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Business in a Covid Climate

From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science I have always been a woman with a plan. From being an intense teenager building up a rather ridiculous Record of Achievement for my university applications to today being almost halfway through a twenty-year plan which incorporated home ownership, motherhood and then financial freedom, I’ve always liked to…

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Love in a Covid Climate

My posts may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links, you won’t pay any more, but I’ll get a small commission. Thanks! Love in a Covid climate   Ah Jenny Harries. We knew her words were coming but when she confirmed that if two halves of a couple are currently…

What is Michel Roux Jr really like?

I’m not a cool girl. I don’t do elegant detachment, or raising a perfectly sculpted eyebrow when something interests me. No, when I’m having a perfectly sensible conversation and I spot Michel Roux Jr taking a carrot cupcake I baked, I go mute. ‘Kathryn?’ ‘Oh my god.’ ‘So, as I was saying…’ ‘Michel is eating…

Are fat people disabled? Stupid? Addicts?

I happened across a copy of Broccoli and Brains recently and my curiosity was piqued (enough to order the other copies). As a complete nerd, reading material on the topic of dieting which wasn’t illustrated with women laughing at salad was something I could actually sink my teeth into (so to speak). Before I reached…