Why I Raise Money for Abortion Funds, and Why I Hope You’ll Donate to My Team Today
Reproductive Rights / Women and Gender

Why I Raise Money for Abortion Funds, and Why I Hope You’ll Donate to My Team Today

Please donate to my EMA Fund Team. Can you give $10? $5? $1?? No donation is too small. Whatever amount you can give will make a tremendous difference in helping someone get the healthcare they need. It’s not a choice if you can’t choose. So let’s strike down barriers to abortion access together. Continue reading

Restaurants / Veganism

What’s Cooking: Vegan Brunch at Boston-area Restaurant Red Lentil

Brunch is my favorite meal. (Although who am I kidding…I love all meals) I mean hearty food AND drinking booze in the morning?? Yes, please! But it’s rare to find a vegan breakfast in Boston. I’ve previously sung the praises of Red Lentil, a “globally-inspired” vegan/vegetarian restaurant, and my favorite veg restaurant in the Boston … Continue reading

Lifestyle / Veganism

Get Your Veg On: 16th Annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival!

In the Boston-area and looking for something fun, delicious and free to do? (Yes, I said free!) Then head on over to the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival! You all know I’m kind of obsessed with food. That’s why I love attending and checking out new food, restaurants, and products. This tasty yet informative event features … Continue reading

Restaurants / Veganism

What’s Cooking: Veggie Galaxy, a New Boston-Area Veg Diner & Vegan Bakery, Whips Up Delicious Comfort Food

One of the perks of being a blogger is that you often have your finger on the pulse of what’s new…thanks to being consumed with your blog and constantly on social media. