Hi everyone!

Hope you are all enjoying this lovely Spring weather (if you’re in the UK, anyway!) I know it puts me in the mood to eat better and be more active, although it takes me a while to get used to it! There’s always that one definitive day when the warmer weather officially begins, and I’m never prepared for it, so when it happens I lunge for the first thing I can find that isn’t made of thick wool and realise there is no going back- those jumpers are not coming out until Autumn, whether it goes cold again or not- I am determined!

Today, I wanted to share my thoughts on the convenient range from breakfast gurus MOMA!* I’ve started eating breakfast when I get to work, as I’m never very hungry when I get up in the morning, so these are perfect for those on the go or for keeping at your desk.

MOMA Breakfast 1

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What's Cooking? March edition

Hello my lovelies!

It’s that time again- my third instalment of What’s Cooking? is here! If you haven’t seen these posts on my blog before, this is a monthly feature where I share with you what new and exciting recipes I’ve been putting together in my little kitchen. I’ve also had the opportunity to do some baking (yay!) and I’ll share with you what I made and my thoughts on the recipe.

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WhatsCooking-February

Hi everyone!

I wanted to post this on the last day of February, but had an incredibly busy weekend so here I am on the 2nd March! At the start of January, I set myself a challenge to cook a new recipe for every evening meal to discover some new favourites and extend my repertoire from my standard recipes. You can have a look at how I got on here. In February I wanted to continue cooking new recipes for me and George to try, so despite revisiting some of my favourites from January, I have also tried and tested more new meals. View Full Post

whittardstea

When I’m sat at a desk all day every day in an office that is sometimes on the uncomfortable side of chilly (we’re in the basement), the temptation to fill up on stodgy food and hot drinks to keep warm and stave off boredom is quite high. Because I work with a bunch of creative-types, they fully live up to the cliché and are obsessed with coffee, so the kettle gets put on at least 3 times a day. Fortunately, I’m not a caffeine person unless the flavour is masked by sugary syrup and so much milk that it’s barely even coffee (which comes at a hefty price from Starbucks or Costa), so I stick to fruit tea during the day to keep me warm and hydrated without the richness of normal tea (which I still love, just not as much and only I can make it how I like).

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