Despite the recent rise in people adopting veganism (or plant based diets at least), there are still so many misconceptions about vegans. I thought I’d run through a few of the more common ones, and give a little more insight on them from my point of view.
As the weather gets warmer, and the sun stays out for longer, it’s no surprise that everyone’s all about the summer and tropical themed life; including their planners! To be keeping in with the summer and tropical theme, I thought I’d share some of my favourite summer and tropical themed planner printables, which you can print, cut and use over and over again – meaning you save money on planner stickers, and can use the designs whenever you fancy it!
This post is PACKED FULL of gorgeous, summery printables, so hold tight!
I’ve always been a bit wary of raw vegan desserts after a bad experience at a birthday meal with friends (not my birthday, I’m all about the cake!) where the cake just turned out to be flavoured nice cream on top of a nut and date base… not as nice as it had been made out to me! HOWEVER… I did know that there were some blooming awesome raw vegan cakes on the market; I’d just not been lucky to experience them yet! So I spent so long gawping at all these gorgeous looking raw vegan cakes and cheesecakes, until the lovely Nicola from The Kleen Kitchen got in touch with me, asking if I’d like to try a selection of her vegan and gluten free raw vegan cakes. Well of course I had to say yes! This was finally my opportunity to give this kind of cake a try!
When planning a wedding or party, it’s really important to get the little details right! I’ve seen lots of people get engaged, start planning their weddings, and ask for ideas for crafty wedding supplier ideas. The lovely Claire who is the brains behind the Fairytale Fair recently held her first wedding fair – the Happy Ever After Fair – and I thought I’d showcase some of my favourite of the makers I met there.