I’m pretty open to trying new things. New restaurants, new fashion brands. New beauty products. Try everything once I say, you never know what you’ll discover. Advertisements
You may have noticed I’ve jumped on the juice cleanse bandwagon as of late. I know I know, I’m a bit behind in the times, but I’ve never been one to follow the crowds. I love doing things in my own time and in this case, when it suited my body and health needs.
Whilst I didn’t really over indulge on Christmas goodies over the festive period the last few weeks of my life have been pretty stressful (I’m okay, don’t worry) and unfortunately I’m a bit of comfort eater. Hello carb party. I haven’t managed to stick to my usual semi-healthy food routine as of late and this probably contributed to a low immune system and catching a summer flu a couple of weeks back. And when you’re used to seeing the number on the scales slowly tick backwards it’s a bit of a nasty surprise to see them climbing back up again. So I had to do something about it. And fortunately The Juicist came to my rescue.
There is nothing better than a clean slate… literally. Fremantle’s beauty guru Kat of Peaches and Clean has recently rebranded her local skin care business which will now be known as Clean Slate.
My little sister L has been on a strict diet for the past few weeks but that didn’t stop us from heading out to lunch this weekend.
If I could bathe in coffee I probably would. Strange, I know, but it makes me feel wonderful.
I’m certainly not a vegan, but when there are no eggs in sight and you can’t be bothered going food shopping, sometimes an egg free recipe is in order. I love brownies, and this recipe is so simple.