Vegan vs. Plant-based: what is the difference?

You may have heard both of these terms thrown around but while they are used interchangeably there are actually subtle differences that help you tell them apart. This doesn’t mean that everyone use these terms “correctly” but this post is meant to help you tell them apart and know when to use which word. What…

Review: vegan & organic skincare from MOSSA

I never paid much attention to skincare but then, 2020 happened and I. Was. Hooked. I went down the Youtube-route that a lot of us tend to go when a newfound interest has captured our attention and went absolute bananas in there. I lived and breathed skincare for weeks and only paused once in a…

Four years vegan: what in my life has changed?

Recently, I wrote a post about my vegan journey in which I discussed why I became vegan. Now, I thought I would answer some questions that people have asked me after I turned vegan. Do I miss any animal products? Surprisingly, I haven’t had this question come up as often as I thought it would…

The BEST Zero-waste tealights

Lighting candles, especially in the dark winter months, can soothe and relax you as well as add a cozy ambiance to any room. But there are problems with candles and, more specifically, tealights. There are typically two issues out of a sustainable point of view: First, if you’re vegan or vegetarian, you might be disturbed…

Things I wish I knew before going vegan

Like many things in life, making the decision to go vegan is not always easy but it can be made easier if you’re a little bit prepared. In this post, I’ve listed a few things I wish I knew before going vegan. Hopefully, these things will help you be a little bit more prepared for…

My vegan journey

I went back and forth between being vegetarian and pescatarian for a couple of years prior to going vegan but what tipped the scales for me was a book: Eating Animals by Jonathan Safron Foer. This book made me rethink the way I viewed animals as foods but it didn’t immediately make me go vegan….

Vegan & cruelty-free sunscreens: review

NB: This post is mostly for people living in Sweden or in other parts of Scandinavia or Europe since the products I’ve used are most likely not available in other parts of the world. So, I know that summer is basically at an end if you live in Northern Europe (yes, trust me – I…