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Month: June 2018

June Wrap Up – Books I’ve Read This Month

“I declare after all there is no enjoyment like reading! How much sooner one tires of any thing than of a book! — When I have a house of my own, I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.” Now that uni’s over for summer, I’ve found…

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Little Things 1

In an effort to spark up some regular posting habits for this blog, I’m planning on beginning a fresh midweek series entitled Little Things. Laid-back, life lately posts are some of my favourites to read and I think it’ll be somewhat cathartic to have a chatty post in which I…

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4 Reasons Why We Should All Be Learning Languages

Learning a language used to feel more like a chore than a hobby. In school it was simply an hour a week, learning the same basic vocab, as part of the same dull curriculum. Now, however, learning languages is a passion of mine. I’m studying both Spanish and French at…

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Flourless Chickpea Blondies

Chickpea Blondies! One bowl, simple ingredients; the perfect recipe for a sweet, healthy snack. You wouldn’t believe these fudgy, gooey blondies were made from chickpeas! They are high in fibre and protein while also adding the perfect texture to this sweet snack. Also made with peanut butter and chocolate chips,…

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A Weekend in Rome

Have you ever visualized a place so much in your imagination that you’re scared to actually visit, not wanting to be underwhelmed after building it up so much in your head? Well that that was Rome for me and having just returned, I have to tell you, it didn’t disappoint.…

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Healthy Banana Bread!

This Healthy Banana Bread is made with wholegrain spelt flour and is free from refined sugar and butter. It makes the perfect snack, dessert, breakfast or treat at any time of the day. I love discovering healthier alternatives to classic, sweet treats. So, when I saw I had a couple…

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June Goals – Food, Fitness and Happiness

Annnd just like that another month has passed. How is it June already? I swear it was just last week when I was recovering from my post New-Years day dinner. Anyhow, like every other student, for me the month of May was dominated by university exams and coursework, meaning my…

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