This week I’m happy to announce a new mini ebook that I’ve created to help others go veggie! This ebook, titled Going Veggie: How to Substitute Your Favourite Meals, is available to purchase on Fiverr, and whenever you buy it you get full access to the PDF download to browse at your leisure. It’s full of some great tips and information, as well as four recipes accompanied by full-colour photos.
This is a topic that comes up a lot for bloggers, and having done this for a while now, I thought I’d share my two cents (perhaps quite literally). It has become a common perception that you can make a lot of money from blogging, but this isn’t really the case – at least, not for the majority of bloggers. It costs money to buy a domain and host a website, let alone to try all of the things you plan to review or blog about. So where does that money come from – and how can you make a little extra cash?
So this week I wanted to share with you some of the images that I’ve taken, available for you to use as stock. I sell through PicFair as their terms are great for photographers, so please do go ahead and check them out. If you’re a photographer yourself, you should consider signing up in order to see what kind of sales you can make!
It’s time for a veggie living post today! I know we have a bit of a tendency to just shove everything in the fridge to try and keep it fresh, but sometimes that’s actually not the best option. Even if you have some leftovers that you want to eat tomorrow, storing them away in a cold place might not be the right thing to do. Here are five foods that you should never, under any circumstances, be putting in the fridge.
As we are so close to Christmas, I just wanted to wish all of our readers a happy festive season. Here’s hoping that the presents you wished for are under the tree, Christmas dinner is cooked to perfection, and the New Year brings in the promise of an even happier 2016!
This week I wanted to tell you about some delicious sweets we have been snacking on ever since we last visited Shoreditch. In my photographic work I often spend a lot of time around the Shoreditch area, as I just love to shoot there. While walking along the Boxpark shop front after my last shoot day, we came across Sugarsin, a very appealing sweet shop.
This week I wanted to let you know about some of my favourite cooking tips. When I started this blog I could just about cook pasta and not much else, but as I have experimented and grown I have picked up a lot of little quirks that make things easier or tastier. Here are my top five killer veggie cooking tips for vegetarians that have helped me so far.
This week we were able to try out a great Japanese green tea product which the folks over at Kineta were kind enough to send to us. This single estate matcha tea is organic, veggie- and vegan-friendly, and offers a boost of vitality for your system. It also comes in a cute little tin!
Eating healthy is all about making the right choices at the right times. Unfortunately, however, your body also needs to eat – and sometimes you get hungry in-between meals. It is tempting to deny yourself food in order to try to stay slim, but really, the best course of action is to choose healthy snacks, you can include red ginseng in your diet. This prevents hunger and allows you to stay healthy, keeping your body fuelled up for longer and helping you to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Recently we spent some time in France, with a week first in the Loire region. We stayed in a beautiful countryside cottage, which was absolute bliss – surrounded by the moos of cows and not much else, we were able to relax and enjoy home cooked food in the evenings. We also ventured out each day to explore the nearby regions, including some magnificent châteaux, some local towns, and a few other tourist spots. I then went on to stay at Berny-Riviere for another week while J returned home to work – one of the joys of being a freelancer is not having to worry about how much holiday time you’re taking!