I’m one of these annoying individuals who save a good chunk of their money and still don’t look like they are giving something up. And that’s accomplished with some really small changes. I am today showing four of the many such small changes which I can truly say I have implemented in my life, am sticking with and am seeing actual benefits to my life … Continue reading The best ‘cheap’ changes which positively impacted my life
Sometimes there is more to your grocery basket than meets the eye. Today I will be talking about agriculture and why it sometimes makes sense to review your dietary choices. You might or might not know this, but I’m what mainstream would label ‘flexitarian’. This means that I live on predominately plant-based diet, but occasionally I do eat animal products and animal flesh. I used … Continue reading The cost of protein
A person without a car who knows TOO MUCH about cars telling you, maybe a car owner, what the difference between hybrid and electric is. Continue reading What is a hybrid?
I’ve been posting on here for quite a long while now, so it felt like a good time to finally get a bit more personal and tell you some of the things which you might not otherwise find out. It was pretty hard to find some questions which might have interesting answers, but luckily instagram.com/heybtchpodcast ladies came up with a really good set recently. So … Continue reading Get to know me better
So July is here. Anybody else a bit surprised? I know it comes every year, but gosh. July is here. And I am writing my happy Monday post on a Tuesday…because I’ve been away so much that Monday has turned into a flight day. June has been busy and exciting and full of sunshine and activities and projects, and it has been lovely. Here are … Continue reading Happy Monday (ok, it’s Tuesday…) 9 July 2019
Meal planning is a terrible chore in my books – it requires planning ahead, knowing what it is that you might or might not want to eat, buying a boatload of groceries in one go and then spending 3-4 hours by the stove getting all that food prepared. But I do it anyway. Continue reading All about meal planning and finding food inspiration
In the last few years I have visited over 25 countries. Each of them has taught me something about life, money and people. Continue reading The things I learnt when travelling
It’s Monday the 3rd June. The international children’s day was on the 1st of June – it was lovely to get a phone call from my parents and joke around at the fact that their youngest child is in her 30s. The holiday is a bigger deal for my brother who has two children – actual small people – and ended up sending me a … Continue reading Happy Monday (3rd June 2019)
Ook, that’s a bit of an overstatement. More like I gathered my favourite recipes, encountered mainly around cafes in East London into one place. I like food, you see. But I don’t like the price tag which comes with eating at trendy, hip places*. So I have now forgone eating at trendy, hip places and instead I am opting for cooking the same delicious foods … Continue reading I wrote a little cookbook. It’s free.
A short while ago I asked my Instagram family to pick a topic of my next blogpost. The choice given was between ‘how to start investing’ and ‘10 financial things to sort out in your 20s’. The 10 things won, resulting in this blog post. I am sad to say that I lived through my 20s already. However, I am also pleased to say that … Continue reading 10 financial things to sort out in your 20s’