Baked oats have become a breakfast favourite of mine. It takes moments to prepare. During the cooking time, I can do some household chores, put my make-up on and get ready for work, or even doing my morning reflections and affirmations. Baked oats for breakfast does not get repetitive when you try out some of my different mouth-watering baked oats filling ideas.
I can’t believe that I am writing an article called ‘It’s ok to be on a diet’. After having some backlash in my DM’s telling me it is not a good idea to promote my weight loss, I felt compelled to reply. Being told I’m a trigger, and that I should be a positive body advocate is hurtful. I am not restricting calories, cutting out vital nutrients and encouraging people to damage their bodies – I am helping mine to become more powerful. I just wanted to share the joy I have got from my achievements.
Dry January seems like a distant memory, and after weeks of lockdown, we no longer need our arms to be twisted to have an alcoholic drink. Before the pandemic, 25% of pub visits were alcohol-free, and another 45% opting for low-alcohol offerings.
Just because lockdown is coming to a close, it doesn’t mean we should give up our baking skills. Even if you are a baking novice, soda bread is the easiest way to make tasty homemade bread. It is incredibly quick to do too.