After speaking to a range of people, it's clear that a lot of us struggle with ideas of what to eat. I know from personal experience that I am more likely to 'give-up' on my diet lifestyle change when I get bored of eating the same thing. It is nice to have some variety and … Continue reading My go to food:Ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Taking the scenic route. by Gem Zammit I have never been skinny. Growing up looking different and getting bullied for it, was just something else to contend with and my self confidence always took the brunt of it. In July 1998, I met Ray at work. He was unbelievably shy so I had to do … Continue reading Taking the scenic route.
My Fat List Instead of a bucket list this is a list of things I will do when I have lost weight. It is a mix of things I physically cannot do any more and also things I'm too embarrassed to do. This cheeky little list is a wonderful motivational tool, seeing all the things … Continue reading Fat List
Building your body your way, is a series of posts exploring weight loss success stories, looking at a range of people and what worked for them. The third instalment in the series is an article looking at the success of Rachael Harper, since this article was written Rachael has had a beautiful baby girl, a follow up … Continue reading Building your body your way: Rachael Harper
The only thing missing from the ingredients above is the fresh garlic and the basil. Fry onion in garlic. Then add the chicken, mushrooms and peppers. Once the chicken is cooked add half a tin of tomato, basil and season to taste. Then just before serving add the courgetti (courgette ribbons - instead of spaghetti) for … Continue reading Tomato and Basil Chicken Courgetti
When I first shared the above image across social media, I was met with some critique, so to clarify. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder it is also subjective. We must all believe we are pretty and beautiful. So to all the haters, I am beautiful!!!