I think the hardest part of being alive is sometimes wishing that you weren’t....
A look at the increasing falsity with which modern-day advertising get's us to look no further than our own taste buds.
A look into the world of induced guilt, which is oftentimes ironically heightened when an individual has made 'peace' with their morals as well as their mouths.
Are you a vegan? Do you judge all life as equal? Do you purport to not-judge others at the same time? Are these not judgements in themselves? In my latest article you will probably not find the answers to any of the above questions. You might, however, come to 'judge' yourself in a completely new light.
A look at the A16 Crash in the UK, which happened in January 2017. A transportation truck - en route to a slaughter house - was carrying hundreds of baby piglets when it overturned and made national news.
Reflections on my new-ness to veganism and how I felt connected to this movement my whole life, only I never consciously realised it.
A typical "off on a tangent' piece looking at the increase in animal products since world war 2.
Written in an emotional state the morning that my sister was off to a slaughter house to bear witness to pigs. I was sat at home simultaneously never feeling more like death, yet eternally grateful for being alive. It was also the turning point for me to start to write. Like really write. Not just sat that I was going to write.