Tomorrow marks my three-month Veganiversary. But I’m still not calling myself a vegan.
The Retreat Kitchen has been on my “must visit” list since it opened its doors in February 2017. Just after its first birthday, I finally made it there. It was worth the wait.
Continue reading “Vegan Brunch at The Retreat Kitchen in London”
Valentine’s Schmalentines. Anyone with me?
And no, it’s not because I’m single. Even when I’ve been in relationships at this time of year, I’ve found the whole Valentine’s Day thing a bit cheesy and naff. (If you’re into it, that’s totally cool! You do you.)
But last year everything changed…
As the longest month of the year is finally over and we’re making our way through February, how many people are still enthused about their New Year’s health kicks or diets? Continue reading “My Thoughts After One Month Using the Nutribuddy Breakfast Shake”
If you follow me on social media, you may already know that I’m participating in Veganuary this year. It’s something I’ve been meaning to undertake for several years running but have never quite found myself committing to.
I’m not one for strict “diets”. However, that doesn’t mean that I’m averse to a bit of a health boost from time to time. Like many people, this desire often kicks in around the New Year.
Not only did I sign up to Veganuary this year but I also wanted to make a conscious effort to make healthier choices as much as possible. Continue reading “My First Impressions of the Nutribuddy Breakfast Shake”
My blog went pretty quiet in December. I went back “home home” to Sydney for my first family Christmas in almost a decade (!) and despite my best intentions to blog whilst away, my time was spent enjoying myself with family and friends.
I did spend a lot of time eating, which I like to think of as blog prep. And now that I’m back in chilly London, I’m excited to relive a little summer by sharing my best foodie finds from Sydney.
A few months ago I did some pretty serious ligament damage to my ankle whilst playing netball. I’ve been on the lookout for something to help ease the pain and discomfort as it ever-so-slowly heals.
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to make it to Vegfest London. Somehow, I always seem to be overseas when it’s on! So I was extra excited to make it to this year’s event, held at London Olympia from 21st to 22nd October. Continue reading “Vegan Events: VegfestUK London 2017”
Norway may not be known for its meat-free cuisine but modern capital Oslo is happily full of veggie-friendly eateries. Continue reading “Travel Bites: The Best Vegan and Vegetarian Food in Oslo”
I have a cookbook obsession.
I find shiny new cookbooks so hard to resist and my shelf is practically sagging under the weight of them. Continue reading “Five Vegan Cookbooks You Need in Your Collection”
Even at 30, my skin still thinks it’s in its teens most of the time. Typically oily with pores that may just be visible from space, it’s certainly spot-prone. Thanks, genetics. Continue reading “My Top 12 Cruelty-Free Face Masks Under £12!”