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Posted on December 29, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson
Making New Year's resolutions always seems like a great idea on the 1 of January, but keeping those resolutions can prove quite tricky for many of us. In a YouGov poll from 2015, for example, 63% of people admitted to breaking a resolution in the past, the majority doing so within a month of setting it! There are likely many reasons we give up our resolutions, though for us one of the main reasons is that we make them too big, too general and too difficult to achieve. If you do the same, then why not making smaller changes in 2017 that are more likely to stick? Here are some ideas to get your rolling. Continue Reading

Leftover turkey 5 ways

Posted on December 23, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson
It's that time of year when turkey is on everyone's plate. We love a big turkey dinner, but there's no denying that the inevitable pile of leftover meat can seem quite daunting, especially after a few servings of Christmas leftovers! But you don't have to keep eating that turkey with the same old fixings. Instead incorporate it into one of these great recipe ideas. Continue Reading

5 healthy Christmas foods to enjoy

Posted on December 14, 2016 by Helen Field
Every Christmas, we're inundated with festive food. There's a hullabaloo around chocolate snowflakes, mini mallow snowmen, cheesy biscuits, chocolate Irish cream, rich party treats, and other sugary, calorific delights. So is there anything healthy about Christmas? Yes there is. Take a look at this blog and discover what they are and how they're good for you. Maybe you can include some of them throughout the festive season! Continue Reading