Category Archives: History

This isn’t cinnamon coated : My Stats

Hello! Allow me to introduce myself – I’m Ms Chai Latte and I’m new to The Shrinking Violets. While I’m certainly shrinking, until recently, I was shy about it. And then when I realised how much I had already accomplished, … Continue reading

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A bit of a broccoli head

A friend asked me once, if I could choose only five foods to eat for the rest of my life, what would they be. Broccoli was my number one pick – hence why I chose to be Little Miss Broccoli. … Continue reading

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Ms Lean Beef – The Hunter

For reasons that I am sure I do not need to explain, we are obviously not using our real names.  Our pseudonyms were chosen by us based on our favorite foods – and I love meat! I was given a … Continue reading

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Why Salmon-Sushi?

So… why did I choose to be Ms Salmon-Sushi? To be honest, I am terrible at decisions, no matter how trivial they may seem! So… when asked to choose a name of a food I like, I chose what I … Continue reading

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My Nom de plum(e)

When asked to pick a health snack for my screen name on the Shrinking Violets blog, my mind went straight to the plum. Quite simply, I love the plums, and I’ve been eating a lot of them lately. They’re yummy, … Continue reading

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Why Ms Pretzel?

I am all about the chips and dip. I freaking love savoury goodies. I have a sweet tooth too, however a mouth full of fillings has curbed that somewhat. (Nothing like severe pain when you eat sugar to discourage you … Continue reading

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Who doesn’t love a strawberry?

So why did I choose to be a strawberry? Well, who doesn’t love a good strawberry (or a few, or quite a lot)? Strawberries are my favourite fruit and the best part about them is that they are such a … Continue reading

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