Rosalilium | UK Lifestyle Blog | Wellbeing, Food, Travel, Interiors and Style
UK Lifestyle blog from award-winning blogger Elizabeth Sellers. Food, fashion, beauty, vintage and travel. Rosalilium is a place to share Elizabeth's path to a positive and intentional lifestyle with a focus on wellbeing in all aspects of life.
I first made this Spanish-style casserole of Chicken, Chorizo and Chickpeas about 8 years ago and it was one of the first recipes I published on my blog. Of course, my food photography skills were not that great back then so all I could show my readers was a grainy, blurry, close-up that did this delicious dish no favours at all. Last night, on a whim, I decided to make this for our dinner. It was one of those days […]
Self-care is all about creating an awareness about ourselves in a mental, physical and spiritual way and forming habits that help us live to our full potential. It’s not selfish to prioritise self-care, because we can’t be a fully productive member of society and our communities if we don’t take care of ourselves first. After all, we have to put on our own oxygen mask before helping others … (a version of this post first appeared in 2016, it’s since […]
Chocolate brownies are probably my favourite baked product. As it is I am a chocoholic, and I love something sweet and decadent to go with my cup of tea. I’ve been making these gooey chocolate brownies for years now and I find this recipe super easy to follow. It is always a big hit when I make this for my guests and I love that these chocolate brownies fill my house with a dreamy chocolate scent. This recipe originally came […]
That is correct, I did my own wedding make-up. I realised a few weeks ago that I hadn’t blogged about my wedding make-up. I was scrolling through social media and I spotted a bride-to-be asking about wedding make-up artists and costs and whether anyone had done their own. I jumped in with my own experience and remembered that this was something I had wanted to blog about back when I got married. You see, before I got married I couldn’t […]
Stepping into who you are is tricky. It’s hard to separate out what society and the prevailing culture wants for us, what it tells us to do, what it tells us is right. We get weighed down by the should’s and squish down our own truth. We get swept up in expectations and process that we often don’t even critically assess beforehand. It all just sweeps us away. And before you know it, we have lost track of who we […]