About Me

 

Hello there – I’m Fi – a mum of two, digital & social PR advisor by day and a blogger by night.

This blog used to be strictly a parenting blog but as my children grow, it’s evolving into a lifestyle space where I am going to be sharing our vegan lifestyle as a whole. Sourcing  vegan food isn’t difficult these days I’m sure you’ll agree but finding the great places to travel to or eat at is a passion of mine and one I very much want to share with people online.

Going vegan encouraged me to think about so many more things than just food though. It’s also made me think about how as one person or one family, we can make a difference to the world we pass on to our children and grand children. It’s made me think about how I can do my best to live as sustainably as possible and to minimise the impact my life has on this amazing planet we live in. 

It’s this life that I aim to share with you on this channel; The highs and lows of trying my best to live an eco-friendly life, the meals we enjoy, the places we visit, the things we try to minimise our waste and our footprint as a family. 

I am not some alternative eco-warrior. Quite the opposite in fact. I’m just a girl who wants to live in and leave behind something wonderful. I hope you enjoy the content here and will say hello over on Instagram and YouTube. 

 

24 Comments

  1. Julia
    October 18, 2016 / 14:59

    You have a lovely family & must be a very proud mother!

  2. January 15, 2017 / 21:12

    I’m so glad I stumbled upon you. Your business based blogs have had me begging for more. I’m new to blogging, self employment, marketing, living in the free world and ra ra ra. My ‘Saving The World’ previous career was ms dos based (I kid you not) so I can’t proclaim to understand all your tips, but I’ll get there, tiny baby steps…and I’m hooked, so thank you x

    • Fi
      Author
      January 16, 2017 / 21:14

      Thanks so much Steph. Lovely to have you here!

  3. Anthony Harrington
    September 29, 2017 / 22:39

    I would like this for my Wife, she hates winter mornings, so this may help!

  4. Clarice Bailey
    October 3, 2017 / 10:03

    My partner suffers with SAD so I have wanted to get one of these for a while, but I also think it would benefit me

  5. sherri hough
    October 5, 2017 / 18:00

    I have wanted a Lumie lamp for a few years now after my mum got one. I suffer with Bi-polar and struggle in the winter months with getting up for work and I really think this could be the answer, the problem is I cannot justify spending the money on myself as it always goes on the children. x

  6. October 8, 2017 / 21:07

    I became a mum for the first time at 42, now 43. I am nothing like how I thought I would be. Now I just try and survive every day. Great blog.

  7. November 22, 2017 / 03:11

    Hi! I love your story! As a mother, I know how that feeling of what is happening to you. Thanks for sharing!

  8. March 11, 2018 / 07:38

    Finding a gift for others has always been a problem for me. I never can imagine what others would want. But the handmade section at Amazon is also new for me and sounds really good. Thanks for sharing the tip. 🙂

  9. March 12, 2018 / 18:31

    You sound like such a wonderful person. Thank you for sharing a tidbit about your life with us.

  10. March 13, 2018 / 09:45

    Nice knowing a little bit about yourself! It’s nice that you have opened a blog to document your journey through motherhood and that this brought you awards and even tv appearances. Great job!

  11. March 13, 2018 / 19:06

    Great to know some tid bits about you and why you blog. Kudos for your accomplishments 🙂

  12. August 30, 2018 / 08:40

    I love to travel to different parts of the world. The article you shared makes me motivated for my travelling. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. September 26, 2018 / 08:47

    Nice blog and some wonderful information.

  14. Helen Randle
    March 9, 2019 / 15:38

    Hi

    I just read your piece about Slimming World. I had Googled SW because I was a bit miffed and your blog appeared.
    Your comments resonated very closely with my experiences and opinions about it all and reflected a conversation (well, monologue) that I had with my parter just this morning after my weigh-in. I am so relieved to see I’m not alone in thinking this. The session I attend is 99% women – all of us seem at varying levels of misery – unhappy, overweight, saddled with being repeatedly told via the unending media bombardment everyone endures nowadays, that we are valueless, failures, inadequate, lack validity because we don’t look a certain way or own the “right” mass of over-priced, “must-have” junk. No wonder we comfort eat!!
    I was musing about chucking in the towel with SW and going it alone but was casting doubt on my thoughts, wondering if I was just “bailing out” (failure, see?) But no, I’m not bailing, just tired if being told I’m a naughty girl for liking chocolate and being fat-shamed, which, as you say quite correctly, is exactly what it amounts to.
    You are also right when you say those who really love me and care, don’t mind how I look. They all think I look fine!
    Thank you for your honesty and emboldening the “me” that matters! Cheers!!

  15. March 9, 2019 / 15:42

    Hi

    I just read your piece about Slimming World. I had Googled SW because I was a bit miffed and your blog appeared.
    Your comments resonated very closely with my experiences and opinions about it all and reflected a conversation (well, monologue) that I had with my partner just this morning after my weigh-in. I am so relieved to see I’m not alone in thinking this. The session I attend is 99% women – all of us seem at varying levels of misery – unhappy, overweight, saddled with being repeatedly told via the unending media bombardment everyone endures nowadays, that we are valueless, failures, inadequate, lack validity because we don’t look a certain way or own the “right” mass of over-priced, “must-have” junk. No wonder we comfort eat!!
    I was musing about chucking in the towel with SW and going it alone but was casting doubt on my thoughts, wondering if I was just “bailing out” (failure, see?) But no, I’m not bailing, just tired if being told I’m a naughty girl for liking chocolate and being fat-shamed, which, as you say quite correctly, is exactly what it amounts to.
    You are also right when you say those who really love me and care, don’t mind how I look. They all think I look fine!
    Thank you for your honesty and emboldening the “me” that matters! Cheers!!

  16. July 2, 2019 / 04:45

    This is a super organize blog. Thanks for sharing this. Having the checklist for every day and to each family member to do their household chores, definitely, this one will help everyone to do the division fo work.

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