I have to admit Pokemon Go has benefitted my life in many ways. I’ve met new people, increased my number of daily steps and discovered many new places and works of art. And all of this because of a free phone game? It’s awesome! Last weekend after brunch at Veggie Galaxy (naturally) I ended up… Continue reading Oh, the places you’ll go, playing Pokemon Go! Cambridge, MA
In case you didn’t know, I’m adopting an adorable kitty! However, I really want to change her name. Currently, she is named Trixie, but I don’t particularly like that name and she doesn’t appear to respond to it…at all. So I’ve been trying to think of different names for her and everyone seems to have an… Continue reading Help me name my kitty!
**I tried to post this last week but I haven’t been able to get the photos from my phone** Spring is (technically) here and I have been celebrating! I painted my nails in pastels for Easter. We dressed up the dog. And tried all the vegan donuts flavors at Union Square donuts! Yes, I… Continue reading Happy Spring!
I made vegan rainbow cake in a jar last week. Not only did it look cool, but it tasted amazing! I know, I’m supposed to be off sugar, but it was one of my good friend’s birthday so I had to make an exception. Plus, I had PMS and the cure for that is sugar,… Continue reading Vegan Rainbow Cake in a Jar
Did you know that March 1st is National Pig Day? I found out this Tuesday, when one of my students mentioned it in passing, as if we should all ready know about it. They celebrated in the children’s clinic by posting pig balloons, cute pictures of pigs, pig toys, a pig day cake and adorable pig… Continue reading My Week in Review…
(Found here) Are you vegan? Good question! I asked myself this a lot last year when I was going through my vegan-transition process. Could I really be called a vegan if I sometimes cheated? What if I regularly cheated? If I let myself eat vegetarian when I went out to restaurants on weekends? If I… Continue reading Can I call myself vegan?: For anyone struggling with judgmental vegans
I was raised to be a feminist and a vegetarian. (found here) My mom, who was open and vocal about her strong belief in feminism, animal rights and the importance of an education, had a huge impact on me. However, I experienced considerable opposition to these particular identities a child. I went to a public… Continue reading Cooking as a Feminist Act