In December my family and I visited Morocco for a fortnight. As a single 20 year old, I had travelled to Morocco a decade earlier. Although it was a fun trip, I don’t recall discovering its true beauty or becoming one with its culture. This time was different. I made an itinerary of experiences and…Read More
Because on Thursday’s we bake…I have a quirky version of a gluten free carrot cake recipe to share with you. It’s a nutritious, wintery cake to warm your cockles, especially when it’s chilly like tonight. I hope you like it as much as we do! Ingredients 3 medium sized carrots grated – after all it…Read More
Take your mind out of the gutter. Seriously, come on now. This is not a biology lesson. My sister’s labour date is fast approaching. As a family we are so excited for this new, little bundle of joy to enter our lives. We feel so blessed. It has got me reminiscing at my own pregnancies…Read More
When I think back to some moments from my childhood, I cannot help but laugh. That deep, hearty, belly laugh, where all 32 teeth are on display. Being Indian, you dread seeing that one Aunt who cannot resist a smutty double entendre. ‘Beta (daughter) you have gone healthy’. This is often said whilst simultaneously pulling…Read More
I know you’re thinking; is this a ‘Biff,Chip and Kipper’ story?
I’m afraid there is no way to sugarcoat this experience, I have become my Mum. During the morning I often find myself in a state of anguish and panic. I feel harassed aRead More
I got 99 problems but gluten ain’t one…Wait actually it is. I have coeliac disease., pronounced see-liac. I love doing that!
My gluten free intolerance is not part of a hipster fad. I have to avoid gluten out of necessity. Coeliac disease is a life long auto immune condition. To put it in simple terms if I was superman, gluten would be my kryptonite.
The day before new year, I remember being in a state of awe. It is not often I find myself dumb- founded. Here, I was surrounded by breath-taking beauty of the greatest magnitude (High Atlas, Morocco). The valleys felt so remote, and indeed a far cry from the hustle and bustle of England. I remember…Read More
This is a super cool lifestyle blog. Let’s talk about; family, food, travel, beauty and funny stories, because everything is better with a little humour. I live in England, UK, with my long-suffering husband, 4 year old man- child and a toddler- daughter; who can only be likened to Angelica from ‘rugrats’. I have approached…Read More