What I Eat In A Day #4

Cheese garlic bread

1st May 2019 Breakfast Hunger hadn’t struck at this point, I haven’t really felt hungry these last few days and when I do eat I’m finding myself full up super quickly, so I kept it incredibly basic with a satsuma. Lunch Yesterday we nipped into town and went into the Sainsbury’s where we were lucky […]

What I Eat In A Day #3

Blackberries up close

27th April 2019 Breakfast Leftover popcorn from the night before totally constitutes as an acceptable breakfast on a Saturday morning right? Good because alongside some slightly tart blackberries that is exactly what I had. Lunch I made the most of the cheese I purchased yesterday and had cheese on toast. Dinner There is a trend […]

What I Eat In A Day #2

Snack of strawberry lances

26th April 2019 Breakfast I was really feeling like having anything to eat but appreciate the importance of keeping energy levels up and sticking to a routine so settled for two slices of Warburtons Toastie bread with Flora light lovingly spread across it. Lunch The snack section explains it. Having said that I did make […]

What I Eat In A Day #1

Chocolate cheesecake slice

I love food so what better way to take my mind off having cancer than by talking about all the yummy food I eat everyday? Welcome to my new series ow so creativity titled What I Eat In A Day.

The Joker, Croydon

EDIT: Since posting The Joker has become The Store to reflect its Sainsbury’s flagship store background. They have updated their website address accordingly. I’ve never really got into Valentine’s Day. It isn’t because I don’t believe in it or care about it but rather because my partner and I celebrate our anniversary of getting together […]

Milk Train, Covent Garden

Hungover. Tired. Cold. I woke on Saturday initially feeling worse for wear but after a good glug of water and a teeth brush I felt fresh as a daisy. Good job too because we had plans to go to London to continue a friends birthday celebrations by visiting Milk Train. I’m a sucker for dairy. […]

Crystal Rocks Cafe, Croydon

We’ve moved out of our Addiscombe flat and into a new part of town. Places we have looked at before and thought “that might be nice to visit” are suddenly right on our doorstep to walk to, try out and (hopefully) admire. We’re without internet so the following post, pictures and all, come from my […]

Lyons Coffee Bags*

On the go coffee bags

Cafetieres are beautiful to look at, therapeutic to put into action and produce great flavoured coffee but sometimes we just don’t have the time to get involved with one; the time it takes to prepare, to empty and clean up afterwards can take away some of the joy especially if you’re rushing around in the […]

The Food Wars by Walden Bello

Book by Walden Bello

When I was reading this book I read half the chapter focusing on agrofuels and the next morning there was one of the companies mentioned with a sponsored advert on my twitter feed. Was it there before or did I just notice it because of my awareness around the topic? Or is there some greater […]

The Vineyard, Wrotham

The bar at The Vineyard

Tuesday 11th September 2018 was such an incredible day that filled me with an overwhelming amount of pride and joy; I got to see my partner’s sister, who I first met just before her 13th birthday, graduate with a 1st Class Honours in FRTV & Drama from CCCU. It’s not my place to tell her […]