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This space is all about wellness and inspiring travel. Think skincare reviews, beautiful destinations, delicious recipes that are both healthy and yummy and a real and honest insight into my everyday life whether that be new lunch spots I’ve grown to love or a daily journal on life as a blogger.
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your recipes look delicious and the for starters your lifestyle looks good. Just wonder whether you should call your life guilt free. Can’t be as long as you eat lots of eggs and meat. Especially when you don’t emphasize on eggs at least being organic, coming from free range and well treated hens.
Thanks for message and glad you like the recipes! My term ‘guilt-free’ has two meanings – it means that as I eat clean 80% of the time, I don’t feel guilty about having the odd chocolate or treat, as I don’t think people should! I believe life is all about balance and we shouldn’t limit ourselves (within reason) or feel restricted. The other is of course the sweet treats I make are all made with natural sugars and un-processed – hence guilt-free!
I try to mention to buy organic wherever possible within my blog and I would hope from the ethos I live by, that people would assume I eat Organic myself :) But I do, and have done for many years!
I hope that answers any questions and hope you continue to enjoy the food.
I just stumbled across your blog through Emirates Woman magazine, and it’s brilliant. The recipes all look so good, I can’t wait to try them out. (I’m cooking the coconut chilli chicken bites tonight ^_^)
I was also raised by super healthy/fit parents and my mother has been into eating clean and organic all my life, I couldn’t imagine shovelling my face full of ready-made meals!
p.s. I think we’re the same age and I would love to hear more about your adventure in Dubai, I’m thinking about making the move from London!
So sorry only just seen this for some reason even though you wrote it ages ago! That’s really lovely to hear, so glad you’re enjoying the blog! London will always be home to me but the time I spend in Dubai at the moment is pretty special!
I’m more than happy to answer any questions you have about moving, a lot of people do! Email me at info@LeanLivingGirl.com and I will get back to you :)
Thanks for your message, I haven’t done but it’s something I’m happy to speak with you about and depending on what you need we can have a look. If you send me an email to email@example.com we can talk further.
Absolutely loving the blog, been having a look through some of the recipes and they look delicious, I shall definitely be re-creating! I live between England and Dubai, you should hold food workshops out there, they’d be a massive hit with the expats, and I would certainly be interested :)
A travel and wellness blogger exploring the world one step at a time. Think fabulous food at undiscovered gems, unique destinations, skin care obsessions and so much more. This is my life, I hope you enjoy the ride!