To raise awareness of Eating Disorder week I have collected others experiences of this horrific illness to help people get a better understanding and know that recovery is possible. I have so much love and respect for everyone who has contributed as it takes a lot of courage and bravery to speak so openly about something that has consumed your life. This is the reality … Continue reading ED Awarness week: Shared stories
Militant, extreme, far left.. some of the names I have heard people call vegan activists but terrorists? That’s definitely a new one for me. When did resistance and compassion become an act of terrorism? I was recently faced with this question after Journalist Joel Day contacted me. I must admit, I was pretty shocked when I heard this but was willing to offer answers to … Continue reading Veganism the new Terrorism?
From the 27th February to the 5th of March is Eating Disorder Awareness week. I will be sharing my story and support links throughout the week. Please contact me if you would also like to share something on my blog! This isn’t my usual blog post and I understand that a lot of people may be confused by this but I wanted to share with … Continue reading Living with ED.
‘Gluten Free’ a word that has become increasingly popular in the past few years but is it really bad for you? I will be exploring as much as I know about Gluten! Get clued up before you start restricting foods from your diet. First of all let me tell you what Gluten actually is. It is a general name for the proteins found in wheat … Continue reading Is Gluten bad for you?
I was very fortunate to discover and try a new vegan chocolate that totally wowed me, and pretty much all the people who attended Vegan Life Live last month. Octo Chocolate is a fairly new chocolate company based in London. Their products have already hit the shelves of Harrods and online stores and I’m about to tell you why… Octo put immense attention to detail into … Continue reading New Raw Vegan Chocolate!
HeartCure Clothings new range launch and exciting first ever Vegan social platform! Some people may have already heard of HeartCure Clothing after visiting Vegfest or via their online store, if not then you are in for a new wardrobe refresh! HeartCure Clothing is the only completely vegan non-profit company, owned by the lovely Georgia and Jordan (honestly one of the nicest couples I know!) All … Continue reading HeartCure Re-Launch!
Berlin, named the most vegan friendly city in the world! Of course I had to have myself a trip there soley to explore the food choices and to see if all the hype was really true. So we stayed at a hostel I have been to before called ‘the Heart of Gold’. It’s super cheap and offers free tea and coffee and free breakfast if … Continue reading Eating Vegan in Berlin: Top 10
LET’S GET TOPICAL. Vevolution announce monthly vegan education events here in London starting this February! The vegan momentum in London continues to build as Vevolution releases a new series of monthly vegan events. As you may remember me mentioning, last November vegan education and technology company Vevolution held Europe’s biggest ever vegan conference (which I attended and can vouch for!) Today they announced a new … Continue reading Let’s get topical.. Vevolution release new education events!
I’m sure a lot of you have already heard about Veganuary.. and it’s never too late to join in! For those who haven’t heard about it, Veganuary is a charity that aims to support people in their transition to a vegan lifestyle during the month of January – a great start to the year I think! ‘Veganuary aims to reduce the suffering of animals by … Continue reading Go Vegan this January!
‘Thanksgiving Day should be turned into a National Day of Atonement to acknowledge the genocide of America’s indigenous peoples.’ Understanding the true meaning behind thanksgiving will leave you wondering why Americans still seem to celebrate oppression with death. Yes, they are celebrating the genocide of Americas indigenous people with a turkeys corpse. We should be giving thanks and being grateful every day, seeing the beauty … Continue reading Why we shouldn’t celebrate Thanksgiving.