There are times in everyone's life when the crap can take over and weigh us down.
At some stage, you have to find the courage to fire up your spirit and live again.
Learn from the mistakes, hurt and wrongs done to your and learn to live according to your rules.
It's been a rough few years in the last while for me and it can be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
If it was a bereavement, health worry or whatever. I no sooner got rid of one health worry then another one appeared to take its place.
Though well intentioned, New Years Resolutions can be, a recipe for disaster. Getting caught up in the hype and pomp of saying goodbye to the old, we tend to see the New Year as a chance to make a fresh start. Hence, we tend to make such resolutions over ambitious.
When, in the weeks and months that follow, we slip back to our old ways, our self-esteem can take a plunge with it.
By now you are either full steam ahead on your goals for 2016 or have failed miserably. Ok so the latter sounds a bit 'drama queen' territory but the shameful way we berate ourselves for getting stuck and lasting only 2 or 3 days or so with our goals you'd swear world peace depended on our success.
As it has become our time honoured tradition in Herbi & Carni to have an inspirational post in January, this year is no different.
Recently we were asked by We Teach Social to share our best blogging tip. Today it dawned on us that you deserve the tips too. Going forward we will be adding more tips, tools and strategies to help you in any way we can. Now that we think about it sure these food photography tips will prove useful to you for any food photos you take, food blog or not.
A huge congratulation to Goodalls for winning a Gourmand Award for Ireland’s first-ever blogger cookbook - A Modern Irish Cookbook, curated by Goodall’s. At the recent Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Beijing the book has been awarded ‘Best in the World’ in the ‘Best Auth