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sometimes it is best to leave the love behind

It is all good, I promise.

Skip the 1st part and scroll down to the second half should you prefer not to hear about the drama. 385 more words

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My Day On A Plate

I’ve been on a plant based diet for 3+ years now after delving a little deeper into the animal agriculture industry’s practises. I recommend seeking out films such as Earthlings, Forks Over Knives, Cowspiracy, and the book ‘Eating Animals’, if you are wondering where your food comes from.  409 more words

Vegan

A Realist Approach To Vegetarianism

The aspect of becoming vegetarian was not something I even considered when I was growing up. As a kid who was almost always sick and maintained a frugal looking body my parents made sure I always ate an adequate amount of everything ; basically the aspect of giving up meat would make them laugh out loud and say ‘ yeah right you are ‘.After university however that was a different story. 1,136 more words

Cooked

I know it’s (probably) a relatively small subset of the population, but as a millenial gal doin’ it for herself, I just do not identify with my homegirls that don’t know how to cook. 784 more words

Vegan

On Being Right and Eating Animals

Too many of us blindly put faith into different authorities, but when it comes to personal health and diet, your self knowledge and gut intuition should be your guide.  2,169 more words

NEWS

Highway to the D̶a̶n̶g̶e̶r̶ Comfort Zone // Emily Wu

Just before I started college this past September, I discovered that embarking on a new milestone mostly meant receiving a flurry of unsolicited advice. From my sleeping schedule (a healthy mix between “you can sleep when you’re dead” and “if you don’t sleep eight hours, you’re gonna regret it”) to my yet-to-be-determined extracurriculars (but God forbid I don’t join any! 2,507 more words

Ultimately Change // Lydia Davidson

On my first day of college at Santa Clara University I was a healthy mix of extremely excited, a little anxious, and completely out of my element.  1,599 more words