Business Feature| Mandira’s Kitchen

I moved to the UK not knowing how to cook and spent 17 years as a Management Consultant, I three years ago aged 44 I complaining about the lack of authentic  Indian food in the UK. Three years ago, My project came to an end and a friend said "why don't you out your money … Continue reading Business Feature| Mandira’s Kitchen

Business Feature| Pudology

My name is Lucy Wager and this year I will be 37, I’ve spent the whole of my 30s building my business, Pudology, and have (somehow!) also managed to fit in having two children who are now 3 years (Bella) & 10 months (Monty).  My love of food led me into a career in the food industry incorporated … Continue reading Business Feature| Pudology

Business Feature| Black Arts Vegan

My name is Lue, I run a small vegan cheese startup called Black Arts Vegan based in London, UK.  After a decade in academia, specialising as a Forensic Entomologist, I realised that the work wasn't fulfilling me and that my field of research was becoming increasingly at odds with my vegan lifestyle. I decided to … Continue reading Business Feature| Black Arts Vegan

Business Feature| Roni’s B Kitchen

A little about myself My name is Roni Bandong and I opened my business, RoniB's Kitchen. I’m from the Philippines who came to the UK in 2002. By education, I am a marine zoologist but didn't practice being a scientist. For over 30 years, I've been working in sales and marketing for various companies, with … Continue reading Business Feature| Roni’s B Kitchen

Recipes|Summer Salads Sure to Please the Crowds

Summer Salads Sure to Please the Crowds Summer salads, such as egg salad, tuna salad, and chicken salad, are welcome dishes to office lunches, picnics, and cookouts. They are perfect for sandwiches and easy to serve, they’re the salads my mom used to make, packed in my lunchbox, or wrapped in sandwich bags and taken … Continue reading Recipes|Summer Salads Sure to Please the Crowds

Guest Post|SELF-LOVE: A LIFETIME PROCESS

SELF-LOVE: A LIFETIME PROCESS From my experience so far, I think that the concept of self-love is one that cannot be mastered overnight, it's a gradual process. A process of resenting parts of yourself, then coming to terms with them and falling in love with them. Albeit, there are parts of yourself that you just … Continue reading Guest Post|SELF-LOVE: A LIFETIME PROCESS

Guest Blog |6 Amazing Benefits Of Learning To Love Yourself 

6 Amazing Benefits Of Learning To Love Yourself  There are days I wake up and think to myself: is this it? This face of mine, this bundle of good and bad traits, this human with all it’s flaws and good intentions is me and I have to live with myself forever. I am 53 years old, … Continue reading Guest Blog |6 Amazing Benefits Of Learning To Love Yourself 

Guest Post|4 Key Ways to Stop Procrastination

4 Key Ways to Stop Procrastination We’re all guilty of doing it, more often than we’d like to admit. Procrastination may not be just about turning in your school report/work project at the last minute. It may also be putting off important life decisions like whether or not you should ask your boss for that … Continue reading Guest Post|4 Key Ways to Stop Procrastination

Business Features| LioBites Fruit Crisps

My name is Anna Oldbury and I am the founder of LioBites fruit crisps and smoothie bites. I run a small, start-up business and a I am a mum to 2 school age girls. What makes me different? My perseverance, hard work and drive. I run LioBites in between school runs, gymnastic drop offs and … Continue reading Business Features| LioBites Fruit Crisps

Recipe|Quick Breads

I have had this standard quick bread recipe tucked away for a very long time. My grandmother used to love baking these breads all the time. We would have them at breakfast time, as a quick grab snack during the day, or a treat at the end of the night with tea while watching our … Continue reading Recipe|Quick Breads

Guest Blog|Self Care

A ROADMAP TO SELF CARE FOR WOMEN We all follow self-care habits in regard to showering, sleeping, eating, brushing our teeth, maybe you exercise: but we all need to find ways to extend that to truly practicing the art of self-care. Practicing self-care on a broader spectrum will help reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, and … Continue reading Guest Blog|Self Care