Yoga Evolution Retreats – a dreamy little paradise

This Summer I had gotten myself into a little bit of rut. I was working long hours on big projects and when I wasn’t working I was so pooped, all I could do was lie on the sofa, occasionally pressing the “OK” button to let Netflix know I was alive and still watching. Without the…

Amchara UK: Focus on wellness and health

Recently I have become increasingly interested in how food and gut health can impact how you feel, both mentally and physically. My brain and body seem to be particularly linked. At the smallest hint of stress or excitement, my body goes into some sort of chaos. The more I read though is teaching me that…

Deliveroo: Tuk Tuck goodness

Deliveroo has been a bit of a game changer in the world of take aways. These days you can pretty much order any meal from any local restaurant to be delivered to your door, and quick (thanks to the speedy guys and girls whizzing around on bikes). So dangerous! If box sets weren’t already doing a pretty stirling job of…

Get Bendy: My Kind of Yoga Retreat

Last year I decided I wanted to run away from it all and go on a yoga retreat. In actual fact it took a little more prep and planning than trying to escape that very weekend: I upped my practice of yoga to 3-4 times a week and with that my love for yoga increased; I…

Fusion Cakes and Bakes: Taste tester!!

Admittedly, I have quite an addiction to social media. I keep trying to curb it, but sometimes it pays off and then I justify my addiction to myself all over again! A recent example: after spotting a pretty scrumptious looking chocolate mint cake on my Twitter feed I joked about offering up my taste testing…

Recipe: Sweet Potato Breakfast Muffins

About 18 months ago food was having a pretty hefty argument with my body; which is pretty upsetting as I show food a lot of love and attention. As a result I went for a food intolerance test (a rather odd experience) which meant a serious look at my diet, cutting out sugar, yeast and…

Yoga: Finding my zen…

My work life can be quite hectic. Working to multiple deadlines at a time, it can often be a bit of whirlwind and despite an outwardly calm persona (so I’ve been told) my mind is often going a little bit mental… Here is where yoga has become my saviour. A full hour completely dedicated to…

Yoga Brunch: Best way to start a Sunday. ..

As most of us kickstart our ‘holier than thou’ attitude to healthy living, I thought it was high time I reflected on and shared one of the most virtuous experiences of last year. Now, Harts Bakery is not usually somewhere you would head when planning a bit of a health kick. There are way too many…

A day in the life of an intermittent faster…

OK, I’ve completely been taken in by the hype and jumped on the 5:2 diet bandwagon. After seeing holiday photos in the dreaded bikini I was shocked into actually taking some action to getting back to a previous smaller self. An obsession with food and almost two years of eating the same size portion as my…

Vibration Studio: Wiggle it…just a little bit…

In case you haven’t yet cottoned on, I am a big fan of my food. As a baby I was apparently as quiet as a mouse until I was hungry then I would scream until I was fed, even in between spoonfuls. 26 years later and not much has changed. Thus I am constantly on…

Bristol Dance Community Centre: I want to dance…

As a result of my huge love of food I have to do some form of regular exercise to avoid becoming as wide as I am tall (I’m only 5’1″ – this could happen quite easily!) Unfortunately, I have never quite developed a love for it; the buzz from exercise fitness loving friends talk of has so…