Ask me questions/what do you want to see more of on here?

As the summer is coming to an end and my long work days/weeks are also coming to an end i am hoping to have more time to blog (or who knows, maybe i will have less time because my school work load and deadlines are ALOT)!

I know i have many new followers and readers, but also many who followed with me from my old blog (which i love!), and i am still trying to find my balance and what to blog about. This blog is not solely a recipe blog but more a wellness, nutrition, vegan blog that sometimes posts recipes and meal ideas! What is the aim of this blog? Well to enjoy writing and sharing my knowledge and information, helping people in what way i can for example with nutrition, veganism, more plant based eating, health, wellness, mental health! But trying to find a balance of what to write about can be hard. I haven’t written any personal posts or “about me/my life” on here as that isn’t so much the aim of this blog, but maybe i will in the future.

I would love to know what YOU want to read/see more about on here? More recipes and food posts? More what i eat in a day posts? More general wellness/health or more mental health posts or more about veganism, plant based eating and minimalism? It would be so helpful to know what you want to see more of so that i can get more of an idea on what to focus more on!

Maybe you want me to veganize some of your favourite dishes or meals? Maybe i can try do that once a week or every fortnight?

Let me know what you want to read more of on here!

Also note, i am trying to figure out the layout of my blog as i know the my posts aren’t showing in chronological order as well as some other glitches i need to fix, hopefully on Sunday when i am free from work i can sit and just focus on that!


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Lily says:

    It would be nice to read about more nutrition, sustainability and vegan topics:)the veganised recipes also sound great, and you could write about certain ingredients, why are they good in a vegan diet, like you did with tofu:)


  2. Laura says:

    I would love to read more about veganism in general because I have gone vegan recently and don’t know that much about this topic yet. I also would appreciate reading the recipes of veganized meals:) food combining as a vegan and how to get all nutrients would also be interesting! Have a nice day!:)


  3. Hey Izzy, I always liked your personal posts but I understand if you don’t want to write something like that on here right now 🙂


  4. carol says:

    Posts about sustainable living would be good, different ways we can make changes to our lifestyles that will make a difference to the planet. Also some how to posts about how to prepare and cook basic vegan foods and some recipe ideas for them rather like you did with your post about tofu. Some posts about any new foods you have tried or cooked and some more recipes of dishes you have either adapted or created yourself. I also found the restaurant review you did very interesting. Basic nutrition advice and information is always useful and interesting and how to ensure you eat varied enough. I am not sure how you feel about this but I always used to love reading your more personal posts like how you are getting on at university,what you are studying and generally how life is treating you, what you have been doing but understand if you don’t want to include this sort of post on your new blog. I also love reading about your exercise goals and would love to know how you are getting on with them. The posts you write about what you have eaten in a day are useful because it gives examples of how to eat varied and what combinations of foods to have, something I myself struggle with. Reading about different aspects of being vegan is interesting and how you have made it a lifestyle change so successfully. Also I find your posts about self love and acceptance very motivating so more of these and hints and tips of how to care for ourselves would be useful, something I again struggle with. Apart from all this I just want to say that I love your new blog and think you have done a great job in creating it. I hope you enjoy working on it as much as I enjoy reading it.


  5. How to posts about how to prepare/cook/eat different basic vegan foods would be good, rather like the one you did about tofu. And more recipes of the food you have created/veganised yourself would be very useful. The idea you have of veganising different dishes is a good one – I would certainly like to see how some of my favourite dishes could be turned vegan!
    I know you mentioned this and I`m not sure about saying it but I used to really like your more personal posts about how you were getting on at university, what you had been doing and generally how life was treating you. But at the same time I understand if you don`t want to include that type of post on here, your new blog.
    Posts about different aspects of veganism would be great, as would living more sustainably and how we can make changes to our lifestyles that would benefit not only ourselves but the environment as well.
    Posts about mental health and body acceptance/self esteem would be useful as I myself struggle with this. And how to think more positively/have a positive approach to life.
    And I love it when you post your recipes and meals of the day as this gives me ideas of what to cook for myself!
    Just a few ideas but can I just say that I think your new blog is great and you are doing a fantastic job building it up from the very beginning. I hope you enjoy working on it as much as I enjoy reading it!


  6. oh – and nutritional info is always useful, like what roles certain vitamins or minerals play in the body and how we can meet those requirements eating plantbased meals.


  7. Apologies for the double post – for some reason the first one I wrote wouldn’t send properly (or so I thought) so the next day I sent another ….then I find they both show up! Oh well, that’s what you get for staying up all night unable to sleep – gremlins!


  8. Rachel Carter says:

    I love reading about different workouts and exercise! Although that’s just a personal preference – I’m less interested in nutrition after overcoming anorexia.


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