I fell off the health band wagon as soon as we set off on our Eurotrip! I clearly just can’t say no to all the bread and cheese, sorry.
I’d been doing quite well and I’d lost a fair bit and was on my way to reaching my first goal. But holidays like that are once in a lifetime kinda things and I wasn’t willing to be all ‘oh no I can’t eat that’ about someone offering me a macaron!
I love visiting quaint little cafes for afternoon tea. Not that it’s a major past time for me but it’s definitely something I enjoy doing when I can.
Something I’d never actually tried to do myself before was recreate and afternoon tea setup at home.
I’ve been wanting to share my morning/evening routine on here for a while now. I didn’t necessarily want to do a generic this is what I do post.
I love watching routine videos on YouTube and I’d probably go as far as saying some of them are my favourite ones to watch! I stumbled across this tag on Rosie Mae Aroha’s blog and thought it was a slightly different way of letting you in to what I do!
Mocktails have become a summer staple for me since an accidental order of mocktails instead of cocktails on our honeymoon. I don’t neccessarily enjoy alcohol, probably because I’m not always a fan of the taste. I also always somehow end up being designated driver! Not sure how that always happens.
Anyway, after having the opportunity to create a healthy summer drink with Eat Clean Tea Matcha Powder* I jumped at the chance. I’m still on my health kick, 5 months and still going strong. Summer is the one thing that breaks me. There is too much temptation to eat bad things and drink too much bad stuff. My challenge this summer is not to fall back into that trap. If you’re looking for a healthy alternative or even just looking for a really nice Summer drink then this one is definitely for you. And a big bonus, it’s extremely simple!
This recipe is an entry for Eat Clean Tea’s #SummerOfMatcha blogger competition. The matcha was sent to me to for the purpose of this post. All gifted items are marked with *.
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Overnight Oats have become part of my weekly breakfast schedule. For so long we have eaten breakfast on and off but as my Mum always told me ‘it’s the most important meal of the day’. Since we’ve started eating better & doing more these are definitely an easy staple. They’re so quick to throw together, taking probably less than 5 minutes, and you can just grab and go when you need them in the morning. I’ve found this flavour by chance when experimenting with different additions to the oats and I love it now!