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 →
2018 Reads – Amazon Kindle, Audible Audiobooks, Paperback and Hardcover Yesterday, I received this message from my brother: ‘How many books did you read in 2018?’ So, in response, I drew up my list, as I always do at the end of each year. About 35 books. Not one book a week as I always... Continue Reading →
I'm normally inspired to write by pictures that I find in my camera roll. But I've been so slack lately because, as I may have mentioned in every single post since July/August this year, my phone's back camera is broken and blurry! Sad times. So this will be a short and sweet post (I always... Continue Reading →
“I’m so dumb!” That’s what one of my students (let’s call her Sarah) seems to have picked up recently. Wherever she discovered the phrase, I’m not worried because ‘dumb’ is neither an absolute, nor her truth.
Dear Students, Be fearless. Try and fail. Do things you 'cannot ' do. As an athlete, if I run or jump with fear my performances are sub-par; the fear is evident and it stops me from performing at my best. It is better to be driven by love or at least to enjoy the process,... Continue Reading →
Are you about to visit Barcelona or currently sat in your hotel or apartment wondering where to eat in Barcelona? Well, here's a few ideas to inspire and satisfy you... Carballeira, la Barcelonetta Lunch or Dinner... You won’t have tasted as sublime, thin-sliced baked potatoes as these. The sea bass was not the best I... Continue Reading →