October in the UK marks Lupus Awareness month.
I don’t often discuss my Lupus with people, as I don’t want it to become a significant part of how people perceive me. I also don’t want people to think that I am complaining all of the time, as I am very aware that people are dealing with much worse things. However, it is a big part of my everyday life, no matter how much I try to play it down to the outside world. Continue reading Living with Lupus – Lupus Awareness Month
I love flapjacks! So today, I decided to modify my usual recipe and use desiccated coconut and chocolate chips. Believe me when I say that they are delicious. In fact, they very much taste like a Bounty chocolate bar (UK). If you’ve been following my blog and recipes for a while, you will know that they are – of course – vegan friendly. Continue reading Coconut and Chocolate Chip Flapjacks
These Oreo brownies are deliciously indulgent and dangerously quick and easy to make. To make this recipe, you will need: Ingredients 250 g Plain Flour 80 g Cocoa Powder 350 g Caster Sugar 1 tsp Baking Powder 240 mL Olive Oil 250 mL Almond Milk 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 2 Flax Eggs * 1 pack … Continue reading Vegan Oreo Brownies
I really enjoyed reading The Sweet Shop of Second Chances by Hannah Lynn. It is a lovely story and an easy read. The storyline is one that reminded me of a Hallmark film, and I loved that! Continue reading The Sweet Shop of Second Chances – Book Review
I am in two minds about Behind Closed Doors by B A Paris. On the one hand, I found the book to be a dramatic page-turner, and I enjoyed the chapters alternating between the past and present. On the other hand, I found the book to be a little too extreme for my liking. Continue reading Behind Closed Doors – Book Review
The Lost Apothecary, by Sarah Penner, is a book set in both 1791 and the current day. The author has written the book from three perspectives; Nella, Eliza and Caroline. Continue reading The Lost Apothecary – Book Review
Yesterday, I created this raven artwork and saw the following quote by Dieter F. Uchtdorf, which resonated with me. ‘The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.’ Continue reading ‘The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.’
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