You can get more money but you can’t get more time

Do you ever feel like you’ve wasted time? Or money? Or both? What should we be doing with these things anyways? Spending money? Spending our time? Or spending both? …or saving both? Saving both to use in the future, saving for a better life. What happens if it’s gone tomorrow and we never got toContinue reading “You can get more money but you can’t get more time”

‘But we’ve always done it this way’ – the most dangerous phrase in our language

https://www.euronews.com/living/2021/01/27/every-argument-for-killing-animals-debunked-the-ethical-case-for-veganism?fbclid=IwAR1M5c9-AJkZkeT7HI_OtB4Hggb5MFeKlrp7AiiXcsWyMlIq9bMd6oYq9XA “Does legality equal morality?” “What has higher value, taste or life?” I love this article from Earthling Ed. It’s a really well-rounded debate debunking many anti-Vegan myths. Quite literally food for thought that makes us delve deeper into what goes onto our plates and how it gets there. There’s always another side to theContinue reading “‘But we’ve always done it this way’ – the most dangerous phrase in our language”

Ginger Tea: the root of all happiness?

Ginger. I feel it’s like Marmite. You either love it or you hate it. No fgs, I don’t mean the hair colour. This… Ginger, the flowering plant that was one of the first spices to be exported from Asia arriving in Europe and used extensively by the Ancient Romans and Greeks. We have used itContinue reading “Ginger Tea: the root of all happiness?”

Fibre: a moving post

A disappointing statistic that only 5% adults get their daily amount of dietary fibre which is around 25-38g. “Eat more fibre”. We have definitely all heard this at some point and probably associate high fibre in foods like fruits, vegetables and grains, but why do we need to eat more and what’s the significance ofContinue reading “Fibre: a moving post”