As a vegan, restaurant menus and lunch dates can be tricky to navigate. Although most vegans I know don’t complain, and can always find something on a menu that they can eat, variety is the spice of life, and vegans deserve it outside of their kitchens too!
For this Vegan Spotlight, I decided to venture out of Toronto to one of my favourite vegan spots in St. Catharine’s – Rise Above. This wholesome hotspot is a completely vegan restaurant and bakery that’s known for serving up healthy takes on comfort food and deliciously fresh desserts.
You’ve certainly been there. After a night of tossing and turning, your hands are glued to your coffee mug that’s seen it’s fair share of refills for the morning. Insomnia affects us all from time to time, and it can be a very grueling ailment to grapple with.
There is no denying that eating an unhealthy processed food diet can be easy on the wallet – ramen anyone? However, just because it is cost effective to treat our bodies harmfully by malnourishing them with fake food doesn’t mean that eating healthy automatically breaks the bank.
When you’re cooking wholesome meals, it’s easy to forgo your grocery list and get a little excited packing up your cart with all the in-season vegetables. Therefore, if you’re a vegan and you find that your supermarket bill is adding up a little too high each month, the following are my top tips for eating vegan on a budget:
In this technological era, it can feel almost impossible to imagine spending an entire day without using your cell phone or laptop computer. The dawn of social media has had widespread effects on our society. These platforms have encouraged the general population to become heavily addicted to their electronics – which if you ask me, is a dangerous game to get caught up in!
If you often find yourself cycling through the same three apps on your phone, or refreshing your twitter notifications to check out the latest engagements from your followers, you may be in dire need of a technological detox.