Inside dietary choices and ethics for someone with an Eating Disorder.
I would say that for many years, I've been the Pumpkin Spiced Latte queen. I was exposed to coffee a lot earlier than most, and adored the taste from day one... so, of course I one day tried this magical autumnal drink and fell in love. At my local Starbucks from about the age of… Continue reading Cosy cup: Hello Pumpkin Spice (Vegan)
It's definitely fair to say that if there's one thing I get excited about, it's finding new vegan food. Accidental finds or large retailers purposely putting themselves onto the vegan market, I'm sure to do two things; want to try it; want to tell other people about it. I visit Pret A Manger, an ethical… Continue reading Vegan treats on the High Street: Pret A Manger launches new cookie
It was only a matter of weeks ago that, courtesy of my close friend Claire, who blogs over at Rainbows And Thunderstorms, I discovered a glorious fact... Greggs' Belgian Buns are vegan. Being a southerner, our primary high street bakery source is Greggs', the only other real option for sweet treats being independent bakeries and if… Continue reading Vegan treats on the high street: Greggs’ Belgian Buns
A response to Kim Kardashian's toxic behaviour, in which I promote self love and the instinct of intuitive eating.
Upon my return from Paris the UK saw some darn good weather, so I certainly could not complain about not being on holiday on that front. Of course, good weather is a fair motive for leaving the house on a day off (if you can), so my first Friday back I went for a roam… Continue reading The Haute-st Spot in Watford
Iceland are giving us No Bull when it comes to meat-free alternatives... whether you're a meat eater and looking to reduce your consumption, or a fully fledged vegan, I promise you, these burgers are something you'll want to try. My dad bought me a pack of 'No Bull' burgers at the beginning of the week,… Continue reading Iceland are giving us No Bull: An alternative you’ll love