Fiery Orange & Ginger Juice

Last week, in a word, blah. Not so good. Not so busy. Not so positive.

But instead of focussing on that, because when is that ever a good idea? I’m looking to this fresh new week of not-so-blah. I know Mondays can be tough for a lot of people. Time to get on and get at it. But I always try to see that as a good thing, a positive thing, something to get me into gear and start the new week off with some purpose and love.

In the spirit of kicking off the week right (especially after the

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Warm Kale & Brussel Sprout Salad topped with Crispy Chickpeas & a Nutty Sprinkle

In our home lunch is almost always one of two options; a bowl of leftovers or a salad. Both super easy, quickly throw it together meals. In the warmer months I tend to gravitate more towards a fresh, crunchy, fruit studded affair but we’re still in the midst of winter (and the end of January?!) so something warmer is needed because I’m not completely sure if it’s colder outside or inside our home!

One of the things I seriously love about winter (there’s a long list

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Soft Almond ‘Cheese’

You know that sad, lost feeling you get after finishing a really, really great book? I was wrestling with that all last week. Any book I look at now just doesn’t seem like it will live up to the magical experience the previous read gave me. It’s an odd feeling. There’s really nothing better than having something great to read when it’s so grey outside. My idea of a perfect evening honestly, is a cup of something cosy and a book. I know, I’ve always been told

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Quinoa Oatcakes

Since primary school I have always been a packed lunch kind of gal, all the way through high school, into my full time dance training days and even now into the irregular life of freelancing. The food that I take with me needs to fill me up with a ton of energy. Oatcakes might seem simple or bland but they have saved me many a lunch/snack/second breakfast/dinner time, trust me.

These oatcakes have lots of energy boosting power. Loaded with oats, quinoa, flax seeds and buckwheat

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Cacao Tahini Granola

Anyone who knows me well can tell you confidently that I am a creature of habit (they probably don’t need to know me particularly well to establish this fact). This bit of information is also true of my breakfast habits. Since my siblings and I were able to eat semi-solids we have been raised on porridge, maybe that has something to do with living in cold Scotland but who knows. Porridge every morning. We were told that this particular breakfast food was central heating for our bodies

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