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Thursday, 14 October 2021

Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend book review

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Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend book review

Today is my stop on the Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend book tour. 

Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend - The blurb

Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend book review

“Gabe and I are happy this way. We don’t need anyone else in our lives.”

Mariana feels like a pawn in other people’s games. Her birth mother is ill and opportunities for them to be reconciled are running out.

Despite being adopted, Mariana has always felt secure with who she is. But both sides of her birth family are now closing in, and whatever she decides will irrevocably alter many lives; most of all the man and woman who created her.

Of His Bones is about predestination and choices. It explores themes of familial love, identity and the powerful hold of the past. Set in the seascapes of East and North Yorkshire, this novel is the sister-book to The Last Time We Saw Marion.



Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend book review


Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend - my review

Of His Bones by Tracey-Scott Townsend is a haunting literary fiction novel. It mainly follows Mariana as she discovers her birth family and the devastating history and secrets they hold. 

The story is beautifully written, very descriptive and draws you in from the first chapter. The plot is full of twists and turns so you don't quite know what has happened until it is revealed. 

I really enjoyed the characters developing and each characters story unfolding. Every character in it is well developed with an interesting back story. I also love that it is set on the Yorkshire coast, one of my all time favourite places! Both the writing style and twists kept my attention throughout the novel. 

There is a strong theme of eating disorders and self-harm throughout the book so that definitely needs a content warning and pointing out. Without giving anything away there is an underlying theme to the story that I'm just not sure is something I believe in. 

Despite the general theme being so dark and haunting Of His Bones is an enjoyable read with a (generally) happy ending that feels fitting to the story. 

I'm giving Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend 3.5 stars.


You can get Of His Bones by Tracey Scott-Townsend here
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Sunday, 14 February 2021

January reads

*AD - GIFTED I mentioned in my 2021 goals reading more was something I was keen to get back in to this year. And I've started off well! Today I'm sharing the five books I read in January and what I think of them all. 

January reads vintage books in a wicker basket surrounded by fairy lights

The Art of Falling by Danielle McLaughlin

January reads - The art of falling by Danielle McLaughlin

Nessa McCormack is recovering from her husbands affair, whilst working as an art curator about to display the late Robert Lockes The Chalk Sculpture and raising a teenage daughter. And just when she is managing it all (just) along comes an eccentric Melanie Doerr to claim the Sculpture is hers.
The Art of Falling is a well written, windy story of family dramas and how secrets never do stay hidden.
The story follows Nessa through her home, work and social circle and all the characters blend really well into the story line and where it is going. The characters are all well written, with no one seeming out of place.
Whilst I found the first couple of chapters hard to get into, I sped through the rest of the book.
I love how Nessa is facing the truths and secrets from her past while trying to uncover the truth and secrets behind the sculpture and it’s creator. It’s a very cleverly written story line that comes together perfectly.
I really love the ending. It fits the tone of the book, not too “happy” and not too poignant. A just ending for everyone.

3.5 /5 stars

You can get The Art of Falling here.

The Longest Echo by Eoin Dempsey

January reads - The Longest Echo by Eoin Dempsey

In Monte Sole, Italy, Liliana’s family find an escaped American POW James Foley. They help him get to the local partisan resistance. But the SS strike a brutal attack against the resistance and locals leaving Liliana and James fleeing to the allied lines.
Years later Liliana and James are reunited. Both are haunted still by Monte Sole and Liliana wants to bring the SS responsible for what happened to justice and James knows how to do it.

The Longest Echo is a story that instantly draws you in and keeps you thinking long after you read it.
I love how you follow James and Liliana through the years and find out how what happened to them both has shaped their life. Despite the time jumps the story flows and is easy to follow.
I really enjoyed the different settings in the book. War ravaged Italy, New York, Argentina and back to America again.
The story is moving and poignant, made more so by the fact the Monte Sole massacre is a true event from the war.
The events here should be something everyone knows and I’m so glad The Longest Echo brings it to more people’s attention.

5/5 stars

You can pre-order The Longest Echo here.

