I started this blog in my second year of university and continued it with the focus of quick, easy meals that aren’t expensive but are delicious. As a student I totally understood the pressures of both time and money management, that are in fact, considerations in most peoples’ lives. Whether you’re a student, a parent of a young one, a travelling backpacker or a working person, this blog can speak to you all. Whatever you are doing in life and wherever you are, food is what sustains you, and learning how to use it as a way of making you feel your absolute best and reaching your highest potential is a wonderful thing. There is now a large collection of recipes on my blog which are based around plant-based goodness and there is also an array of suggestions about leading a healthier lifestyle and keeping it up throughout the different circumstances we find ourselves in.

After graduating from the University of Manchester back in 2015, I moved to Australia to travel, connect to like-minded people and learn more about food, nutrition and wellness. My blog now documents my amazing journey which has taken me further than I ever imagined. What began as an interest in nutrition has grown far beyond and I’d love to be able to share little snippets of that.

Now, a year and a half on, I’m back in Australia after an eye-opening 4 month stint travelling through Asia. I live in Byron bay studying yoga and while I’ve gained my level 1 and 2 teacher training, I have so much more learning to do which I thoroughly enjoy. One of the amazing things about the beautiful journey of yoga is that it never really finishes. Alongside my studies, I teach yoga in town and work in a delicious smoothie bar, Bare Blends as well as a gorgeous organic shop and cafe. I feel extremely lucky to get to work with such inspiring people in uplifting environments where customers become friends and we all have a great time… can it really be called work?

I want my blog to be a way of sharing positivity and the community of wellness that surrounds me in Australia. Wouldn’t it be great if these positive vibes could keep radiating from one to another further and further?

I hope you can all find something to interest you in my blog, be it a recipe, a restaurant recommendation, or some advice on how to really care for yourself and motivate you to give yourself the love that you really deserve. Wellness incorporates all of these things to provide a rounded happy experience of life.

Feel free to comment on your own experience or ask questions, I’d love to hear from you.

With love,
Ella x


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  1. So good to see someone who isn’t afraid to not cook with meat, try new things, and still do really tasty healthy meals on the cheap! Definitely going to become my nutritional food bible with all these interesting but simple recipies


    • Thank you so much, that is so kind! Cooking without meat has encouraged me to be creative and has shown me the true value of other foods. It’s great to incorporate a whole array of healthy food into your lifestyle to get all nutrients. I’m so glad you like it – I’ll be posting every Thursday!


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