Monthly Archives: May 2017

Breakfast on the Go

I really like those tasty, chewy individually packaged oat bars I find at Whole Foods Market. But I don’t like paying $2.00 per bar! So, I cracked open the pantry and came up with my own quick, no-bake version that … Continue reading

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My 4-Week Wine Diary – Week 3

My friends told me to just enjoy myself and so I did and drank 14 units instead of the promised 11 this week. Here are some reflections in my 3rd week of my 4- week experiment to limit myself to 14 units … Continue reading

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I don’t remember that!

I’ve said this far more often in the last few years than in the previous forty! Regrettably, friends, it’s not just after a few (a lot) glasses of wine. The mind is not as sharp as it once was. I’ve admitted … Continue reading

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Hummus Four Ways

Did you know that yesterday was international hummus day? If you have been following my blog, you will know my love for the almighty chickpea. It is incredibly versatile and of course they are used for the base of most … Continue reading

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Small Changes For Weight Loss

Originally posted on Lidsandtricks:
At some point in everyone’s life, we realise we may not be at our healthiest and want to make changes. I have been overweight for most of my life and started to lose weight 2 years…

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Chocolate? Avocados!

I can’t get enough of this cool recipe for avocado ice cream cakes by Lisa Habets. They are so cute and a lot easier to make than you would think. The recipe does call for a little bit of powdered … Continue reading

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Health in a Song

“MOMMY, I have [created] two new songs today,” PreTeen R told me excitedly today while we were on our way to his ballet lesson after a nice and fulfilling breakfast at the happy cafe near the train station. “I have … Continue reading

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