Monthly Archives: October 2016

Friday Links

Happy Friday! It’s been a more eventful week, than I planned! Me elsewhere, I’ve finally started posting on the Ealing Dean Allotment Society website. Meet the Plotholders, Volunteer Days Women having abortions are sure about their decision. Yep. The path to … Continue reading

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My Favourite Granola

I’ve been making this granola for a while, a while ago I tried to link to the recipe (from London Bakes) and it had vanished. I love it and I have fiddled a bit with it so I’m posting it here for … Continue reading

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Allotment Adventures: Dying back and planning

Back in May, when I signed the agreement for the plot, I was worried because I’d missed the start of the growing season (March-April) and it was a bit of a rush to get the ground clear, sort out how … Continue reading

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Food and Budget Update: 08/10 to 14/10/2016

It was a week of not being very well, but I still think I did alright for food. Mostly because I was home for most of the week. When I was off last year, I got into the habit of … Continue reading

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Life Happened: Harder to breathe

Monday started with a trip to the doctors for a spirometry test. The good news is that I don’t have lung disease, but the nurse said that the results were classic asthma, my peak flow was lower than it ought to … Continue reading

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Baking Bread with a 6 year old

Whenever Ma and I go to Watford to look after the boys, I try and find a cooking project with Oli. This is because I like cooking and hope that he’ll enjoy it too but it’s also so he appreciates … Continue reading

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Friday Links

Happy Friday!  This week hasn’t been fantastic but it it’s my brother’s birthday. So Happy Birthday Ben! Hadley Freeman takes on Sally Phillips’ documentary about testing for Downs Syndrome and sums up what I’ve found uncomfortable about Phillips’ arguments. I … Continue reading

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