It’s all well and good to say you’re trying to reduce and recycle but it takes ages to actually get down to making the small changes that will help you in achieving that goal. When in fact, the smallest changes, that will have the biggest impact, take very little effort. I’ve been challenging myself to step away from single-use plastic and I have no idea why I didn’t make this particular change sooner! Gone are the days of colourful plastic toothbrushes that end up heaven knows where causing destruction on this earth for the next hundred years. We’re going back to basics now, with natural, biodegradable and eco-friendly bamboo toothbrushes. No matter how scared some of us may be of dentists, they do say that you should be changing your toothbrushes at least 3 times…

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Okay so maybe I was too quick to judge, I made a mistake and I am truly honestly sorry if all of you think I’m the biggest hypocrite in the world… turns out, I actually do like Quorn! For a long time I was all like no no it’s too processed and I don’t like the taste but the other day it was kind of just staring me in the face at the supermarket and like it had a little devil horn on its head it tempted me to take it home… and I did. Then I ended up making something that looked AND TASTED so much like traditional bolognese that even I had to remind myself it wasn’t real meat. That being sad, Quorn, being ‘fake meat’, is still processed food, and not entirely…

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I’ve been in a bit of a rut. I was initially going to write a post about how being single in your early 2os is great and how single people are out here having the time of their lives. Then I burst into a big ball of emotions and was like nope nope nope being single is no fun at all and I’m now taking applications for my Sam, Bill and Harry. Which was then followed by looking at myself in the mirror and repeating to myself like some kind of cultic mantra that I’m a strong and independent woman who doesn’t need a man to complete her life. Then I remembered that second semester of uni is starting in the fall and it’s meant to be even harder than the first. Then I was…

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So let’s just say that I am having such a blast trying all out all of London’s best vegan restaurants. Check out the first few that I ventured to in the first few months of my adventure. I’m dedicated to trying them all and making sure that I document all of the best ones for you here. And I don’t want to only find the big ones, oh no, I’m going to find the best Vegan food in the little corners that you least expect, in my area and all over the city. So here’s my second instalment of what is going to be such a fun series of my London/UK vegan experiences! Wild Food Cafe This little spot found in the colourful corner of Neil’s Yard near Covent Garden has the best looking, and…

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