A year ago, I published a whole list of questions for readers to answer in the comments! They are all dedicated to food, aka one of my most loved life subjects. I’d thought I’d throw it back a year ago and tackle them all–unaltered, unedited, the exact same as in the post–now for some fun … More Answering My Old Foodie Questions
Ciao, blog family! Fun fact: ciao is how people say hello in Vietnamese! From what I experienced, a lot of locals are more abrasive and say, “Ay!” Anyhow, I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted another recap of my trip to Vietnam, but don’t worry, they are ready and they are coming your … More Day 2 in Vietnam: Herbal Medicine Temple
BOY OHHHHHHHHH BOY. What. A. Day. I can already say that I probably ate the same amount of fat this day that I usually consume within a week’s span at college. See, that’s the benefit of living in college–you’re forced to stick to the healthy basic staples, you walk everywhere, you live on a budget, … More Vegan Street Fair 2017
Learning to find balance, stabilizing a healthy relationship with exercise, food, health and body image, and most importantly, loving yourself, are all probably the most heavily emphasized components of my blog’s core message. I introduce health and fitness as a means of improving the quality of your life, whether you want to lose weight, tone … More Friday Friend Features: Emmy Vazquez
Something that I’ve been meaning to talk about in depth for quite a long time now is digestion. What always held me back was the fact that unpleasant circumstances caused by indigestion are pretty TMI, and the last thing I want to do is to make people feel uncomfortable when reading my content. And I … More Tips for Optimal Digestion
Are you somebody that’s usually very, very, very hard on yourself? I one hundred and ten-percent am that individual who will get so worked up about making even the tiniest slip-up on anything. If I don’t have a good workout, if I have too much dessert one night, if I make a careless mistake on a quiz, … More Being Vegan: It’s Okay to Make Mistakes
Dear Dani Mathers, We’re all human, right? I’m sure that you know precisely why what you did was inconsiderate, superficial, disturbing, and frankly, downright foolish. I forgive you for apologizing and having to deal with the influx of comments coming at your way–some well-deserved, others are pretty ruthless without real significance. And I’m sure that … More Dear Dani Mathers: Yes, I’m Not Satisfied With My Body. No, You Don’t Have to Capture it for the World to See.