A Splendid Ruin by Megan Chance 

January reads - A Splendid Ruin by Megan Chance

May Kimble is called to live at the Sullivan’s in San Francisco with her Aunt she’s never met after her mother dies. Her Aunts family welcome her into their wealthy, opulent world. But all isn’t as it seems. May almost loses everything, until the 1906 San Francisco earthquake gives her the ability to take it all back.

I loved reading this historical novel. I loved the setting, the characters and the mystery and drama of it.

Following Mays journey as she blunders through mixing with a higher social circle, as she tries to find out her past and as she realises what’s happening in the Sullivan’s house is entertaining and page turning.

The setting of the earthquake and how that gives May the ability to take her life back is a great storyline.

My only complaint is I would have liked the ending to be longer, or there to be a sequel. I’d love to know just how May is living her new life now.

4.5/5 stars.

You can get A Splendid Ruin here.

The Girl Who Escaped From Auschwitz by Ellie Midwood 

January reads - The girl who escaped from Auschwitz by Ellie Midwood

Mala Zimetbaum is prisoner 19880 in Auschwitz and she uses her work position in the concentration camp to help save as many other prisoners as possible. Edward, a camp veteran and political prisoner, needs her help and finds her in camp. Together they plan their escape from Auschwitz and fall in love along the way.
This is based on the true story of Mala who was the first woman to escape from Auschwitz.
The book is incredibly well written and really does justice to the story of Mala.
It is moving, harrowing and yet intercepted with moments of humanity and “normal every day” life. I connected with all of the characters, whether it is willing on Mala and Edwards escape, or despising the SS officers working in the camp.
The end had me in tears and it is a book that will stay with me for a long time.

5/5 stars

You can pre-order The Girl Who Escaped from Auschwitz here. 

Catch The Rabbit by Lana Bastasic

January reads - Catch the rabbit by Lana Bastasic

Sara has left Bosnia behind and is settled in Dublin when she gets a phone call from her childhood friend Lejla who she hasn’t spoken to in years. Lejla summons Sara home to drive her to Vienna and Sara goes.

The book follows them through their road trip to Vienna and through their past friendship.
It is written as if Sara is telling their story to Lejla. The writing is to the point, with nothing extra that doesn’t need to be said there, Which makes it quite an intense read.
I really enjoyed learning more about Bosnia and it’s past through Sara and Lejlas story. Both of their childhoods are interesting.
I unfortunately found both characters hard to connect to and also found the ending strange and somewhat unresolved.
I’m sure there is a point I’ve missed but it just wasn’t the book for me.

3/5 stars. 

You can pre-order Catch The Rabbit here

What have you read recently? And what is next on your to read list? 
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Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Moonpig moments virtual event

*AD - PR EVENT* A few weeks ago I attended my first (virtual) blogging event in SO long. Between my illness and surgery then, obviously, coronavirus I haven't been to anything for well over a year! The Moonpig moments virtual event was a great night, virtually hanging out with other bloggers and finding out more about the world of Moonpig. I also have a great discount for you all, perfect for getting the Christmas cards in, at the end of the post. 

Moonpig moments - the app

If you're like me you're very aware of Moonpig already, you know they sell cards and like most people if nothing else sent birthday cards from them through the first lockdown. I had no idea they had an app (make sure you download it here) or the wide range of things, other than cards, they actually sell. Fortunately Jasper from Moonpig was on hand to talk us through the app and everything it has to offer. 
Moonpig app photograph birthday card

My favourite features of the app, that you might not know about are:

The ability to set reminders. A great way to keep up with everyones birthdays and special occasions. Add them all to the app (you can even import them from your phones calendar) and let the notifications remind you to buy a card. 
Moonpig app reminder screen

The handwritten message feature is great! Just write your message on a plain piece of paper and upload it in to the app and your handwriting will be printed inside the card. I love how much more personal the card will seem. 
Moonpig app handwritten feature

You can buy your cards and set the date you would like them to be sent. I am SO unorganised with cards so sitting at the start of the month, quarter or even year and getting them all done and sent out is a great idea. 

With lockdown 2 about to hit the UK I will be using Moonpig to design and make Christmas cards to send to the family I'm probably not going to see now. I know how much more my Nan will love a Christmas card with a photograph of us on rather than the generic shop bought ones. 

