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Day 10: Failing to plan is planning to fail

After being such a whiny baby yesterday and now I’m a little less hangry, it’s back to being positive again and trying to be enthusiastic about the rest of the challenge that still lies ahead of me. 623 more words

60 Day Autoimmune Protocol Challenge

ESCAPE LONDON - Drapers Hall, rich history, stunning surroundings and perfect service!

The drive from London to Shrewsbury took over 3 hours, but the moment I set eyes on The Drapers I knew it was worth every single second! 1,436 more words

Restaurants

Not So Garden Variety

Looking out over the beautiful Cork countryside I wondered how I had never been here before. A brief trip past the airport and into Ballygarvan brings you to the Pavilion Garden Centre, the perfect perch for a relaxed bite to eat on a blustery autumn day. 332 more words

Snack

Walberswick Beach and the Anchor Pub

On Sunday we went for lunch at the Anchor pub in Walberswick as I have wanted to go their to eat for years. As it was a beautiful day we sat outside with the dogs. 350 more words

Dogs

Gen Korean BBQ House & Yakitori Bar

When I was a little kid, my parents and I would often spend Saturday afternoons dining out at a Korean bbq house.  One of those places where it was all-you-can-eat and it’d be set up buffet style.  1,490 more words

Eating Out

Tomboy- Ashton Lane

Ashton Lane is one of my favourite places in Glasgow- so peaceful and pretty you don’t feel like your in the heart of the West End- and Mexican food is also one of my favourites so you wouldn’t believe my excitement when I found out about Tomboy. 247 more words

Food

Boloco: Make Your Own Bowl or Burrito

If you live in New England or DC, Boloco is probably already on your radar. Its burritos come in flavors inspired by many cuisines—you could call them wraps, really, since only a couple of the choices are typical Mexican fare. 175 more words

Gluten Free