What Being An Apprentice Can Really Be Like

Whether you’re leaving Sixth Form or College in the next few weeks, if you’re just about to step out of mainstream education then you’re probably spending a lot of time thinking about what the next chapter of your life is going to hold. I imagine there’ll be a lot of 17 and 18 year olds […]

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Is It Coeliac Disease? | Coeliac Awareness Week 2019

From the 13th – 19th May, Coeliac UK will be running their Coeliac Awareness Week for 2019. This week offers the chance for people diagnosed with the disease to share their story and connect with other sufferers as well as educating people who don’t know what Coeliac Disease is with the aim of potentially helping […]

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Top Gluten Free Finds in Aldi

I’m going to be brutal and say that Aldi is at the bottom of the list of supermarkets when it comes to gluten free. They’re really not the best which is frustrating because they’re food is so affordable but they don’t have a dedicated free from section, so you really have to search! If you’re […]

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5 Things Tinder Has Taught Me

As a newly single young woman, where was the first place I went to find a date? Tinder, obviously! I re-downloaded the app within weeks of my breakup out of pure boredom and got back into the swing of swiping left and right but 6 months down the line, I’m still single and I can’t […]

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5 Easy Ways to Help a Friend Struggling With Mental Health

As we all know all too well, it isn’t always possible to know if a friend or family member is struggling with mental health. Sometimes they hide it too well and we could’ve never known but that’s why it is essential to check up on all your friends, even those who seem so content and […]

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Top Tips for Eating Gluten Free at a Business Event

Most of us Coeliacs are normal, working people. It’s an invisible disease that to look at us, you probably wouldn’t know we suffered with it so in general, we tend to go about our daily lives of working and living as normal. I recently attended a training course at a hotel and it got me […]

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide | AD

*all products in this blog post were gifted for the purpose of inclusion but all opinions are my own.  Mother’s Day is not too far away now (31st March), so it’s time to start shopping around for the perfect present for your mama this year! Keep Her Cosy with a Hat and Neck Warmer from […]

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My Top 5 Gluten Free Pancake Topping Combinations

*this blog post contains gifted products from Marks & Spencer, however this blog post is not paid for.  Pancake Day is upon us (aka best day of the year) which means it’s time to get creative with those pancake toppings! Now, I personally prefer Scotch pancakes to all others as I am not a fan […]

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I’ve Got News – TEDx Bollington

Since my breakup in September, I have vowed to take every opportunity that has come my way and work myself silly to achieve all the things I’ve always wanted to do. Becoming a published author on Huffington Post ticked a massive box on my bucket list but there was one equally as big thing I […]

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Happy 1st Birthday Gluten Free With Ellie

I can’t believe I am saying this but my Instagram account, ‘Gluten Free With Ellie’ is officially one year old today! 16th February 2018 I put out my first ever post on that account, thinking no one would care, no one would follow and it certainly wouldn’t turn into anything but one year on? I […]

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