For all of you in the Northern Hemisphere- hope you’ve been enjoying the long weekend and enjoyed some fireworks on my behalf.
Actually, Sydney is pretty epic when it comes to fireworks. I swear for any occasion, they have fireworks. I remember when I first moved here and was staying in temporary accommodation, there would be a lovely par-tay outside my window at 9pm on the dot. Now that’s off topic.
The next few weeks, Spill it, Sundays will be taking a flashback theme! Through my time blogging, I often forget other bloggers have been doing it much longer and have many hidden gems in their earlier posts- whether it be fitness related, a serious post, a fun weekend getaway or an incredible recipe!
In conjunction with my goal to start using Pinterest more, I thought it would be great to highlight 3 of your own posts or another bloggers post- and if you highlight a recipe- Link it up too and I’ll add it to a new Pinterest board!
My workplace often has fortnightly celebrations or morning teas- and always last minute. Luckily, these super simple, delicious cookies take barely 10 minutes to prep and are always a hit. The best bit? The range of add ins! I’ve tried salted pretzels, chocolate pretzels and chocolate chips!
This was one of my first recipes I posted and continues to be an absolute favourite of mine (which reminds me, when I eventually learn to take nice photos- it will be the first to be re-shot).
A microwave English Muffin which tastes EXACTLY like it is- but is gluten free, grain free, paleo friendly- but most of all- delicious! High in protein without protein powder!
Post- He Thinks/She thinks- Food and Gender stereotypes-
This post was one which I did in conjunction with Kelly and how certain foods tend to have a gender stigma associated with it.
Salad = Female.
Steak = Male.
Does that mean you are less masculine for choosing a salad for a meal or a yogurt with your breakfast? Does that mean society frowns upon females for wanting steak and potatoes for dinner at the bistro? Check out the discussion in the comments!
Be sure to check out the other bloggers who’ve linked up their flashback posts below, and if there is a recipe there- send some Pinterest loving!
What is a stereotypical gender food you eat often?
What is a stereotypical food of the opposite gender you eat often?
Do you like English Muffins?
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