Coeliac Awareness: 5 things I wish I’d known

I've been diagnosed coeliac for a few years now, so in honor of that (and coeliac awareness week), I figured it was an ideal time to share the 5 things I wish I was told in the first weeks of my diagnosis 1. Join coeliac UK If there is one thing I'd recommend to ANY … Continue reading Coeliac Awareness: 5 things I wish I’d known

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Goal Setting 2019

It’s December the 27th and it’s 10:19pm and I have an epic case of insomnia so what better to do than reflect on the past year, and set new goals for the coming year? Lets start out here by saying 2018 has been a year. A big old massive year, with highest of highs and … Continue reading Goal Setting 2019

Food is: Fuel

Pinterest, I don’t know about your feed, but mine is FULL of pins about this new ‘healthy’ food, or this ‘syn free’ meal, or things that are labelled as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ foods - or my top annoyance the word DIET. Can we all just take a second to look up diet in the dictionary, … Continue reading Food is: Fuel

Self Growth and the Single Girl

If you know me well, you’ll know I’m big on setting goals and generally winning at life, but you’ll also know I don’t set any goals with regard to relationships, and probably (if I really think about it) don’t place a great value on them, in fact I have actively avoided them - and by … Continue reading Self Growth and the Single Girl

Imposter Syndrome…

Hi my name is Claire, and like 70% of the population, I suffer from Imposter Syndrome. the persistent inability to believe that one's success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one's own efforts or skills. In my career I was recently thrust into a promotion, a one that I feel … Continue reading Imposter Syndrome…