11.7.18

Lettuce test your wellbeing with Vegan Healthlabs*

Today I have a feature blog post for you, I have recently been talking with some of the people over at Healthlabs.com, and learning all about their vegan health tests. The vegan health tests are not only designed to help vegans figure out if their bodies are lacking in any nutrients, but are also designed to help others work out if they have any underlying allergies, and if adopting veganism can help combat the symptoms

Before we go any further, I will admit to you that I am not a vegan, but I am a big supporter of the vegan lifestyle - I am completely against animal cruelty, animal testing, and killing animals for no good reason (what good reason is there?)  The thing is, that doesn't stop me from eating meat

I try to live my life as cruelty free as possible, that is in every way except diet. I have tried veganism but if I am being honest I just couldn't hack it - I tried, I really did but after a few months I felt incredibly sluggish, low, and constantly lacking in energy.  That was until I caved and found myself in a Burger King devouring a big fat cheese burger. I felt incredibly bad, but my insides felt incredibly good. 


21.6.18

IS THE ODEON LIMITLESS WORTH THE PRICE TAG?

Yes.

Well for me it is anyway... sort of.

14.6.18

THE NOWHERE GIRLS - AMY REED || BOOK REVIEW

This past week I have been reading The Nowhere Girls, a book I picked up during my April Book Haul

The Nowhere Girls is a book that everyone should read - it not only features a diverse range of characters, but it focuses on a number of issues that are prominent in the world we live in today. It delivers a powerful message about consent and shows that even the most unlikely people are able to make a difference.


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Trigger Warning: Rape and sexual assault, slut shaming, and, homophobia

14.5.18

APRIL BOOK HAUL

Whoops.

As some of you may know, at the beginning of the year I put myself on a six-month book ban meaning that I was not allowing myself to purchase or acquire any books until June 25th. The idea behind it stemmed from wanting to read more of the books I actually own rather than keep buying new ones.

I am honestly surprised that I made it this far without breaking, I thought I would only be able to go a month, so making it to almost four and a half is definitely impressive.

I would like to thank the good people at Waterstones Uxbridge for helping me through this relapse, and when I say helping I mean, recommending more books and the encouraging me to buy them all in a single transaction. I would also like to thank the many publishers at the London Book Fair that just kept giving me books!

I suppose there are worse habits, it's not as if I am snorting coke or anything.

So which books have recently come to live at Casa du Kirstie then? Let's find out!
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