Rice Paper Wraps | Vegan | Gluten Free

  Rice paper wraps are so easy to make and super tasty – as well as nutritious depending on how you choose to fill them. They are light and extremely versatile.     You’re going to need: Rice paper Salad leaves of your choice Any veggies you like or have on hand (Tofu also works well…

Peanut butter and cinnamon smoothie bowl|Vegan |Gluten free

Ingredients: 2 ripe plums 1 large ripe banana Generous handful of frozen berries – I used dark cherries, blackcurrants and red grapes Generous handful of large dates (pitted) Dollop of natural, organic peanut butter Toppings: 1 heaped teaspoon of cinnamon Untoasted sesame seeds Raisins 1/4 ripe pomegranate I just used what I had on hand…

Métro, Boulot, Dodo

‘Métro, boulot, dodo’ is a French expression I stumbled upon recently which basically means ‘commute, work, sleep’ – but on repeat – and it conveys that sense of the inevitable, mundane kind of existence, ruled by routine that I’ve been caught up in lately, much more eloquently than any English version of this phrase. For…

How I whiten my teeth |Vegan|Natural|

My teeth are definitely not perfect but one of the things I get complimented on the most is my smile and how white my teeth are. Personally, I’m far too lazy/busy to follow any special routine or to go out of my way to buy expensive yet ineffective products so my secret is oil pulling….

DIY Cross-stitch Patch

Patches made an epic comeback last year and they’re still going strong. I figured a patch DIY seems appropriate for summer but I wanted to do a cross-stitch version because I’m a geek I’m really digging the embroidery theme that’s all over runways and clothing stores this summer. This is an easy DIY that literally…

How to Cross-stitch

Cross-stitching is a form of embroidery which is used to create pictures and patterns by stitching a series of ‘x’s in different colours. It gives a pixelated effect but it can also create texture when combined with other types of embroidery stitches. Cross-stitching is simple (with a little practice and patience) but like most crafts…