A Lawrence Halloween

Our first spooky season with our little one, Halloween and Autumn are my favourite and so I was really excited to introduce Finn to all of the festivities! We’ve got a way to go before scary movies, trick or treating and parties become a thing so we decided to celebrate our own way this year….

Lock down Baking

Did you even take part in a global lock down if you didn’t binge on Netflix and make baked goods at some point? For us, it wasn’t always an easy feat taking part in the baking part with a new born in the earlier days, but when your whole world fits within the boundaries of…

GF seafood options at Rockfish

For an avid seafood lover I was overjoyed when it came to my attention that Weymouth had welcomed their very first fresh seafood restaurant on the beach front that, *drum roll please* offers their entire menu in gluten free!! I was beside myself with excitement and instantly knew that I needed to check Rockfish Weymouth…

Back to Nature

This past Monday on our joint day off we decided to take a mini road trip, just the 2.5 of us. Although we have been lucky enough to be bopping around from one activity to another, it has been sometime since we did a little adventuring on our own without the rest of the family…

Live in Lisbon

Exploring Lisbon Last month we were lucky enough to visit Portugal for the second time as a couple (See: Paradise in Portugal) this time visiting Lisbon, Portugal’s hilly, coastal capital city and the largest city of Portugal. Portugal’s capital is bursting with culture and great places to eat, stay and party – and it’s the cheapest city break…

Botanical Bridgnorth

Following a stop over for my best friends wedding this past weekend at the Mill Barn in Bridgnorth (post and pictures to come), we decided to spend our second day venturing around the town. Now this isn’t my first time visiting this lovely town, however given that the last time I was around the age…

Bank Holiday BBQ

It’s a new week and for the first time in a long time I feel refreshed and ready. This bank holiday weekend and the surplus of sun we have been treated with has gotten me feeling in the best way I have in a long time! It’s amazing what a bit of Vitamin D can…

Porthminster Kitchen – PCOS diet in St Ives

Porthminster Kitchen serves up a refreshing, playful take on Cornish cuisine, introducing a menu of smaller plates and lighter options which combine global flavours, fresh local ingredients and creative cooking. They have stripped out much of what is unnecessary; dairy and gluten take a backseat in favour of fresh and exciting textures and flavours. This…

PCOS friendly Cornish Pasties

If you’ve ever heard of Cornwall, or visited this delightful part of the UK then I’m fairly sure you will have heard mentions of the famous Cornish Pasty. Today, the pasty is the food most associated with Cornwall and is regarded as the national dish accounting for 6% of the Cornish food economy. Pasties with many different…

February Date Night 2018

The times we decide to go out for food these days feel so rare, or perhaps that’s just the case for us as we are a right pair of foodies. Fortunately we love to cook as much as we like to eat out, but on this occasion Rich was really keen on getting out and…