Hello 2019!

Wow, well wasn’t 2018 a rollercoaster! For me personally, it was a very weird year. A lot of bad things happened, but good things too. Whilst I didn’t achieve heaps, I’ve placed myself in good stead and set things up ready for the new year and a *hopefully* better me! In 2018, I set up my blog domain, I joined the blogging community, I passed…

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Blogmas Day 24 (and 22, 23… sorry): A Month of Gratitude

I can’t believe it already! It’s Christmas Eve which signals the end of Blogmas!! Unfortunately, I fell at the final hurdle and didn’t manage 24 posts exactly, but I had a bloody good try. I originally prepped a few days in advance, but with the madness of Christmas I fell behind and couldn’t keep up and to be honest, spending quality time with people is…

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Blogmas Day 21: My Weight Does Not Define My Dietetic Ability

Hello! Welcome to another episode of “Emma gets angry at the world”, but this time, it’s for a bloody important reason. I’ve had many statements thrown at me over the years doing Nutrition and Dietetics. For example: • “omg I bet you’re judging me for eating that pizza” • So oh you’re a Dietitian, is that like a chef or something? :))))) • I thought…

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Blogmas Day 20: Eating Out at Christmas

Eating out at Christmas is fab, but it’s often cursed and demonised. Yes, eating out is often over portioned, high in calories and not purse friendly, but have we just tarnished yet another enjoyable aspect when it comes to food? My Tips • When eating out, don’t feel guilty. It can be hard to think “god how many calories am I having” but STOP. Isn’t…

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Blogmas Day 19: I Can’t Afford to Become A Dietitian

Everyone knows how open I am about my Mental Health, so why stop because it’s Blogmas? My blog is a place for me to share my journey in the hope that it can not only help myself, but I can help others too. My mental health currently is a little weird. It’s good! I haven’t felt sad or down and things are going great: good…

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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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