Don’t let gluten ruin your christmas!

Ah Christmas time! A time to spread the joy and love with our friends and family. Our social calendars are filling up with work parties, family gatherings and our friends’ shindigs. Lots of merriment, drinking and stuffing our faces. We certainly do not want to be getting glutened at this merry time of year! Here are some of my top tips to help you steer clear of gluten this holiday season.

A John Lewis Stir Up Sunday Christmas

I was lucky enough to be invited to the John Lewis Christmas stir up Sunday event last week at the Waitrose Cookery school in Finchley Road, London. Myself and fellow gluten free, vegan and lifestyle bloggers spent the evening munching, sipping cocktails, making puddings and having a jolly good time!

Arabian Nights with Aladdin

Last weekend, my mother and I were immersed in the world of Arabian nights when we went to see Aladdin the musical as a birthday treat for me. I booked through Travelzoo for a Friday night stay at London Tower Hotel and an evening show of Aladdin. Breakfast was included in the price for £179 each for the hotel and the theatre show. I have seen quite a lot of musicals over the years, so was intrigued to see how I would compare this show to the others that I have seen.

My beauty favourites 2017

As we are now in autumn, I thought that I would put together a blog post about my beauty favourites of 2017! My skin and my hair were crying out for my help and I needed to rescue them. So here are the products that I have been using!

Food Advisr App: My review

 I recently got in touch with a company called FoodAdvisr who have created an app where you can scan products when you are out and about and according to your selected intolerances, will give you a run down of the ingredients so you can see before purchasing. This week I tried out the app. Here are my thoughts!

My Coeliac Journey 5 years on

I cannot quite believe it has been 5 years since I was diagnosed with Coeliac disease. It has been quite a journey, from struggling to find places that catered for my needs and having Coeliac disease mocked by certain individuals and acquaintances who couldn’t quite understand how much harm gluten was doing to my body.