It is Easter time and if you are anything like me, you have zero willpower at the supermarket to not buy some easter eggs. Last week while still on my detox I scoffed a bag of mini eggs which has Malteser eggs, mars bar eggs and m&m eggs as well as a few of the… Continue reading PB+J Easter Chocolate Treats
As our days are getting shorter, the weather getting colder and winter just around the way, it is time to switch up our eating and lifestyle habits to suit the colder temperature and the changes going on around us. Ayurveda medicine teaches us that autumn time is a time where our Vata dosha is starting… Continue reading Embracing Autumn
I'm at the halfway point, I can still see the beginning but I am able to see the top and how short of a distance it is until I reach the end. It's the end of two weeks into my gut healing diet and I am generally feeling good about how it’s going and the… Continue reading I’m At The Halfway Point.
Going anywhere since being diagnosed with diabetes is a major hassle. I was never a ‘handbag girl’. (Is that even a thing, like a girl who loves shoes but with handbags). I never owned a handbag or a clutch. If I was going out to lunch or the mall or doing anything all I would… Continue reading Why do you have such a big handbag?
I love when I have a reason to go to Auckland. Auckland is one of my favourite foodie cities to visit, it has such a wide range of cafes and restaurants to visit from delicious treats to raw vegan cafes. This weekend I popped up to Auckland for a girls trip to the Heineken Urban… Continue reading Cafe Review: Major Sprout
Ask any of my friends or family and they will tell you, I am the biggest overthinker you will probably ever meet. I overthink absolutely everything and can never make a decision, especially when it comes to what I want to eat or wear or purchase. It is probably my worst quality and it’s something… Continue reading Truthful and Honest.
I always eating remember eating fritters a lot with my sister as we were growing up, especially corn fritters. For mum, they were easy and cheap to whip up with anything left over in the cupboard and my sister would devour them with tomato sauce. Fast forward a few years and I still love a… Continue reading Low Carb Zucchini Fritters