Product Review: HelloFresh Box

First off, each of the meals was prepared by the very talented Tori B Bearly, and you can see more of their cooking exploits by checking out The Sad Girls Cookbook. Now I’d seen HelloFresh advertised for several months, but a combination of laziness and desire not to change my eating habits kept me from … Continue reading Product Review: HelloFresh Box

Oreo Chocolate Bats

Halloween is a time of treats and spooks so why not mix the two! I originally came across the recipe inspiration on Pinterest which were Reese's Peanut Butter Cups with Oreo bat wings however as someone with a peanut allergy, I had to think of a way to try to make some bat friends that … Continue reading Oreo Chocolate Bats

Samhain – Witches New Year by Lilian Anderson

The 31st October and the surrounding days are a special time for many cultures, from the Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) in Mexico to the Christian All Saints' Day (also known as All Hallows' Day) and of course the secular Halloween celebrations. The pagan wheel of the year celebrates Samhain from sunset … Continue reading Samhain – Witches New Year by Lilian Anderson

Game Review: Among Us

Maybe the Imposters were the friends we made along the way. I promised myself I’d include that line in here somewhere and figured why shoot for organic content when nonsense works just as well.  Anyway, today I’ll be reviewing Among Us, a game originally released in mid 2018, which did not receive the attention it … Continue reading Game Review: Among Us

Product Review: Tempo Tea Bar Monthly Subscription Box 

If you’ve never been to Tempo Tea Bar in Glasgow's Queens Street, you’ve never truly experienced incredible bubble tea. Established in 2013 by May Gem, Tempo has strived from day one to provide excellent drinks, excellent treats and put back into the local community. While they’ve offered online deliveries of all of their items (from … Continue reading Product Review: Tempo Tea Bar Monthly Subscription Box 

Solo Musician Interview: Päter

To start with, can you tell us who you are, a little about you and your favorite flower and why? I’m Päter. I’m a musician based in Toronto. My favourite flower is the hibiscus one, because it’s big and topical and loud. What was the inspiration behind Dam, Damn? I was feeling really cynical on … Continue reading Solo Musician Interview: Päter

Let Them Bake Some Cakes: The Real Cost of Food by Victoria Anderson

When I was younger on a cold rainy day, when it was too miserable to go out and play and there was nothing good on TV my mum and I would cook. We’d make chillies and fruit scones. We’d make soups and stews and cakes and cookies. We’d watch Nigella Lawson then switch over to … Continue reading Let Them Bake Some Cakes: The Real Cost of Food by Victoria Anderson

Interview with Jamie Spafford (Sorted Food)

First of all, who are you and what got you into the hospitality industry? I’m Jamie Spafford and I’m one of the co-founders of Sorted Food, which I started with a group of old school friends over 10 years ago when we wanted to learn more about cooking. We’ve now built up a global community … Continue reading Interview with Jamie Spafford (Sorted Food)

Cheats Pizza (Two Ways)

You’ll need -  For the dough: 1 cup plain flour 1/3 tsp salt 1tbs baking powder 2ts olive oil 1/3 cup warm water Or 2 cups plain flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2/3 cup water For the sauce: 1 small onion 1 clove of garlic 1 pepper 800g of chopped tomatoes  3tbs of tomato puree 2tbs … Continue reading Cheats Pizza (Two Ways)

Sleepy Sunny Honey Bear Cookies

These Sleepy Sunny Honey Bear Cookies have an especially magical meaning to them! The recipe comes from the celebration of the summer solstice - the longest day of the year! - using herbs and ingredients to welcome the magical powers of the sun.  It includes lavender buds to make them sleepy, they welcome the summer … Continue reading Sleepy Sunny Honey Bear Cookies

Salt and Chilli Chicken Chow Mein

The official top 5 list of the best Chinese takeaway meals goes as follows: chicken noodle soup, chicken balls with curry sauce, chicken curry, spare ribs, salt and chilli anything and chicken chow mein. I will accept no arguments. While hungry one night, I decided to do some experimenting and tried to make my own … Continue reading Salt and Chilli Chicken Chow Mein

Lentil Soup and Pan Loaf

Lentil soup is one of life's few true joys. Warm, filling and always homely but what makes a truly perfect lentil soup? Well, that’s for you to decide! Below is my recipe for the perfect lentil soup along with some pan made bread to go with it but the most important thing to remember is … Continue reading Lentil Soup and Pan Loaf

I Changed My Whole Beauty Routine To Only Cruelty Free Products

I like to think of myself as a cool hippie chick, with my herbal teas for when I’m stressed or have a sore tummy and my essential oils for when I have a headache but I’m ashamed to admit it took me up until recently to look at my beauty products. We’re all obviously against … Continue reading I Changed My Whole Beauty Routine To Only Cruelty Free Products

Free Apps To Help Productivity

Keeping up productivity is hard to do and even harder to manage! There are a lot of distractions now a days but if the very thing we have that distracts us tells us to focus up, it’ll keep you on track. There are however some great, free apps to keep on top of your workload: … Continue reading Free Apps To Help Productivity

10 Tips To Avoid Creative Burn Out

Creative burnout is the most frustrating experiences – you’re tired, you’re stressed and you feel so far behind you feel you’ll probably never catch up. Don’t give up hope! There are a few easy things you can do to step back from your work, relax and come back better than before. Take screen breaks Most … Continue reading 10 Tips To Avoid Creative Burn Out