So this is me! My name is Emma Grace *shakes hand*
BLOG NAME EXPLAINED: Amme was my school nickname, it was confusing being Emma #7 in my class so a creative solution was had to pronounce my name backwards…[pronounced] Am-mee! I’m being deadly serious. I know all fellow Emma’s out there will feel my pain.
WHY ARE YOU STARTING A BLOG? I had a blog a few years ago but closed it due to feeling as though I didn’t have enough valuable contributions to add to the bloggasphere. However, having worked in the digital world for five years, online feels a lot like home to me. Having moved from the bright lights of London to the beaches of Jersey two years ago with my (now) fiancée and puppy. It’s been a busy couple of years….
Also, I love to write.
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO WRITE ABOUT?
FUNNY STUFF. FILMS. MUSIC. LIFE. DISNEY. TRAVEL. STYLE &….
WEDDINGS – I’m getting married and I want to share all the fun, planning tips and humorous hurdles all brides to be will be confronted with along the way. You only do this once so enjoy every single second.
DOGS – Bloggasphere, this is Floyd, Floyd meet the bloggasphere! Uh-huh, I have a dog! And he is just super. Since the age of five, top of my Christmas list religiously every year was a dog, right up until the age of 23. Sooo i’m guessing there might be a lot about him. I did all the training myself and learnt a lot about dealing with cheeky canine behaviour. Floyd, is a golden cocker spaniel and was quite the little diva when we brought him home. He’s even got his own Facebook page, he runs it all by himself I swear….
GLUTEN FREE – i’m not coeliac, i’m not going to die. I do however have a gluten intolerance which is not life threatening but cutting it out has changed my life in so many ways. From an extremely young age I always had a very sensitive gut and so the problems with my tummy were a problem for many years and has been a constant embarrassment. I was diagnosed with IBS at nine years old and found that certain foods triggered the symptoms so I was no stranger to cutting out food groups. As I got older I noticed my discomforts were turning into a daily problem and were really starting to interfere with daily life. I experienced cramps, constant tummy ache, bloating, puffiness (feeling so attractive) and…. unusual bathroom habits aaaaand i’ll leave it at that.
Over time I cut various things out until I gave wheat/gluten a whirl and within a week I felt the difference. I’ve been hooked ever since. My fiancèe and I lead a gluten free home life so we’re pretty experimental in the kitchen and like to create at least two new GF meals a week. I love to recreate my favourite foods using GF ingredients, that way I rarely feel like I miss anything. I’ll be sharing our culinary delights with y’all to try for yourself.
You still there? Super
Well, that was just a little insight into some of the bigger things i’ll be writing about…
See you soon