Moonpig Moments - the flowers

My favourite part of the Moonpig moments virtual event was a flower arranging workshop. I love fresh flowers but to be honest never really know how to "arrange" them. 
We received a Christmas bouquet from Moonpig and were talked through arranging them into a floral centrepiece. How gorgeous does this look? 
Moonpig Christmas flower bouquet

Moonpig Christmas flowers table decoration arrangement

Flowers are something I had no idea you can get on Moonpig but love that I now know I can get a card and bouquet sent out all from the same place in one go. Receiving a surprise bunch of flowers can completely change a day. At a time when families and loved ones are separated especially over the upcoming festive season a bouquet could be the perfect present to send. 

Moonpig moments - the cocktails

Another great gift idea (and again something I didn't know I could buy from Moonpig) is alcohol. From prosecco and wine to gin and vodka. At the virtual event we had a cocktail masterclass with Conor from Mix & Twist and were shown how to make 3 delicious cocktails with a bottle of Belvedere vodka. 
Moonpig Belvedere vodka

Again I love that I can send a Christmas card and a bottle of something to people I can't see at the moment. 

The Moonpig Moments virtual event was a great night and really informative too. If you want to order a card, flowers or gifts you can find Moonpig here and don't forget to use the discount code below. 


*DISCOUNT CODE* Make sure you use the code APP20CA for 20% off cards
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Thursday, 18 June 2020

Comfy Casual with Femme Luxe

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Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / sitting on the sofa in a grey loungewear set

Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / standing in front of a canvas in a grey loungewear set

Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / standing in front of a large canvas with cream cargo trousers and white vest

Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / standing in front of a large canvas with cream cargo trousers and white vest

Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / standing in front of a large canvas with white Be Kind t-shirt

Comfy casual with Femme Luxe / flat lay with Be Kind t-shirt and pink peonies

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Thursday, 28 May 2020

How to wear loungewear past lock down

*AD-GIFTED* I have been so envious seeing everyones cute photographs of them cozy at home in their new loungewear. As you'll all know I am still out working *waves to fellow NHS / key workers*. I keep looking at loungewear but just wasn't sure if it was something we'll all be wearing once lock down is over. As if they knew I was struggling with the to buy or not to buy decision Femme Luxe have sent me some loungewear to share with you all. Today I'm sharing how I'm wearing it and how to wear loungewear past lockdown.

How to wear loungewear past lockdown - jogger sets

I love getting home from work, showering and getting in to this grey long sleeve joggers set. I finish work at 2 so don't want to put pyjamas on that early, but after a day in full PPE do want to be super comfy. As this is a joggers set, once lockdown is over, I feel happy going out in it and can wear both pieces separately too.

how to wear loungewear past lockdown - Femme Luxe loungewear - standing in grey loungewear jogging bottoms and matching sweater


This black v-neck top and leggings loungewear set is definitely a lot more casual than the grey set. After lockdown I'm not sure it is something I would wear out and about. But it is great for wearing at home on lazy days or popping to a friends in for a cuppa and catch up on their sofa. They will also be perfect to wear as pyjamas in the winter.

how to wear loungewear past lockdown - Femme Luxe loungewear - standing in black loungewear jogging bottoms and matching sweater

How to wear loungewear past lockdown - Oversized t-shirts

The oversized t-shirt trend was here well before lockdown and I'm sure it will be here long after. I love this look as it's comfortable and can be dressed up or down.

how to wear loungewear past lockdown - Femme Luxe loungewear - standing in black t-shirt and leggings


Some days I love wearing my loungewear t-shirts long and loose, like how I'm wearing this black ooh la la oversized t-shirt. It is really comfortable and can be worn with leggings, jeans, shorts or even bare legs. Definitely a look for post-lockdown too.
And you can change it up, by tying your t-shirt at the waist, like with this white fearless femme slogan t-shirt. Again you can wear it with pretty much anything for a less casual look.

how to wear loungewear past lockdown - Femme Luxe loungewear - standing in white t-shirt which is tied at the waist and black leggings


What do you think of my loungewear looks? How are you wearing yours?


