There is something about jammy biscuits that really can cheer you up after a long day, or just make everything seem more luxurious - even though jam can be extremely cheap. I have made jam thumbprint cookies since I was about young and they are a great alternative to jam tarts when you can't be… Continue reading My Almost Spring Biscuit – Lemon and Jam Thumbprint Biscuits
I've been less socially busy this week, but much more productive in everything else. There has been an element of realisation that it is MARCH!... and I have yet to set myself up to achieve my goals for the year. This week has been all about the shoulder and arm (which anatomically is the upper… Continue reading Med School Diaries: Long Days, Hard Nights and Setting some monthly challenges…
In todays society with social media showing success means owning plenty of stuff, relapsing into hoarding unnecessary belongings is inevitable. Sometimes, you simply need new things and so you have to buy stuff, its when you forget to clear out the stuff you stop using when the clutter begins; more so when life starts getting… Continue reading Minimalism Relapse
I am not very good at social media… or being social for that matter. But I have really enjoyed getting into the twitter blogging community since I gave my blog a twitter page. I realised that there are some many great people and blogs out in the universe and I have really enjoyed discovering the… Continue reading Gaining a community: The Versatile Blogger Award
This week has been an adventure and a half... I have driven over 200 miles this week; but it has been worth it. Having been home for the weekend I started the week behind on work. However, I didn't let it get to me and have keep pushing on. This week I had my MOSCE… Continue reading Med School Diaries: Chaos, Cake and Cruciate Ligaments
My dad can cook sprouts like a boss, he’s a professional chef so I suppose thats to be expected. When I went home for Christmas we ate a lot of them and not just for Christmas dinner; I realised how versatile and under rated the poor little vegetable is. When I came back to Coventry… Continue reading Sprouts aren’t Just for Christmas, they’re for brunch too!
I had a great time celebrating my 22nd birthday yesterday. Took my study day as a cheeky opportunity to head home for the day to celebrate with the family. I am really glad I did as I had a lovely relaxed day with the family, especially since its half term so my sister’s are home.… Continue reading Celebrating 22: Time with Family and Dinner outdoors
I can’t believe that Block 3 is over and done with (until revision in five weeks). I am beyond grateful that it is over and feel very fortunate to survive it! The week has shown me how strong I am mentally since I have recovered from my burnout. I am totally prepared to get block… Continue reading Med School Diaries: I am alive, I survived block 3!
1. It’s fun! The hole experience is addictive, you can totally get the most amazing feeling when you go. Its tiring but you come out with such an emotional high that the muscle aches the next day are totally worth it. 2. You burn calories! The bonus when doing any physical activity is whether it… Continue reading 10 Reasons I love Rock Climbing… and you will too!
I have fond memories of getting a huge slab of cake with pink icing and colourful sprinkles. Usually accompanied by custard all for less than £1.50. It was a cake that when I was at school was a real comfort, so when they redecorated the canteen and they stopped selling it I was heart broken.… Continue reading Finding Some Comfort | Primary School Cake