[ad – gifted membership, but I wasn’t asked to write this post] If you’ve been following my fitness journey for a while, you’ll know that cardio is most certainly not my strong point. I’ve bounced from boxercise classes, to sprintervals to joining a running club and getting up to 5k. I stuck with the running…… Continue reading 9Round Southampton
[ad – gifted product] You might have seen my review of the Atlas Biomed DNA test, but I actually did two tests but wanted to write about them separately. When you do both tests with Atlas Biomed, they combine your health profile between the DNA test, Microbiome and a questionnaire that helps them understand your…… Continue reading Atlas Biomed – Microbiome
[ad – gifted product] By the time you’re getting to your 30s, I think you have to resign that there are a lot of things you can’t change – a lot of things that are just down to your DNA. I’ve seen people talking about these sorts of DNA tests a lot, interested in their…… Continue reading Atlas Biomed – DNA Test
If you follow my Instagram stories, you’ll see that I’m often smashing back a chilli or curry for dinner but I’m not slaving away in the kitchen every night cooking and the key here is meal prep! It’s super easy, not at all time consuming and completely vegan. Plus, most of the ingredients in the…… Continue reading Food: Easy Vegan Chilli Recipe
I’ve been getting recipe boxes delivered from Hello Fresh for a few years now on and off – they’re not something I can afford to subscribe regularly to but whenever there’s a deal on, I’m there! Hello Fresh is a subscription service but you can easily skip the weeks ahead, or set yourself on holiday so…… Continue reading Food: Hello Fresh!
When Alice invited me to join some of the Southampton Bloggers crew for a cocktail evening at Cabana Brasil in Southampton, including three courses of food, I wasn’t 100% sure it was suitable for me. As a vegetarian who eats a heavily plant-based diet, I usually try and go to restaurants that have lots of…… Continue reading Food: Cocktails at Cabana Brasil
Perfectionism was something I always felt was used as a humble brag. In school, when they advised us for job interview techniques and that we’d likely be asked our negative traits, I was always told to turn that into a positive by saying ‘the only bad thing about me is that I’m a perfectionist’ and that…… Continue reading The Plight of The Perfectionist