Once Upon A Time, on a tiny dot on the map of the world, known as the Seychelles, lived a quiet vanilla girl with big dreams. Fast forward a few years, after many heartbreaks, friendships, buffets and plane tickets, I’m based in the beautiful city of London, where I’m currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at Queen Mary University.

I’ve made it my goal in my spare time to see more of this beautiful world we live in, learning more about various ways of life in order to understand the relationships we have amongst ourselves and with the environment.

I’m the girl who wants to find the balance between living a modern and progressive life while still respecting and embracing the traditions and values that created the societies of our world.

Visiting beautiful places is enriching, eating delicious vegan food is sensational and speaking to people is eye-opening. If you wait for the ‘right time’ to start your journey, the right time will pass you by. So the right time, is now.


Ever since I was a little girl, my family would travel and I have had some beautiful experiences of the cultures that make up our diverse world. My adventures have only just begun.

It’s never too late or too early to seek to see all the corners of the world and to understand the people that make it up. I want to show you that it is possible to balance the desire for the ‘traditional’ way of life of work or university and that craving for something more exciting and adventurous.

I want to show you that you can have both a comfortable city or beach holiday and a rural backpack adventure on a reasonable budget (maybe not at the same time though!)

Our generation is the one that will break the mold. We can do anything, and we should do everything.

Travel with me to see the wonders of our planet, both natural and manmade, and join me in experiencing the everyday magic of human interaction and learning the things that will maybe, just maybe, allow us to one day solve our differences and create a world free of it’s current plagues.


Last year I embarked on a vegan adventure, in the hopes of discovering more about a lifestyle that could potentially help save our planet while at the same time making our society the healthiest and strongest version of itself.

The world has enough resources to feed our needs, but not to feed our greed and it’s time for a reassessment of the way we can heal and in the future treat, our injured planet.

I don’t believe in forcing a concept or a label onto people who have lived their lives based on hundreds of years of tradition. I want to propagate a message of sustainability and respect for Mother Nature.

I want to help you ask yourself why you eat the things you do and to encourage you to be interested in where your food comes from. To show you that it is vital to understand the effect that food has on your body and on the world around you.

It’s okay to love food, I adore food, so allow me to show you that there are tastes beyond your wildest expectations out there if you open your mind to the possibilities.




You’re welcome to connect with me on Instagram, Bloglovin or Pinterest.

In the meantime, sit back, grab some Oreos and I can’t wait to see what life has to offer us next.




  1. January 19, 2019 / 5:19 am


    My name is Ella Scot and I’m a blogger and content writer. I came across your site = https://vanillavadz.com/

    Impressed by the content that you published. If possible I’d like to write a sponsored post, similar to your past content.
    With that in mind I’d like to ask:

    1. Are there any terms and conditions for submitting a sponsored post/Guest Post to your website?

    2. What are the charges for publishing the sponsored post?

    Let me know if you’re interested.

    Best Regards,
    Ella Scot

    • Vadz
      January 19, 2019 / 9:59 am

      Hi Ella,

      Thank you very much for reaching out! I’d love to discuss this some more with you. If you could send me an email at vanillavadzofficial@gmail.com and we can have a chat.

      Looking forward to hearing from you.



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