Whether you are cycling in the city or the countryside, the effect that the last decades cycling trend has had on our environment deserves consideration. This morning, between updating my Google Shopping site, posting a Facebook ad and tweeting (seriously), I was doing some research and came across this really insightful article in todays ‘Guardian’ about Gentrification and Cycling. It mentioned London Fields, my old neighbourhood, so I clicked and read on http://tinyurl.com/gpaxtml Back .
My Father technically isn’t my Father, he’s my step-father. Step-father is not a term I like, I might even go as far as to say that it’s a phrase I hate. My Dad didn’t just ‘step’ into the shoes of my biological parent, he bought a new, bigger, way more impressive pair of shoes and filled them with so much love and acceptance that I truly wouldn’t be the woman I am today without him and .
To juice or not to juice, SIRT foods or Paleo, Hemsley & Hemsley vs. Amelia Freer’s Eat Nourish Grow. The road to healthy eating has never been more plentiful and accessible but paradoxically it can also be tricky to navigate. On any given day the Peck & Chisel team will experiment with new green juices, sugar free brownie recipes and the latest vegetable alternatives to rice and pasta. But for us, there is one healthy .