A circular economy is one that aims to keep resources in use for as long as possible to get the maximum value from them. For a long time now, we have been operating on a make-use-dispose basis; a linear economy. And this attitude of short-term consumption has led to us… Continue reading »
We’re a nation obsessed with eating and when you’re trying to cut down, and not snack between meals, it’s impossible not to notice just how much food is consumed around you.
I am into my third week of the Fast 800 diet now and I can’t believe the difference. If you read my previous post, you’ll know why I started this diet. Unable to shift the post 40 weight, I was determined to do something about it. What I’ve found, as… Continue reading »
Weight loss post 40 has been a bit of an issue, but I think I’ve found a solution
When you’re a parent, you soon learn how stressful mealtimes can be. Fussy eaters, kids refusing to sit at the table, it can be a stressful time of day and all you really want is to be able to feed your children a healthy meal. What to do for the… Continue reading »
The Pine Cliffs Resort, Albufeira, has been on our list of places we’d like to go for a long time now, and though we’re not huge fans of resort holidays, sometimes you just need a break where you know there will be minimum effort required, no planning, no itinerary, no… Continue reading »
The Paleo diet takes its name from the term ‘Paleolithic’ and the principle of this diet, in its simplest of terms is ‘to eat like a caveman’. The idea behind the diet is that our ancestors ate what they caught or foraged and our digestive systems developed to cope with… Continue reading »
If you want value for money, the Legoland hotel is NOT the place to stay This week, I took my son to Legoland, as it’s his favourite place in the world. His school go back a week later than most, so we thought we’d take advantage of that, hoping it… Continue reading »