https://youtu.be/H_8y0WLm78UI love this Ted Talk. She is so honest and it's refreshing during these times.For a moment, she was in the spotlight but no one was interested in hearing things from her side or her experience of the aftermath. Now, it's her turn...
Introduced tome by a work colleague, I immediately fell in love with this scent. This Christmas I decided to treat myself to a Laura Mercier Almond and Coconut Milk Gift Set. The set itself contained the Almond Coconut Milk Honey Bath, Body Wash, Body Creme and 15ml Eau de Toilette. I was so delighted with … Continue reading My Favourite Scent
A Book - a good book to pass the time when relaxing and having holiday down time and passing the time on the flight. Spare plastic bag - with the new restrictions we know we need to carry all our liquid in a bag. If it splits, bring extra incase you can't get a spare … Continue reading Travel essentials
Organiser: Organisation is a must. Get your folders ready from the start of your semester. Consider getting an accordion folder to file away exams and assignments for easy referral in the future Stationary: having nice pens and pencils will make writing those notes a little less boring. Also, consider getting a little stapler for keeping … Continue reading College must haves
This recipe is an adaptation of one I saw on Beaut.ie. Their recipe is a blueberry tray bake - I had a ridiculous amount of fruit so I decided to throw it all in and see what happened. This was delicious and an easy bake to make when away at college and you want to … Continue reading Summer berry bake
Favourite mugs: going away to college can be a big deal, help the little loneliness or unfamiliarity buy bring your favourite cups, mugs or cutlery, or something you bought specially for going to college. Comfy chair: if you are not one for studying at a desk and sometimes studying in bed can make you tired, … Continue reading Dorm essentials
I was perusing Pinterest, and I saw the cutest little cup warmer. It seems simple enough to make, not too daunting. So this week my project will be making a wooly cup warmer... Wish me luck...
I'm going to share with you an old reliable marinade for Prawns/Shrimp. It's the same as the salmon marinade but is delicious with prawns, shrimp - it's super easy and tastes great every time! Mix Garlic, Ginger, Spring Onion, honey, soy sauce and pepper in a bowl. Add defrosted prawns/shrimp into the marinade and leave … Continue reading Prawns in Honey
I found this recipe on one of my favourite websites - Beaut.ie, it's for Bananas and Blueberry Muffins, I made them a bunch of times and everyone always loves them, so I thought I would share the recipe with you. Ingredients: 200g self-raising flour 1 tsp. baking powder 100g light brown sugar 50g porridge oats … Continue reading Banana and Blueberry Muffins
taken from seriousseats.com. 1 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup honey 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 inch peeled fresh ginger, thinly sliced 3 cloves garlic, smashed 4 salmon fillets Whisk soy sauce, honey, lemon juice, ginger, and garlic together until honey dissolves. Reserve 1/4 cup of marinade in separate bowl, then place salmon fillets, skin-side up, … Continue reading Salmon with soy honey marinade