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Thursday, 23 April 2020

New wardrobe additions with Femme Luxe


*AD - GIFTED* You might have seen recently I updated my winter wardrobe with some new dresses. Today I've got some more new wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe, trousers and jeans, to share with you all. I'm a creature of habit, skinny jeans or leggings make up my out of work wear and I only ever wear black trousers at work. My Femme Luxe delivery is changing that!

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - The ripped jeans

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - High waist, extreme rip jeans with vest and trainers


The first thing in my delivery are these high waist extreme rip jeans. As I said above skinny jeans have been my staple style jean for SO long so these are completely different for me. They're a perfect for summer light blue colour, straight leg fit and have a large cut out on one thigh. I'm teaming mine with a black vest and my new pastel blue Reebok classics. They are really comfy, lightweight and look great.

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - High waist, extreme rip jeans with vest and trainers


New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - The tartan print trousers

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - tartan print trousers with vest and trainers


My next item from my parcel of new wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe are these grey tartan print trousers and I've been so excited for these to arrive. The trousers and print and completely unlike anything I own. They are slim fitting with a paperbag waist and have pockets. The material is soft and slightly stretchy so they feel great and look really flattering on. Here I have a casual look with a vest and grey trainers, but the trousers will look great dressed up with a bodysuit and heels.

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - tartan print trousers with vest and trainers


New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - The cargo slim fit trousers

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - slim fit cargo trousers with vest and trainers


My last look for you are these black cargo slim fit trousers. They are high waisted with a slim fit and a cuffed hem. I really love the casual look of these and they will be great for cooler spring and summer days or nights. A vest, white trainers and a belt tie my casual look for these together.

New wardrobe additions from Femme Luxe - slim fit cargo trousers with vest and trainers


If you love these three looks why not see the other trousers and jeans Femme Luxe have.


Which of my three outfits are your favourite? Have you been updating your wardrobe ready for when we're able to go out again?


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Thursday, 6 February 2020

Winter dresses from Femme Luxe

(AD-GIFTED) My Winter wardrobe is something I have problems with. I want to be warm and cosy but still want to look nice and not like a marshmallow. The struggle is real! Fortunately I've got some new Winter dresses from Femme Luxe to share with you all today.

Keeping warm and stylish with Winter dresses from Femme Luxe

Close up of a white long sleeve jumper dress / Winter dresses from Femme Luxe


My first winter dress from Femme Luxe is this white jumper dress. It has long sleeves so is perfect for this time of year. The jumper dress is a fine knit so isn't too chunky and has the perfect amount of stretch which, along with the cinched waist, gives a flattering fit and looks great on. I really love the length as you can wear it with leggings and boots in the daytime, like I am here, or bare legs for a more dressy look.

Wearing a white long sleeve jumper dress, leggings and boots / Winter dresses from Femme Luxe


Standing in a khaki green oversize jumper dress with leggings and fluffy boots / winter dresses from Femme Luxe



My next daytime winter dress from Femme Luxe is this gorgeous khaki oversized jumper dress. I love the oversize jumper dress trend as it's a perfect look to hide any bits I don't like but still feel feminine and girly. This dress has long sleeves again and is quite thick jersey material so keeps you warm. It's a great length for dressing up or down too. I am loving wearing it with thick leggings and fluffy boots at the moment.

Standing in a khaki green oversize jumper dress with leggings and fluffy boots / winter dresses from Femme Luxe


Glamming up my wardrobe with winter dresses from Femme Luxe


Standing in a one shoulder red dress / winter dresses from Femme Luxe


I always find looking glam AND staying warm impossible this time of year. When it's cold, grey and wet I much prefer wrapping up in my fluffy dressing gown and slippers more appealing than a strappy dress and bare legs. The long sleeved one shoulder midi dress is the perfect solution for me. I love this bright red shade and the thick, slinky material with ruching detail is really flattering too. The belt around my waist is perfect at the moment for hiding my post-surgery stomach.

