I'm pretty serious about certain things (and very un-serious about other things) and one of those areas that get my full attention is healthy stuff. Don't get me wrong, chocolate/cakes/baking is another one of the important areas. But every now and then, health wins and something catches my attention that I can't live without. I spotted Teapigs Matcha Green Tea around 3 years ago when I was visiting my brother in London and spent most of my days in Selfridges (little did I know that a couple of years later I would be moving to this city myself). I wanted to buy it but told myself that £25 for tea was a BIT steep. And it still is. But after seeing this stuff so many places over the years I have grown softer questioning if £25 is really that much? I got an email today regarding Matcha with the words HEALTH BENEFITS followed by "more energy", "weight loss" and "healthy skin" how could I resist? And they were doing 20% off. I was sold and actually ordered straight off my iPhone while at work. This stuff better work I tell you. So this is me taking stuff to another level. Using green tea. Maybe I would have been better off just cutting out the sweets and cakes?
I'm Christine and I currently live in London with my husband where I do my best to go to as many restaurants as possible, bake, DIY and occasionally let my hair down and go to a museum. x