Dinner is probably the meal where the majority of us will falter, opting for that take-out or KFC rather than getting started on that health plan. It is often the largest of the three daily meals and so lends itself to all possible sabotages of a healthy diet. Not to mention the likelihood of a […]Read More Healthy Dinner Ideas!
For me, lunch has always been easy to prepare because it always follows a distinct and simple layout: 1/3 veggies, 1/3 carbs and 1/3 protein. I always choose a lean meant (more often than not, salmon, chicken or steak strips), a handful of veggies and some sweet potato or brown rice on the side. I […]Read More Healthy Lunch Ideas!
First off I’d like to start by stating that these fifty are not my own choices. They were discovered last year when I visited a small town in the East of Scotland called Dornoch. It is a beautiful and quiet little place that I just adore and I often visit relatives there just to “get […]Read More 50 books to read before you die!
Now if there was one meal I love above all others it has to be, without a doubt, breakfast. It’s always been about breakfast, and nowadays I seldom go very long without having a good and healthy meal at the start of my day. This hasn’t always been the case, however, as I used to […]Read More Healthy Breakfast Ideas!
Descriptive writing in a novel is like the cream filling in a cake. Too much and it is overpowering, making the whole experience a little distracting for the consumer; too little and the result is boring and tasteless. The trick is finding that happy medium. But what makes good description? 1. Keep it basic. As […]Read More How to improve your descriptive writing
The simple answer to this, many would assume, was either yes, or “you’re just a fitness freak and so you like it for some strange reason”. But I believe there are key reasons as to why you might be finding the gym boring, and why you are not enjoying the exercises. What follows are a […]Read More Is going to the gym boring?
Terry Pratchett’s Discworld is one of those series I find myself dipping in and out of from time to time. Likely I’ll read an entry, enjoy it, put it down, and then jump back into the next installment a few months down the line. But it is because these bitesize reads are rather more like […]Read More My thoughts on Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett