Places to eat · 10. October 2018
Welcome to October everyone, I hope you enjoyed the last few weeks of September and this lovely sunshine in Scotland, which has now turned into rain. I am excited for autumn and jumping into the third trimester of our pregnancy and finally meeting our little baby. Today's Blog post is all about the wonderful island of Jersey, located near the Normandy coast in France. This was our baby moon (if you can still call it that when you already have a child). We loved exploring this little island as a...
Running · 12. September 2018
Today I want to talk about running in pregnancy and share my personal experience, which has been very different in my current pregnancy (I'm 23 weeks today) compared to my first one. If you're a runner and recently found out you're pregnant you're possibly searching for reliable information to help answer your questions about whether you can keep going, what are the benefits and risks? This was my initial reaction when I was pregnant for the first time but I did not find any answers to my...
Running · 27. August 2018
I've been running for 15 years and I still can't believe I only joined my first park run this weekend. For those unfamiliar with a park run I should probably elaborate. Parkrun UK organise free, weekly 5km timed runs that are open to everyone, free and easy to take part. I've seen many pictures on Facebook of friends participating but in all honestly up until I fell pregnant earlier this year, I didn't think Parkrun was for me. You might call me a selfish runner! I like to get out on my own and...
Places to eat · 15. August 2018
Sometimes you don't appreciate what's on your doorstep until you get older... Many of my best childhood memories relate to smokey bonfires, damp sleeping bags, more than merry grown ups dancing to Bruce Springsteen and Runrig, a mist of midges, paddling in freezing cold crystal clear water and getting to stay up really late with my cousins. Growing up in Scotland we had countless adventures camping on the West Coast, Deeside, Perthshire and further afield. We were also fortunate to have annual...
11. July 2018
Good morning everyone... As many of you will know (if you follow my Instagram or YouTube channel) I have been getting rid of single use plastic this month. It's part of a global challenge called Plastic Free July. The mission is to build a global movement that dramatically reduces plastic use and improves recycling worldwide. For anyone who's interested to read more, click here to link to the website. I already feel like I've made a lot of progress and learned so much in the past 12 days. Some...
Recipes & food · 19. June 2018
Hello everyone, I hope you've had a great weekend. It's been a weekend of lots of eating for me with a food workshop on Saturday, Father's Day dinner on Sunday and my husband's birthday yesterday. It's been a lovely time with family but I'm looking forward to some healthy eating for the rest of the week now all the celebrations are over! Today I thought I'd share some super simple plant based swaps for anyone who feels overwhelmed by the thought of switching to a plant based diet. There's so...
Recipes & food · 30. May 2018
Happy hump day to you all. It's been a while since my last post and life has been busy but here I am today sharing with you my first experience of cooking with Miso because I think it's pretty awesome stuff!! For those of you wondering what the fudge is Miso, I'm about to share with you why you want to get your hands on some and start using it. For my first recipe I decided to make something pretty simple and opted for a vegetable and noodle soup.
09. May 2018
I love running and getting out into the countryside for a long trail run. Part of why I love it is the fresh air and being in nature. I love getting away from street pollution and breathing in fresh air. It feels mighty good!! Last weekend reminded me of the health benefits of fresh air. We spent a couple of nights at my parents who live in the middle of nowhere and took a drive out to visit The Finzean Farm Shop & tea room for which I don't have any pictures but it's fabulous!! We had...
Places to eat · 25. April 2018
The name Las Vegas was given to the area in the State of Nevada in 1821 by Rafael Rivera, a member of the Antonia Armijo trading party that was traveling to Los Angeles, and stopped for water there on the Old Spanish Trail from New Mexico. Las Vegas means the meadows in Spanish. Urbanisation began in 1902, when a railroad linking Los Angeles with Salt Lake City attracted many farmers to the area, and fresh water was piped into the settlement. In 1911, the city was incorporated as part of Clark...
Places to eat · 12. April 2018
Something I get asked all the time is whether my husband and son are veggie or vegan. The answer to that in short is 'no'. The second question I get asked is whether that bothers me and the answer to that again is 'no'. Obviously it would be easier if we all ate the same things but I would be very surprised if any family with young children all eat the same things. I would love for my son to enjoy eating more vegetables and share my passion for plant-based living but he is only 5 and I think...

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