Side view of the one shoulder red dress / winter dresses from Femme Luxe


Standing in a black 3/4 length slinky midi dress / winter dresses from Femme Luxe



My absolute favourite winter dress from Femme Luxe is this black bodycon midi dress . The material is really thick and sits perfectly. I love how the bodycon shape sucks me in in all the right places and the midi length adds to the shape. And the sleeve shape and deep v-neck make it look and feel really special. Again, it is belted around the waist which looks pretty but isn't needed to hide any problem areas as it is tight and holds you in.

Standing in a black 3/4 length slinky midi dress / winter dresses from Femme Luxe


All four of my winter dresses from Femme Luxe feel good quality and have washed and dried without any issues. The sizing of them all is perfect and I don't have any complaints or criticisms at all.

If you are looking to update your day or nighttime wardrobes I definitely recommend having a look at Femme Luxe.

I'd love to know which is your favourite outfit from the four above? And tell me what your go-to winter outfits are?
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Thursday, 5 September 2019

Creating a cozy nook with Bean Bag Bazaar & giveaway

AD - GIFTED Ever since redecorating the living room we've had one of those corners that needs "something" but I just haven't known what to put there. Fortunately Bean Bag Bazaar have gifted me the perfect piece for it. One of their grey lounge chair bean bags. And even better I have a bean bag to give away to one of you so keep reading until the end and enter the giveaway for the chance to win one.

About Bean Bag Bazaar

Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair


Bean Bag Bazaar make a range of bean bags, foot stools and home furnishings. There is pretty much every size, style, fabric and colour you need to match a piece in with your decor. Everything is designed by British designers and made here in the UK.

My Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair bean bag review

I have the Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair bean bag in grey, which fits in perfectly in our grey and purple living room. The lounge chair is in the shape of an armchair and is large enough for an adult to sit in and get comfy. Ours lives in the corner of the living room, turning it into a cozy reading / chill out nook.

It arrives in two boxes, one with the shell of the armchair and the other full of beads to fill it. It is big and definitely needs at least two people to fill it up. The material feels strong and sturdy and the whole thing is really well made. I don't need to worry about finding beads all over or any seams splitting.

Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair


The lounge chair bean bag is super comfy to sit in. I love tucking myself in to it with a blanket on a night and losing myself in a book there. The shape tucks around you and it's great to curl up in.
As it is so big it's a great extra seat if people come around too, being a bean bag means it's easy to move to wherever we need it. Even the patio in dry, sunny weather!


Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair


I am really happy with our Bean Bag Bazaar lounge chair bean bag. It has transformed a bare corner into a cozy, comfortable reading nook and makes a great spare seat if we need it too.
If you are looking for a bean bag or extra seating I can't recommend Bean Bag Bazaar enough.

Make sure you enter the giveaway below and keep your fingers crossed to win one for yourself!

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Thursday, 29 August 2019

J2O Spritz making non alcoholic fizzy and fun

AD - GIFTED Over the last couple of years I've found myself drinking less and less. Let's be honest, going out with the sole aim of getting drunk is pretty same old at 37! Whilst I do sometimes have a glass of wine, G&T or cider with my friends it is rarely more than that now. More often than not I stick to non-alcoholic drinks and drive. Non-alcoholic drinks never feel very special or exciting though do they? Fortunately J2O have sent me the answer to this problem, the J2O spritz drinks.

J20 Spritz bottles stood on table




I have two flavours of the J2O Spritz drinks, pear and raspberry and apple and watermelon. They are both in the original style J2O bottle.

My J2O Spritz review

You can tell the J2O Spritz is different from regular J2O as soon as you pop the cap. Bubbles! There is a perfect amount of fizz in the drink. Enough that you can see it in the glass and feel it in your mouth, but not too much that it bubbles out over the top of your glass or takes away from the taste.


J20 Spritz in a glass stood on table



I really like both flavours but the pear and raspberry is my favourite. They are both fruity and fresh and neither have an artificial taste.


J20 Spritz in a glass stood on table



J2O Spritz is the kind of soft drink I am more than happy to order in a bar and sit and drink. It's the kind of drink I will keep in stock at home for garden parties or nights in with my friends. I am more than happy to sit drinking it while my friends sip their prosecco as it's a great non-alcoholic replacement. Whilst it is just as fruity and refreshing as standard J2O the bubbles make it feel more grown up and special.

