Emma’s Veggie Brunch of Dreams!

As like many millennials, I can’t get enough of Brunch. I love it! I’m as basic as you can get, give me all the avocado and halloumi and cocktails and I’m yours. But sadly, I don’t always have someone to meet up for brunch, or the money to actually go out regularly. So what do I do? I make my own. Most little bistros do…

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Blinded by the Privilege

Ever since I was young, I’ve been ever so aware of my own and others privilege in the world. Theoretically, there’s evidence of structures of classes within society. If we’re confining to the given “lower, middle, higher” classes of society, I’d be something between the lower and middle classes. My parents both work hard, but they don’t earn loads of money. Everything we’ve got is…

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Happy Notes #6

So hey guys!! Long time no speak (I mean, it’s been a few days but ya know). It’s time for another episode of Happy Notes! This week I went back to counselling for the first time since June and it was good to be back. I find it really good to speak to someone on the outside of everything, especially when it’s in such a…

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Raspberry & Chia Seed Flapjacks

Despite being an (almost) Dietitian, I am nothing but an advocate for keeping those slightly naughty treats in your life. There’s nothing more satisfying however, than baking a treat yourself. It’s like magic. Simply, often boring ingredients can be combined into a treat of joy to share with family and friends, or simply sit and munch your way through. If you have a good basic…

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Money Saving Students

Having just started my fifth year of uni, it’s pretty fair to say I’ve learnt a great load of tips on where to save money. I personally struggle with finances, but I am quite a money savvy student. During my undergraduate degree, I rarely ever struggled financially but since starting my postgrad and no longer getting a loan to live off, I’ve had to tighten…

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About the Author

Emma is a pre-registration Dietitian and Registered Associate Nutritionist based in Cheshire, England. Emma works in community healthcare and writes freelance alongside her work: topics including Dietetic life, nutrition, mental health and lifestyle. Emma also writes and photographs recipes for the platform, as well as being the author of the ‘Mummy and Me’ series for SR Nutrition. Emma’s Food Stories is PR friendly brand.

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