Not going home last week was a difficult decision to make. I wanted to go home and go to some fireworks with my family, a tradition we have done for as long as i can remember. However, i knew if i went home i would have to wait until this week to complete my end… Continue reading Bonfire Celebrations at Kenilworth Castle
I love cooking, especially now i am in my student house. I have plenty more freedom in deciding what i eat, when i eat and how healthy i want to be. I won't deny that the week i moved in involved me baking up a storm to get over my fears for starting medical school.… Continue reading Who said SuperNoodles can’t be Gourmet? | Student Chicken Noodle Broth
Having successfully moved into university, i am now enjoying the freedom of a kitchen more or less to myself. I am loving planning my meals over a few days and cooking so gorgeous food, i am hoping to start sharing them with you over the next few weeks. This cookie recipe is something i have… Continue reading You always need to have biscuits | Caramelised Chocolate Cookies
I've officially moved in to my new house and i am feeling so positive about the whole process. Though i am sad to have left home and my family, this independence has really reaped positive personal changes. The house i've moved into is a short 8 minute drive from the uni, or a twenty minute… Continue reading Welcome Home
‘When it’s time for you to venture out, don’t let fear have you looking back at what you’re leaving behind.’ Today is moving day! I am officially moving out from home to go to University (take two). Although Uni moves are usually considered temporary; it is unlikely, due to path my career will take, that… Continue reading Moving Out, Moving On Up
Going through a break up and grieving for a relationship is one of the hardest moments when dating. Finding myself suddenly single this week has left me in a strange state of mind: on one hand I am determined to understand why I wasn’t good enough for the relationship, whilst wanting to use the opportunity… Continue reading Suddenly Single
I think it can officially be said that it is now autumn, the darkening evenings, the colder weather and the leaves starting to fall off the trees is a perfect sign. As the seasons change, the type of baking changes; i begin to favour dark and heavier flavours over the lighter cakes. This Chocolate and… Continue reading Autumn Baking Begins | Chocolate and Blood Orange Tea Loaf
I can't believe September is here already! Where has summer gone, let alone the year! August was an amazing time for me. I graduated and finally announced that i am attending medical school, which begins in just over two weeks. September is a big month, and i look forward to bringing you all along in… Continue reading September Goals!
We are naturally healthier during the summer, the heat and the sunshine makes us much happier to eat salads and fruits in abundance. During one of the hottest days last week i was looking into cakes that contained vegetables. I always want to eat healthier, but when you have a baking obsession that you have… Continue reading Making Peas Taste Great Again! – Pea, Lemon and Vanilla Cake
Letters. Those things in the mailbox that aren't thrown in the trash right away. When somebody sits down and put their thoughts down on a piece of paper and ship it off with a forty-nine cent stamp. Nowadays, there are many ways to communicate. You can use Snapchat, Facebook, Periscope, even the ancient art of e-mail to name a few. People can use 140 characters or show breakfast with a dozen hashtags and filters. Writing letters seems to be a lost art. They take time and thoughtfulness. When I write someone every other week, I can't put every detail of my life. I have to be selective, not like social media, but in a different way.