Some of you may have noticed already, but please let me bring this to your attention: Its Blackberry Season!! There are blackberries everywhere and I cannot walk past a bush these days without hunting for berries. The other day I was out doing my (now usual) 5km walk when I was momentary stunned by the… Continue reading Hand Picked Blackberry Crumble
As a plant-based eater I generally eat a lot of fruit and veg, so when I went ‘low-carb’ a few months ago I found cutting back on my safety net food group was really difficult. Not only because a low-carb vegan diet is quite restrictive, but because I honestly missed the crunch of a carrot… Continue reading My Stew Appreciation Post
The one thing I have been asked more than anything else since coming back from my epic 3 year travel sesh is “So, what are you going to do now?” and as of yesterday, I finally have an answer….I decided to start my own business. Oh yeah! I didn’t go in to this lightly. I… Continue reading So, I Started A Business
While scrolling through my WordPress Reader a couple of days ago I stumbled across a really great post by Ella May Garrett. It was an article based on the Dawn Dagger Challenge which is a popular tag used to get bloggers talking, sharing and opening up about themselves and being more than just words on… Continue reading The Ella May Garrett Challenge / Getting To Know Me
We could all do with a little happiness boost from time to time and it would seem that by just choosing the right foods, we could do just that! There are certain foods out there that have a very specific set of micro-nutrients, and when consumed they make our brain chemistry go bonkers, it releases… Continue reading Foods That Make You Feel Good!
Since arriving in Ireland, just over 3 weeks ago, Kerry and I have been staying in a town called Midleton. Literally meaning ‘middle town’ in English, it sits 10 miles between both Cork City and Youghal. Steeped in rich history Midleton can trace its roots back to the Norman invasion of 1180 and it took… Continue reading A Stroll through Midleton
I am very swiftly approaching the end of my current chapter. Having spent the last 2 years and 7 months travelling, living life as a wandering nomad across Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia and limited parts of Europe, it’ll soon be time to go home and back to reality. Do I want to go home?… Continue reading The End of an Era