Sunday, 1 May 2016

Rhubarb & Ginger Crumble

Rhubarb loses its bitter reputation with the aid of fiery ginger, crunchy oats, and coconut sugar. Not only does the red stuff pack a nutritional punch, it tastes heavenly when heated and served with lashings of coconut cream.

The real question is: why wouldn't you want this for breakfast?

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Girls' Weekend in London

Bustling, chaotic, loud, vibrant and beautiful (if a little crazy) - London is not a sleepy affair.

While wind bites and breath catches, we set afoot with childlike glee, ready to explore.

Monday, 25 April 2016

Should You Trust Me?

It's the treasure at the end of most wireless devices. Portable, almost infinite and truly extraordinary: the internet allows us to do so much, learn so much, see so much and also, to become oh so much.

The bizarre fact remains: we gain friends and form communities online with people we've never even seen, or met. It's awesome, and I actually adore it but the burning question still rages on: who do you trust, and who don't you trust?

Saturday, 23 April 2016

Salted Caramel & Peanut Fudge Slices

A bold statement shall ensue: every fibre of my body, soul and being craves this wildly decadent, moreish and indulgent treat.

Please be warned, you may eat the entire tray and transcend into a state of utter bliss. Guilt free, wonderfully natural and wholly delicious - would you like to try it?

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Beauty Buys To Repurchase Over & Over Again

It doesn't get anymore purchasable than this.

Hmph. Is that even a grammatical thing?! It is now.

Tuesday, 19 April 2016

15 Things I'd Tell My 18 Year Old Self

Nostalgia and wisdom, closer than ever.

As I step further away from my days of discovery, naivety and youth I move into a different part of my life, and I kind of like it.

Monday, 18 April 2016

We Must Be Happy In The 'Now'

It's the relentless pursuit of wanting, craving and longing for something that lurks in the murky waters of our desired future.

It isn't tangible, often indescribable yet this feeling pulls us like the ocean waves: lapping over each other, crashing, spilling and suddenly, strongly retreating back out to sea.

Is there a way to live in the now, but also for the future? Yes.

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