Dairy Free Fudge

26 Jul 2016

Wheat, Gluten and Dairy Free Fudge

Today’s recipe is adapted from Realfood Tesco.com



½ cup Peanut or Almond Butter

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Actions speak louder

25 Jul 2016

Actions speak louder than words. Something my mum periodically quoted and I believe she was right; the majority of us will fail to reach anywhere near the podium as our words tend to speak louder than our actions; with no intentions of an action in sight.

We’re masters at talking the talk, but nowhere near that when it comes to walking the walk, acting on what we say, but there’s no point in talking if we’re not prepared to act. Whatever we say …

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When in doubt

24 Jul 2016

Something inspirational:

“When in doubt, don’t.”


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Addressing our past

23 Jul 2016

Food for thought: Instead of us constantly talking about our past, perhaps we need to do something about it. That doesn’t mean we should go and right a wrong with someone we have a problem with, but instead we must think about how we can change our perceptions …

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How the emotions work

22 Jul 2016

As a child I spent my life observing my emotions. It was my way of righting a wrong, a way for me to understand and for me to understand that I didn’t need to copy other people’s not so good behaviour.

So how do the emotions work? It is the psyche that is responsible for our emotions, thoughts and behaviour. It is the totality of the human mind, unconscious and conscious; it controls …

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Critical evaluation

21 Jul 2016

As a child I trusted my parents and therefore didn’t stop to question whether what they thought was best for me, was the best, but as children I’m not sure we’re equipped. It’s not something we’re emotionally equipped to do.

It’s not that I didn’t trust them; but I needed to trust myself more. I needed to consider how valid and reliable their information was; what its strengths and weaknesses were; what the merits …

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A Stephen Chbosky quote

20 Jul 2016

Something inspirational:

“We accept the love we think we deserve.”

STEPHEN CHBOSKY, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

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Opinions & opinions

19 Jul 2016

Perhaps we need to simply convey empathy, compassion and tolerance; instead of passing our opinion; because for many people life is often centred on what they have to deal with, particularly when it comes to something like brain damage.

It must also be difficult for those who are born normally, then have something happen; for them to have to adapt into something that physically and emotionally changes them …

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Simple beneficial exercises

18 Jul 2016

Some of the best physical activities for your body don’t require the gym or ask you to get fit enough to run a marathon.

These simple exercises can do wonders for our health. They help keep weight under control, improve balance and range of motion, strengthen bones, protect joints, prevent bladder control problems …

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Acknowledging emotional pain

17 Jul 2016

To heal emotional pain we need to first acknowledge we have it, but where that may seem obvious, some of us are not always aware of what that pain is; whilst others are in denial they have any; that what they feel has nothing to do with them; their past; or life experiences.

That isn’t true of course. We all will have varying degrees of emotional pain or trauma in our energy field. Some of us might be aware of what those symptoms are, but others may not know, solely …

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