One thing that I have learnt since I started taking my fitness seriously, is to never underestimate the importance of having a goal to focus on. Time after time I would aimlessly wander into the gym and do the same thing every day (cardio, of course) and wonder why I wasn't seeing the results that… Continue reading The importance of setting goals
Probably one of the most important blog posts that I've written, and I think this is something that needs to be said. Along with the fitness lifestyle comes the association that those who dedicate themselves to living this way, are self-centered, self-obsessed, and vain. Here's why this simply isn't the case. First of all, I… Continue reading We aren’t all self-obssesed…
Uni is 50% organisation and 50% hard work. If you manage to stay organised, and on top of essays, presentations, and exams...I can assure you, you will be fine! What with exams only a few weeks away for most uni's, I thought this post would be very relevant. It is crucial to stay organised, as there… Continue reading How to Stay Organised at Uni
I completely get that Gyms can be scary places at times. There is nothing more intimidating than when you're first starting out, and it feels like everyone else around you knows exactly what they're doing, how to work everything, and you really don't. But everyone feels like this initially, the key is to keep going. I'll… Continue reading How to Feel Confident in a Gym
December's foodie finds, packed with lots of yummy treats, and new things for you to try 🙂
If you couldn't tell already from my Instagram page, I am OBSESSED with Quorn. I think they offer such as a large variety of meat-free substitutes, that it makes it so much easier to stop/reduce your meat consumption.Whenever I talk to people about cooking with Quorn, they're always a bit skeptical. So this blog post is for those of you who are unsure as to… Continue reading Cooking with Quorn
The recipe for my spiced, autumnal banana loaf.