Cheeky Blogging Award

Sorry I haven’t written anything for an entire month – I’ve moved house and been without internet.

I’m pretty chuffed to have been nominated for the Leibster Award! And I’m doubly flattered that the nomination came from a blogger I have a lot of respect for. So thanks, My Veggie Life, for the chance to take part in this.

To my nominees: please display the award, thank the nominee, nominate 10 more bloggers with 10 more questions.

If you could give your younger self some advice what would it be?

Stop eating meat sooner. There’s no need to live with that daily guilt.

What/who inspires you?

‘Green Philosophers’; those published, those blogging, and those who just live an ethical lifestyle.

What is the best day of your life?

It might possible be the day I went to the Harry Potter Tour…. Yeah, it might be that. :/

What are you most passionate about?

Wildlife and books.

What is the number one thing you wish all people would understand?

That there isn’t a good enough excuse to keep eating meat.

What makes you happy?

Reading, walking in the countryside, listening to BBC 6Music.

What makes you sad?

Goodbyes.

What’s your favorite food?

I’m really more into pudding….

What is the best way to get your beliefs across to people who seem resistant?

Logic? Reason? Nah, it’s celebrity endorsement.

How do you hope to make the world a better place before you die?

Doing as little harm as I possibly can.

Here are my nominees, in no particular order. I think you’re all great writers, and I enjoy reading your blogs.

Secular Vegan

Animal Blawg

Hold the Eggplant 

Leanne Eats Plants

Absofckingcrueltyfree

Stacie M Stark

greenmindvegheart

Armory of the Revolution 

Why? Because Science

Live Kind. Eat Kind. 

Here are your questions.

How do you keep motivated to blog?

If you could be reincarnated as an animal, what would you choose and why?

Why do you blog?

What’s your favourite blogging snack?

What do you want to be when you grow up? ;)

Where’s the most interesting place you’ve travelled to and why did you enjoy it?

What’s your favourite book?

How would you describe yourself?

What do you identify as politically?

Would we get on well in real life? 

Have fun!

Summer Project: 30 Days Wild

In June, I will be taking part in the Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild project, which aims to engage with nature by suggesting Random Acts of Wildness every day for a month.

Make room for nature this June – no matter where you are or how busy your life! Make this the month when you do something wild every day – and let us motivate you! When you sign up to our challenge, we’ll send you a pack full of encouragement, ideas and Random Acts of Wildness. You’ll also receive a funky wallchart to track your progress, a wild badge, and regular blasts of inspiration throughout June straight to your inbox to help you
make nature part of your life
.

Sadly my local Norfolk landscapes look nothing like this…