I'm writing this post to answer a question that has been bugging me since the weekend. On Friday night, I joined a Bible study with 'Christians In Sport' alongside my fellow athletes - national and international - at the Birmingham Grand Prix that took place on Saturday 19th Feb. The question/my concern was that whilst... Continue Reading →
The reality of Spring can bring hope and optimism for new life and fresh wonder in your world, despite the current darkness and chaos all around us.
This 'Chunky Winter Vegetable and Lentil Soup' , which you can find in the 'Healthy Slow Cooker Cookbook' by Sarah Flower, may just become your absolute fave winter warmer this year. Try out the recipe above and find out why. It's 'quick' because it takes 15 uninterrupted minutes to chop all the veg, rinse the... Continue Reading →
My long Easter weekend started a day before the weekend, actually. It was fun but exhausting. That’s probably what I’d say about the majority of the fun times in my life. Because I’m rarely one for planning just one event to keep me entertained. I always seem to believe I can do more in a... Continue Reading →
I initially began writing about how gutted I was that America does not celebrate Easter with yummy chocolate eggs because their chocolate is painfully lacking in good taste levels. (UK chocolate is far superior). Then I checked myself and thought I’d articulate the true reason for the season...