vegan: diet or lifestyle?

I’ve been living gluten free for around 7 years now and the last year I’ve spent also being vegan. One of the things I’ve become increasingly aware of, and that’s partly down to studying nutritional therapy and being so immersed in the digital world of […]

The best “wellness” books to read right now – part 2

The best “wellness” books to read right now – part 2

If you tuned in last week you hopefully got a good insight into why I loved Woman Code and why I’m going to go out and buy my own copy (hopefully I can pick one up in a charity shop to keep to the eco/minimalism […]

The best “wellness” books to read right now – part 1

The best “wellness” books to read right now – part 1

There are so very many books out there proclaiming to provide all the answers you need to establish great health and personal wellbeing, but how do you work out which ones are right for you and where you should spend your money (because most of […]