Lemon Pepper Baked Chicken
Cheap and Easy Meal

This baked chicken recipe was needed in our house because of two open bags of corn chips. They were stale and inedible but they were both half full and I couldn’t bare to waste them. So instead, I poured them into my high speed blender and made them into crumbs. As they were plain chips, […]

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Sausages and Mash Potato

Sausages and mash potato (or bangers and mash as Australians and the English call it) is such a classic meal! It takes me back to when I was a kid and Mum would cook this for us on a really cold day. I do yoga on Monday nights so Alex has to cook and it’s […]

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Meal Plan One

A Cheap and Easy Recipe Week This weekend just flew! We had friends come stay from Vancouver and it was so good to see them again. It was crazy that I hadn’t seen them since January but I guess that is Island living, you don’t leave unless you really need to. This week, the meal […]

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Beet and Feta Hash
Cheap and Easy Meal

I love chopping up vegetables, roasting them and then eating them with rice. I don’t know if it is just me but the simplicity, coupled with fresh flavours, just makes me feel happy. For this recipe, I roasted the beets to bring out their earthy flavour and then fried them with one rasher of bacon, […]

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About Olivia

Oh Hey There! I’m Olivia!  I’m an Australian Accredited Nutritionist. What does that mean? I means that I went to university for four years and learnt what real nutrition was over a space of four years. This is instead of getting a certification from doing some e-course on the internet. Food has always been a big […]

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What Does Meal Planning Even Mean?

What does meal planning mean to you? For me, it’s a way to organise meals but also save money, increase the amount of vegetable that I eat and be healthy. Life with Lists has started because every week, I do a grocery list for my boyfriend and I. Sounds simple enough but the difference is […]

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