EmploYAYbilty

Oh the big wide world. It seems we’re put on it to do one thing and one thing only: work. But you know, work isn’t all doom and gloom. Working can actually be something really rewarding (not just money wise) and great things can happen with enough drive, passion and enthusiasm. But first, we start off with the tricky bit: actually getting a job. Yep,…

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Behind the #ad: Nutritional Celebrity Endorsements

With summer approaching and the world of social media, reality shows and tv daytime chat literally shoving the “bikini body” message down our throats, what’s actually real and what do we need to ignore? With the desperation to lose weight across many peoples minds, it’s safe to say healthy eating unfortunately is NOT on these guys minds. With all the trends and products out there,…

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The Ultimate Veggie Pasta Bake

I’ll fight anyone who disagrees, but there’s no comfort food like a good old pasta bake. The warmth on a rainy day, a perfect side to a summer barbecue, or simply, a student dinner after a busy day of work. Pasta bake is so versatile, nutritious and easy to make – you just have to try it if you haven’t already. My recipe is vegetarian…

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Pannenkoek!! (and other cute Dutch adventures)

I don’t know about you, but there’s no better feeling than stepping off that plane (well, at least past passport control anyway) and getting to explore a new part of the world. The first trip of 2019 did not disappoint. David and I went on a lil trip (actually, our first trip abroad together) to the lovely lil country of the Netherlands (or Holland, whatever…

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Super Quick, Healthy Coleslaw

That barbecue must have, the accompaniment to jerk chicken and the perfect top to a jacket potato…. yep, it’s coleslaw! The first mention of coleslaw came from an old Dutch recipe book back in the 18th century, but fast forward a few hundred years and this dish is most commonly associated with the US of A and it’s fried delicacies and celebrations. In the UK,…

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About the Author

Emma is a Registered 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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