No Bake Carrot Cake Protein Balls

no bake carrot cake protein balls

If there’s one thing that I like it’s dessert… I’m one of those people who would much rather have a main and two desserts over a starter. However, if you’re like me you’ll know that this breaks the nutrition bank. Choosing a dessert can often leave us having to sacrifice Continue Reading

Instagram Editing, How To Improve Your Photos

Instagram editing

We all love a good Instagram post, however it can be hard to create consistently stunning photos… Moreover, it’s common to follow popular accounts who seem to always produce amazing images. Most of the time this is frustrating and baffling. How do they always get their images looking so perfect? Continue Reading

How To Make Homemade Protein Powder

homemade protein powder

Working hard in the gym is one half of the journey to hitting your fitness goals. The other half is looking after your nutrition is step two. Therefore, this homemade protein powder recipe is a great way to boost your protein intake right out of your kitchen cupboard… Okay, so Continue Reading

July Workouts 2017

Somehow we’ve managed to get into July of 2017! This year has gone so fast and the end of the month marks 12 months since my knee operation. I’m happy with how the last year has gone. progression in my workouts has been good. However, more importantly, I have learnt Continue Reading

Travel Workouts 2017

Han and I have recently spent a well needed week away in Spain. Our plan was to do as little as possible over the week, however, I still wanted to keep up one workout a day. These travel workouts don’t have to be done on holiday. In fact, I’d challenge Continue Reading

Healthy Banana & Walnut Bread

healthy banana & walnut cake

Who doesn’t like cake? A little while ago Han and I got into making cakes over the weekend (They were gone by Monday). One of the bakes we made was a healthy banana and walnut cake which turned out pretty well. Here’s how we made it… Read time: 10 Minutes Continue Reading

3 Tips To Make Running More Enjoyable

running

Since I have had the all clear following my knee operation I have began running. Previously I ran sporadically, however I now try to run most mornings. The problem is, I can find it quite boring!!! Therefore, I have started to use different techniques to mix things up and help me Continue Reading

A Day Trip To Mt. Snowdon

Snowdon

This bank holiday weekend Han and I headed over to North Wales and climbed Mt. Snowdon. This is the first time we’ve got out to do something like this since my knee op…. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t great on the ascent. This meant that photo opportunities were few and far Continue Reading

The Excursionist by J.D. Sumner Book Review

galle fort

The Excursionist by J.D. Sumner is a brilliantly satirical read. The novel documents a solo travellers quest to visit 100 countries within a lifetime. The use of dark humour expresses the conflict of wanting to see as much of the world as possible and trying to have meaningful experiences whilst doing so. Whilst fictional, The Excursionist Continue Reading

5 Things To Do When Visiting Australia

The latest post on the blog comes from returning guest contributor Luke Douglas. Luke is the owner of ripped.me which has a ton of great health, fitness and lifestyle content. This time around Luke is looking at one of the main bucket list countries for travelers РAustralia. Follow Luke here: Continue Reading