J20 Spritz bottles stood on table




Have you tried the J2O Spritz? I'd love to know what you think of them if you have. If not, are you happy to switch the fizz for it?
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Thursday, 27 June 2019

Hello Sunday Essensory Candle set

AD - GIFTED I don't know about you, but I always love getting little bits for my house. And one of my biggest interior loves is candles. Not only do they look pretty but they give off that relaxing candlelight glow and make the room smell pretty amazing too! I recently received the Hello Sunday Essensory candle set and made it at home in my living room.

About Hello Sunday Essensory candle set

Hello Sunday are an Australian lifestyle brand who have loads of gorgeous home, stationery and fashion items on their site. Everything from candles to cushions, tote bags to wallets and journals to pens.
The Hello Sunday candle set is a three piece set that turns your candles in to a statement piece in the room. As well as the candle there is a porcelain base and heat proof glass lantern.


Hello Sunday Essensory candle set, three piece set laid out on table



My Hello Sunday Essensory candle set review

The Hello Sunday Essensory candle set is super easy to assemble, just pop the candle in the base and light it then push the lantern on the top. It feels really well made with a thick base and sturdy lantern.
The candle is soy wax and has a 25 hour burn time. It is unscented which at first I was a little disappointed about but soon realised I can use my wax melts as usual for scent and this for the glow I don't get from my electric burners. Plus I can easily refill it with a scented candle when this one has burnt out can't I?

Hello Sunday Essensory candle set, unlit and standing on coffee table




Once lit it looks so pretty and really lights up the illustration of the lantern. Even in the daytime you get a gorgeous glow from the set and once it is dark it looks really stunning!


Hello Sunday Essensory candle set, lit and standing of coffee table with peonies and ornament




There are a variety of different colour laterns and this pretty lilac/pink goes perfectly in my grey living room.

At 18cm high it is perfectly portable, sometimes it might be on my window sill and sometimes it might be on the coffee table or tv unit.

Getting a set for each room in the house is definitely on my to-buy list as I update each room.

You can get the Hello Sunday Essensory candle set here and they are $49.99 each.
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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Helping my healthy kick with Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks

*AD - GIFTED* For the last few months I have been quietly trying to clean up my diet and add more fitness to my day. I walk so much more than before, aiming for at least 3 miles a day. Whilst I am not dieting I am trying to eat more healthier and looking at the nutrition of what I'm eating. My breakfast, lunch and dinner are all much healthier (with the occasional treats here and there of course!) one thing I am struggling with is snacks. Fruit just doesn't cut it sometimes does it? Luckily for me the Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks have me covered!

Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks with kettle bells and trainers

About Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks

Health Lab was born from a kitchen in Australia in 2015 when Jess, the founder, saw a gap for actually healthy snacks that satisfy the sugar craving.
There are vegan protein balls, hemp energy balls, collagen protein balls and probiotic gut health balls. They are all made from natural ingredients with no surprise nasties in there.

Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks laid on table


My Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks experience

I have been sent six different snacks to try.
  • Mixed berry probiotic ball
  • Choc brownie protein ball
  • Espresso hemp energy ball
  • Salted caramel protein ball
  • Choc matcha probiotic ball
  • Peanut butter choc hemp energy ball
Each 40g ball is individually wrapped and I really love the different colours. They are girly and if you have a few in the cupboard you can easily see which one you want. The labelling is great, you can easily see the ingredients (I can confirm there are no hidden or unusual things in there) as well as the nutritional information.
All of the Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks taste great. (Though I can't comment on the espresso energy ball as due to my caffeine intolerance I daren't try it). They have are firm and chewy with occasional crunchy bits. They are not gritty or powdery.  My favourites are the salted caramel and choc brownie protein balls. Which is great as protein is definitely something I need to up in my macros.

Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks unwrapped on a plate



Each ball, although small, is full of flavour and really hits the snack craving spot.

Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks cut in half on a plate




There are some collagen protein balls on the Health Lab website that I am super interested in trying. Upping protein, healthy snacking AND boosting collagen definitely sounds good to me!

What are your go to healthy snacks? Are the Health Lab wellness and beauty snacks something you would eat?
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