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Rich or poor, we’re not as unequal as we are led to believe

By Sarah Moore | Jul 15, 2018

I hear a lot of talk about wealth vs poverty, of abundance vs want, of haves vs have nots. I hear a lot about the apparent inequality of such extremes. And, on the one hand, it is an inequality because, put simply, some people have more money and material possessions at their direct disposal than…

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The World Cup could be coming home but there’s a far greater prize and it’s available to us all

By Sarah Moore | Jul 10, 2018

Apparently the nation’s going a little bit crazy about football. I suppose it’s understandable. After all, England are through to the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years. For a bit of perspective, the last time England were in a World Cup semi-final, I’d only just started school. So it’s perhaps no…

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When life gives you lemons, write a book about lemons

By Sarah Moore | Jul 3, 2018

Today I celebrated the dispatch of the first set of book orders by going clothes shopping. Okay, that’s not entirely accurate. I actually went clothes shopping because the heatwave is showing no signs of subsiding and approximately 0.02% of the contents of my wardrobe were suitable for wearing in this heat without the risk of…

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Is For the Love of Lentil just for women? In a word: no.

By Sarah Moore | Jun 24, 2018

Since Gary and I unveiled our book, For the Love of Lentil, to the world, we’ve received questions about who it’s for and I thought it was about time I answered these questions publicly for you all. The main questions we’ve had have been: 1. Is the book just for women? 2. Is it just…

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Welcome to the website!

By Sarah Moore | Jun 19, 2018

A big hello and welcome to Eight months ago when I imagined what my life would be like now my dreams involved being surrounded by hundreds of nappies with a crying baby and plenty of sleepless nights. Eight months on and my reality sees me surrounded by cardboard book wraps with a sleeping cat…

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