I'm not at yoga all the time, but equally, I'm not being sick after a night out.

I'm a neat freak. I find I work best when I feel organised and together, and as I work from home, that means my house is always so tidy!

If you have a large family like ours, you have to fight to get your point across, and I think I learned that from my dad.

I love Anthropology for kitchenware - they make the best bowls, plates, cutlery etc.

I was a very, very slow learner. I was good at nothing.

I'm on my phone 24/7 replying to every Instagram comment and message to try and understand how people are seeing us, and their questions and concerns.

There are a million different things that I want to do.

I don't have one favourite spot - I love writing anywhere that I feel inspired. I have to admit that I do love getting cosy in bed or under blankets on the sofa and writing from there.

I always moisturise in the morning, put my make-up on, and at the end of the day I take it off with coconut oil, wash my face, moisturise, and so often, that's it.

I've always loved the scent of rose; it's just the most beautiful scent. If you open my bathroom cupboard, everything is rose scented.

I was a real sugar junkie. I don't think I realised I was actually fully addicted to it.

It's about making small changes at first and adding foods to your diet before you take any away; start with one extra vegetable or fruit at every meal, and hey, presto, that's 21 portions a week.

There are so many amazing plant-based foods out there that I don't feel the urge to eat tofu bacon.

My problem with the word 'clean' is that it has become too complicated. It has become too loaded. When I first read the term, it meant natural, unprocessed. Now it doesn't mean that at all. It means diet. It means fad.

The first recipe I made was a disaster. I'd been chopping and pressing dates to create a raw brownie, and I thought it would work even better if I blended them in a food processor. So I went and bought one specially. When my boyfriend at the time came over to try the results, he took one bite and spat it out - I'd left the plastic on the blades.

When I first started blogging, I kept it a secret from my friends and then started to show a few people, and it snowballed from there.

The most important thing is to snack on things that are filled with real food and nourishing ingredients that will leave you feeling energised and happy.

My illness is now in remission, and on a day-to-day basis, I truly feel amazing. I wake up with such incredible energy, which I never had before my illness, and I really feel so in tune with my body.

Just because I like being healthy doesn't mean I can't have fun - I don't drink excessively, but I'll have a couple of vodka-and-sodas.

If you eat broccoli steamed or boiled, it's not very exciting, but you can roast it with things like turmeric and make it amazing. It's all about how you cook something and what you pair it with.

I think the smell of something is so important, especially when you're putting it on your face.

As I started eating more natural foods and thinking about what I was putting into my body, I became more interested in what I was putting on it, too.

I can smell bacon sizzling or chicken roasting and appreciate the aroma, but I don't want to eat it.

Growing up, my dad was the ultimate person for open-mindedness.

For lunch, I tend to eat leftovers. I'm always recipe testing, so I tend to enjoy whatever is left in the fridge. I'm a big snacker, too.

Blogs are amazing, and I'm so grateful to mine for giving me such a great platform to explore other ideas, but it's just not practical to scroll through 30 pages of blog to find a dinner recipe.

I wouldn't ever have believed I would marry so young, but it was love at first sight, so there was no point in holding back for the sake of it.

If you only buy one kitchen gadget at uni, make it a NutriBullet.They're relatively small and inexpensive, and they make it so incredibly easy to get all of your portions of fruit and vegetables every day.

Before I changed my diet, every time I ate, my torso would feel burning hot, and the areas around my lymph nodes would really ache.

Stay true to yourself, engage with your followers, and ignore the critics.

I love knowing exactly what you're putting onto your skin and about the ingredient benefits of those products.

I don't make big promises about losing weight or anything like that. I just suggest things that people can make to make them feel good.

I work out most days, normally first thing, and then I just see where the day takes me. I recipe test most days, do lots of social media and emails, but nothing else is constant. Some days, I film YouTube videos; other days, I have lots of meetings, work on blog posts, brainstorm ideas, and work on upcoming projects.

It's crazy to think my blog is being read by people around the world.

Honestly, I have been able to accept my father's new relationship because you get to that point with your parents that you realise it's their life, not yours.

I don't know what would happen to me if I ate a bacon sandwich, but I'm just not interested.

There's no such thing as 'bad' food or 'good' food.

You've got to introduce people to things in a way they're going to enjoy.

If you're struggling with that sweet tooth, try making healthy sugar swaps using things like honey, maple syrup, and medjool dates. These are all completely natural and will satisfy any sweet cravings.

You have to separate the negative into two categories - half of it is sensible, constructive things that has made us better. But half of the negative online is negative for the sake of being negative, and it's important for us to remember it's okay they don't like us, and sometimes there's no point in engaging in that.

I think it's really important to find the right balance for you - a way of eating and living that satisfies you physically and mentally - and that's different for everyone.

It was back in 2011 that everything changed. I was not a healthy eater at all. Up until that point, I was a student and a complete sugar addict.

I love yoga, pilates, boxing, spinning, and weight lifting and tend to do a mix of them all.

Healthy eating isn't supposed to be about self-denial; it's not a punishment.

I eat the way I do because I really enjoy it but also because it's the only thing I've found that helps me manage the illness I had, and that plays a big part in it.

The things I cook and eat on a regular basis are really inexpensive.

I don't want people to see healthy eating as a diet. I want it to be satisfying food that everyone takes pleasure in eating.

I don't really have a 9-5, which I love, as every day is so different.

Believe me, there's nothing I hate more than feeling hungry.