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Pumpkin Scones

By: Susan JoyThese delicious paleo-version pumpkin scones have a lovely soft and fluffy centre. I find they are tastier and fluffier than the wheat version I used to make when my kids were young. They also go perfectly with eggs for breakfast (I slice in half and pop in my air fryer and toast for...

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Upside Down Cake With Peach Slices Recipe

Photo by Susan Joy.By: Susan JoyThis delicious moist cake works well as a dessert served with dairy-free cream or vanilla coconut yoghurt, AND it’s grain-free! This cake is topped with peach slices but you can choose many different fruits. I’ve made it several times with cape...

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Nothing Worth Doing Is Ever Easy

Photo by Jude Beck on Unsplash.By: Sabrina PetersIt’s about this time every semester I feel the full weight of Uni. Sometimes I find myself asking the question through gritted teeth, “Why am I studying again?!But without fail every single time I am reminded of the famous words of...

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Creamy Carrot Soup

Photo by Susan Joy.By: Susan JoyThis delicious thick and creamy soup is flavoured with a hint of Eastern spices. Carrots provide so many health benefits, mainly due to their high content of beta-carotene and fibre. They are also rich in antioxidants, vitamins A, C and K. Serve with Seeded Dinner...

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How to Banish Screens and Make Mealtimes Matter

By: Dr Justin CoulsonMeal time matters. It’s a widely acknowledged fact. Researchers have found that families that eat their meals together have children who are 35% less likely to engage in disordered eating, 24% more likely to eat healthier foods and 12% less likely to be overweight.Family...

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Chicken and Mushroom Bake with Vegetable Mash

By: Susan JoyThis creamy chicken and mushroom bake with a hint of garlic is the perfect family winter meal. I’ve topped it with a delicious vegetable mash made from sweet potato and swede. This recipe is plentiful and should provide you with leftovers. Ingredients 1 – 2 Tbsp coconut...

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What a Good Budget Looks Like

By: Alex Cook28 “Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? 29 For if you lay the foundation and are not able to finish it, everyone who sees it will ridicule you, 30 saying, ‘This...

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12 Easy Healthy Snacks

By: Neri MorrisI love snacking. It’s why I struggle to not grab a kilo of hummus and crackers every time I shop. But I love little things to nibble on so I need to have options. But they have to be healthy options! I made baking or making a healthy snack one of my 30 Days of Loving Single...

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How to Maximise Your Tax Refund

By: Christine AddisSo you have been told by your accountant that you are going to be receiving a tax refund this year and you have the feeling of excited anticipation as you sit dreaming of what you will spend it on. But before you get carried away, let’s talk about really making your tax...

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Should You Borrow to Buy a Car?

By: Alex CookFor most people, a car is considered the second biggest expense after housing. This four-wheeled product of human ingenuity has become a sure-fire status symbol and a consistent part of every working adult’s wish list.The automotive industry is spending billions of dollars on...

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Sometimes You Must Tell Your Heart to Beat Again

By: Sheridan VoyseyI recently heard a fascinating story about a heart surgeon. At the end of one operation, he returned his patient’s heart back into the chest and began gently massaging it back to life. But the heart wouldn’t restart.More intense measures followed, but the heart still...

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