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Winter favourites: lifestyle/ nutrition/ fitness/ cruelty free makeup

With the winter season coming to an end, slowly but steadily- I thought it would be helpful to share my winter favourites! I believe that 'monthly favourites' are more of a theme amongst blogs, but I don't quite think that my life as a final year University student as as versatile for it to change… Continue reading Winter favourites: lifestyle/ nutrition/ fitness/ cruelty free makeup

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“Instagram doesn’t reflect real life,” but it doesn’t have to conform to social perceptions!

Over the past year, I've noticed a significant escalation in the amount of people who preach that social media doesn't reflect real life. A move towards a more self aware state of existence is undoubtedly positive, as it shows that people are becoming more comfortable with the idea that our life doesn't have to conform to… Continue reading “Instagram doesn’t reflect real life,” but it doesn’t have to conform to social perceptions!

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“Beyond Carnism” – An interview with Jeff Mannes.

We’re all undoubtedly eager to meet someone we look up to, whether it’s our favourite journalist, actor, or author. In a nutshell, we all look up to public figures at some point in our life for inspiration or through mere gratitude. One of my most admired public figures is Melanie Joy- a vegan advocate that describes… Continue reading “Beyond Carnism” – An interview with Jeff Mannes.

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My history with food & fitness – extended BIO

You never really realise how much your upbringing can affect your life; the choices you make, your patterns of thinking, and the way you evolve as an individuals, until you take a step back and trace the root causes of certain decisions. Our childhood plays such a vital role in our relationship with food and fitness, but… Continue reading My history with food & fitness – extended BIO

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Why animal cruelty videos aren’t converting people to veganism

We've all come across animal cruelty videos on the internet and despite their initial appeal to our deepest and most compassionate emotions, feelings of guilt and sympathy seem to quickly fade away. Most of us tend to know where our food comes from, yet the animal farming industry has so perfectly ingrained the normality of it into our stream… Continue reading Why animal cruelty videos aren’t converting people to veganism

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My ethical transition to a vegan lifestyle

Growing up in Cyprus, one of the Mediterranean’s most visited islands for its crystal clear beaches and densely sourced meat and cheese, probably makes me one of the least likely people to be advocating a plant based vegan diet on the internet. Yet, here I am... two and a half years later, loving my lifestyle more than ever before.… Continue reading My ethical transition to a vegan lifestyle