Lifestyle Flatlay. Dark Wood Table. Grey Tea Towel. Homemade Almond Milk in a glass bottle. Almond milk Latte in a mug.

Home-made Almond Milk. Fresh with no hidden ingredients.

Susan Food, Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle, Recipes, Tales from my kitchen table

I have been having nut milks for a while in my porridge, but I haven’t really ventured into using it in my tea and coffee.  Why?  Well the shop bought ones, just don’t taste right to me yet.  Perhaps that is just because I am not acclimatised to the taste yet.  Or maybe I am just not willing to let …

Embrace Life and do the things that make you happy. Susan Bradfield and her Labrador. www.aphoenixfromtheashes.com

Super Moon and New Beginnings.

Susan Christmas, Dogs, Entertainment, Family, Flowers, Food, Health & Wellbeing, Home & Garden, Lifestyle, lupus, Out & About, rebelfit, Renovations, Uncategorized

Lets jump straight in and make a big confession.  I have not been following the Rebelfit plan at all for a good few weeks.  My health and stress levels have been up and down, so I have decided what with the Super Moon tonight to make some changes.  Yes I want to eat more nutritional food.  More for my health …

Badass Brownies. Image by Susan Bradfield. Jamie Oliver Christmas. www.aphoenixfromtheashes.com

Badass Brownies: Home-made & naughty but so good.

Susan Books, Entertainment, Family, Food, Home & Garden, Lifestyle, New Skills, Recipes

Jamie Oliver Christmas Cookbook – Badass Brownies with our own twist As soon as the new Jamie Oliver Christmas Cookbook was launched I had to get it.  Being a Jamie Oliver Superfan (I love his cookbooks) this was a MUST HAVE item for my collection. It is going to be right up there this year competing with my ‘Ultimate Favourite …

Acer. Japanese Acer. Blue Sky. Autumn. www.aphoenixfromtheashes.com

Sunday Ramblings and cravings.

Susan Books, Dance, Entertainment, Family, Food, gaming, Health, Home & Garden, Lifestyle

Ramblings Sundays for our family have been fairly chaotic for a long time (Probably for around 10 years or more).  We are part of the group of parents who spend their weekends juggling kids clubs and activities whilst trying to maintain and hold on the notion of quality family time.  Why do we feel like this?  You would think by …