The year is going very quickly and back in January I made a resolution to eat in 10 (I think it was 10) different vegetarian restaurants and write a review for you. Well, i have been very fortunate to have travelled a lot this year
I was in Chicago a couple of weeks back, and my work colleagues took me to the Blind Faith Cafe in Evanston, about 45 minutes outside of Chicago. Mindful of my 2014 new year's resolution, I wanted to share my experience with you just in
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Well I am finally back in the UK after two weeks in the US for what turned out to be a trip full of inspiration; interesting new contacts and some life-long experiences. I've come back with plenty of ideas for new posts and products for
Hey, I hope you had a great Easter which now seems like a bit of a distant memory. Even more distant are those new year's resolutions! Yes, it seems strange talking about new year's resolutions in April, but i wanted to bring this little topic
Another step closer to achieving one of my 2014 resolutions: 'I will personally eat at 20 different vegetation, vegan or raw restaurants around the world by December and write a review on my blog for you.’ At a completely different level altogether is Vanilla Black.
Vantra's new Oxford Street Location Well, we're now two months through the year and by this point, only the committed are still sticking to their new year's resolutions! Fortunately i am still in this group and I haven’t forgotten my goal and commitment
So as January gallops past, I haven't forgotten my goal and commitment at the start of the year: ‘I will personally eat at 20 different vegetation, vegan or raw restaurants around the world by December and write a review on my blog for you.’ Last
I listened to an interesting interview this morning which got me thinking more about goals, not how to set them, but how to help you achieve them! One particular stat interested me. Apparently, research has shown that the chances of achieving a goal increase by