About Me – Tiffin and Tea
Hi All! I’m Safira. Welcome to my little place on the net.
Here you will find simple and light recipes, that are mostly quick to make. You will also begin to see more and more recipes focussed around natural healing. I am currently studying Naturopathy and Herbalism. I strongly believe that what we eat can affect the mind, body and soul. Some of the changes that have come about on the blog have come as a direct result of my studying.
Tiffin and Tea was born when we decided that we (me and the husband) wanted to eat better and reclaim our health. Everyday, i would pack a tiffin for my husband to take to work with him. In it was a variety of healthy foods/snacks that helped keep him far away from junk food. The other reason we loved the name was because i always associate a tiffin with travelling and that is something we both want to do a lot of. Oh and one more reason..we both LOVE tea. I prefer a simple english breakfast, whilst my husband has a 20 minute brewed ginger tea.
In my personal life, we have 2 very adorable and active children. We have a 5 year old boy and a 4 year old girl. When we aren’t working, they keep us busy. Really, really busy. When the children aren’t keeping me busy, I love to walk. I love walking in nature and sometimes on awkward rocky mountains. I love running streams. I love all kinds of markets and food stalls/events. I’m all for street food! I love the moon, the night sky and trees. I enjoy camping, even more so now we have kids. My love for nature comes from my dad.. I now find myself talking to my own children about the beauty of nature and watching random programmes about penguins with them, just like he did with us. At the opposite end of that scale, I also love to wonder cities. I could literally walk for miles. I love to travel and I love hopping onto trains.
Please please feel free to email me. I would love to hear from you! One of my favourite things ever is when my readers email me directly.
Welcome! Enjoy the blog, take your shoes off, make yourself a cuppa and settle in.