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The Sophisticated Alcoholic

I wanted to get this book review of The Sophisticated Alcoholic in before the end of January as this is the month when people assess their lifestyles and habits post the excess of Christmas where, let's be honest, nigh on everyone overdoes it in some...

The Attic Teatox

Anyone who knows me will undoubtedly have had a brew with me at some point. I love tea. There's something very comforting about a cuppa and I always find it brings people together. So, when I heard about a detox using different types of tea...

Nutiva Chia Seeds (Trailwalker Item 5)

Chia seeds are an ancient food eaten in early Aztec and Mayan cultures. They are full of fibre, protein, minerals, omega-3 and antioxidants. They don't taste of much, but I wasn't eating them for flavour. What makes chia seeds great for eating during exercise is...

coconut water

Coconut Water (Trailwalker Item 4)

Coconut water is an addiction of mine, admittedly there are worse things to be addicted to. A piano student first introduced me to a white can of the beverage which I instantly took a liking to flavour-wise, however, I was initially put off after drinking...

Genki Haramaki (Trailwalker Item 1)

I came across this item at the Holistic Health Show in Birmingham and was intrigued. It is a tubular garment made out of ribbed super soft cotton which you wear around your abdomen, folded over twice, based on a traditional Japanese garment worn to maintain...

Dalyan Mud Bath

I've always quite fancied a turn at mud wrestling. I remember at Secret Garden Party I almost dived right in but my brain thankfully got the better of me and realised that as there was still a considerable length of time left at the festival,...

Turkish Hamam

Now, I doubt very much that the soap used for my Turkish hamam was natural (although there were some pictures of fruits on the bottle!), I thought it worth a mention.  On the penultimate day of our holiday, post mud bath, post Kaya village, we...