Whats in The Vegan Kind Box? | July 2020

Hi everyone! I hope you're all well. So today I'm sharing with you the contents of my new favourite subscription box - The Vegan Kind. In case you didn't know, The Vegan Kind is the UK's most popular vegan subscription box, filled with an array of treats each month (usually with something non-edible thrown into … Continue reading Whats in The Vegan Kind Box? | July 2020

Cooking with Schwartz | 3 Easy Recipes Anyone Can Make | AD

*This post is paid in partnership with Schwartz. This does not affect any opinions or views expressed*   Hello everyone! I hope you're all well. I turned 22 two days ago and am soaring quicker towards actual adulthood than I would like to. To go with the fact that getting a year older=adulting and adulting= supposedly getting … Continue reading Cooking with Schwartz | 3 Easy Recipes Anyone Can Make | AD

3 Places For a Great Sunday Roast in Brighton

Hi everyone! I hope you're all doing fabulously. Not to sound like *that* girl, but after 3.5 months in humid, gloriously hot and sweaty Asia, I really have not become accustomed back to shitty English weather just yet. I'll sit in the house in a full coat and scarf, cocooned in my duvet, and still have chattering … Continue reading 3 Places For a Great Sunday Roast in Brighton

Review: Purezza, Brighton – The UK’s First Vegan Pizzeria

Hey everyone! I hope you're all doing well. As if I really need to incorporate more pizza into my diet recently (two trips to Italy=severe bloating) I had to jump at the chance of reviewing one of my most favourite restaurants in Brighton - Purezza. I say severe bloating - I wouldn't be totally wrong to … Continue reading Review: Purezza, Brighton – The UK’s First Vegan Pizzeria

Review: Oblix East at The Shard, London

Hey everyone! I hope you're all well. Back in November my boyfriend and I stayed in London for our 3 year anniversary. We wanted to go somewhere really special for our evening meal, and The Shard immediately came to mind for me. Despite being rather scared of heights and imagining a dramatic death every time … Continue reading Review: Oblix East at The Shard, London