To some 500 followers may be nothing but to me it means a lot! Thank you to all of you that have followed my blog, liked a post, commented or even just looked at one of my posts. I hope that I can continue to grow and more people can read my story. It’s been […]Read More 500 Followers!
Why am I blogging about my Anxiety and Emetophobia? I can’t tell you exactly when I started to get anxious because if I’m honest I’m not entirely sure. As a young child I was outgoing, adventurous and full of confidence. However, as the years went by I began to retreat into my shell. I was […]Read More Why am I blogging about my Anxiety and Emetophobia?
Some days I look in the mirror and think surely there’s no fixing that! Anxiety and depression make it incredibly hard to love or even like yourself some days. Let’s do something positive – no matter how you’re feeling today go through your camera roll and comment a photo that makes you feel good about […]Read More Post a positive picture
If you’ve seen some of my updates over the weekend then you will know that I’ve had a bit of a rough weekend! I’ve felt quite depressed this weekend and wanted nothing more than to stay in my bed. Thankfully, most days I’m able to pull myself out of it and force myself to go […]Read More Weekend update (Anxiety, Depression and A failure of gluten free hot cross buns)
I thought I’d compile a list of date ideas – ones that I have tried and ones that I would like to try. With Valentine’s Day coming up it’s nice to celebrate but sometimes going out for a meal with the rest of the world’s loved up couples isn’t as romantic as it may first […]Read More (Valentine’s Day) Date Ideas
I can still remember the moment I discovered that a Terry’s Chocolate Orange was not gluten free. It was once one of my favourtie Christmas treats. Having bought a Nordic Ware Christmas wreath bundt tin from Home Sense the other week I thought why not recreate that chocoalte orange taste in a cake. This recipe […]Read More Chocolate Orange Bundt Cake (Gluten Free)
Last year I attempted a filo pastry pesto tree – it did not go well but did taste amazing. This year I vowed to attempt the tree again, this time a gluten free chocolate one! To make this you will need: A roll of gluten free pastry Chocolate spread Preheat your oven to gas mark […]Read More Rustic Chocolate Christmas Tree (Gluten Free)
I’m a huge food lover (if you hadn’t already guessed from my blog posts!) and so I love getting food or drink related presents. Below are a few of my favourite gift ideas – I warn you now there’s quite a variety! I hope that you can gain some inspiration from my ideas for any foodies […]Read More Christmas Gifts – For Foodies
At the weekend I came across these little beauties in TK Maxx and much to my partner’s disgust, I bought them. However, upon getting them home I realised he was right, what would I use them for?! So after a few days spent wracking my brains I decided that they would be perfect for crumbles. […]Read More Gluten Free poached pear cinnamon crumble
A little while ago I went through a phase with breakfast bowls and stock piled lots of frozen fruit. Needless to say this phase only lasted a week. Who has time to blend frozen fruit every morning for breakfast?! (Without waking up at 3:30am) If you do then please tell me how! Anyway, the frozen […]Read More Smoothie Ice lollies (2 ingredients)