If I had a penny for every time I heard ‘I’m being good’, I’d never have to work again. When I am not trying to save the world, one blog post at a time, I’m working a pretty typical office job for a relatively large […]
Month: July 2017
I’ll start off by saying: I am not qualified chef. Nor do I have any particular knowledge of Indian cooking. I make everything up on the spot. Ironically, I struggle to follow recipes. I tend to scan them, take inspiration, and then do my own […]
I’ve always been a compassionate person. I’m the first guy in the cinema to burst into tears at films, I try to be as kind as I can and I’m prone to feeling anxiety and fear when I think I’ve offended someone (which happens more than I’d like unfortunately.)
Veganism is an awakening. Once you are ‘woke’, it is very difficult to go back to sleep. For nearly 24 years, I consumed all meat, dairy and egg products as if it were completely normal and that’s probably because it is completely normal in today’s society, and […]
Both Craig and I have cherished memories of trips to Newcastle’s Quayside Market from our respective childhoods, where grabbing a bite to eat usually meant chips in a cone and, if you were good, a bag of sugar-coated donuts to top off the day browsing the […]
In June, we ventured to Berlin to celebrate Craig’s 26th birthday. We couldn’t have chosen a better destination for our first fully vegan trip away. After spending several weeks researching the German capital’s best vegan bars and restaurants, we knew we were in for a treat. Armed with a Google Doc listing all the places we were desperate to try, we headed to Berlin with open minds and empty bellies – excited to try everything the city had to offer!