Before I changed my diet, every time I ate, my torso would feel burning hot, and the areas around my lymph nodes would really ache.
The free-from aisle is the most depressing place in the supermarket.
I love Anthropology for kitchenware - they make the best bowls, plates, cutlery etc.
I can smell bacon sizzling or chicken roasting and appreciate the aroma, but I don't want to eat it.
A delicious smoothie is a really easy way of taking on lots of amazing skin boosting ingredients and was my first port of call every morning in the run-up to my wedding - I'll throw in frozen berries, banana, spinach, almond butter, almond milk, and oats for a quick breakfast quite often.
Home-made smoothies are a great way of satisfying a sweet tooth. Adding in things like frozen banana will make it taste super sweet and creamy.
I always carry a little jar of nuts around with me. I roast them beforehand with tamari and thyme to give them a deliciously rich flavour.
On a weekday, I'll go for a big bowl of creamy porridge with almond butter and berries if I'm at home, or a super quick chia seed breakfast if I'm running out the door first thing.
I've always been pretty lucky with my skin. I did notice a big change when I changed my diet and started to eat more natural foods in that my skin just got clearer and brighter.
I don't have one favourite spot - I love writing anywhere that I feel inspired. I have to admit that I do love getting cosy in bed or under blankets on the sofa and writing from there.
The first recipe I made was a disaster. I'd been chopping and pressing dates to create a raw brownie, and I thought it would work even better if I blended them in a food processor. So I went and bought one specially. When my boyfriend at the time came over to try the results, he took one bite and spat it out - I'd left the plastic on the blades.
I think it's essential to engage with your followers. I always used to email bloggers, and no one ever replied, so I try to reply to every comment and question, and although sometimes I regret it when I'm sat on Instagram til 3 A.M., it's worth it.
When I first started blogging, I kept it a secret from my friends and then started to show a few people, and it snowballed from there.
Blogs are amazing, and I'm so grateful to mine for giving me such a great platform to explore other ideas, but it's just not practical to scroll through 30 pages of blog to find a dinner recipe.
I work out most days, normally first thing, and then I just see where the day takes me. I recipe test most days, do lots of social media and emails, but nothing else is constant. Some days, I film YouTube videos; other days, I have lots of meetings, work on blog posts, brainstorm ideas, and work on upcoming projects.
I want to give you a way to eat your broccoli in a way that you actually want to eat it.
I want to make vegetables a bit cooler and help people see them as something that can be an interesting, delicious addition to any meal, but that doesn't mean you should feel you only need to eat broccoli!
If you eat broccoli steamed or boiled, it's not very exciting, but you can roast it with things like turmeric and make it amazing. It's all about how you cook something and what you pair it with.
My main aim is to change our perception of how we look at vegetables because I think vegetables have always been put on the side - it's always been your steamed broccoli or boiled broccoli with your meat.
I find both yoga and pilates awesome at calming my mind and strengthening my body.