As I mentioned in an earlier post, we were lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to try out the facilities at Jump In for free over the Easter Break, in return for our honest review. I tried my best to fill up the Easter holidays with fun activities so I didn’t go insane due… Read More Jump In – Shrewsbury Review
I’m going to say that thing that makes everyone hate you and think you are an insufferable moron: I have FINISHED all of my Christmas shopping. Granted, I don’t actually have that many people to buy for, as we tend to try and just buy for the children in our family but nevertheless. I feel… Read More A Christmas Gift Guide For a 3 Year Old Girl
We love to eat out in our family. However, since we went vegan back in March it has become somewhat more challenging. Things are getting easier as some of the more well known chains are adding vegan options to their menu, though I have to say I am a bit sick of falafel and tomatoey… Read More Eating out as a vegan: 1847 Birmingham Review
Life lately has been a bit weird. Joe has been away this week with work mostly and I’ve been trying my best to keep busy. I feel like it’s been a good few weeks since I did a life lately update so I have a lot of boring crap to update you on as well… Read More Stuff I’m loving: Autumn 2017
I have spoken before about how tricky it has been to try and change my beauty regime to be both more ethical and environmentally friendly. I have been really trying to avoid exfoliators that have those little microbeads in that get washed out into our oceans and so finding another way to exfoliate was really… Read More Sensse Beauty: Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush Review
As a Warwick Castle Blogger Ambassador, I was very excited to be able to go and stay over at the Knights Village with my family last weekend and check out their Live Action Warwick Castle War of the Roses extravaganza. We have stayed over before and really enjoyed it, but this time my husband got… Read More Warwick Castle: War of the Roses
The way we consume TV is changing. My husband always tells me a story about when he was a kid and he would go with his sisters to visit his nan. They would stay for the weekend and one of their (many) treats would be that they would take it in turns to choose a… Read More How TV is changing and Netflix are leading the way.
It was watching Netflix Documentaries on the topic of animal cruelty and environmental issues surrounding veganism that finally convinced my husband and I to take that leap into living a life free from meat and dairy. I was interested to find out if simply watching the same documentaries that we had, would have the same… Read More Netflix Documentaries on Veganism: How convincing are they?
I have such a love/hate relationship with cooking. Sometimes, I could spend all day in there making something amazing and other times I want to eat a potato waffle sandwich. I am a bit of a maverick and pretty terrible at following recipes without meddling, I chuck all sorts in thinking it will improve it… Read More Vegan Recipe Boxes: A Mindful Chef Review
Cheese might be the thing I miss the most you know. Bacon is a close second, but cheese is just in all of my favourite meals and it is the thing I have found the hardest to give up. It is also the thing I have had the least luck finding a tasty substitute for…until… Read More Trying Vegan Cheese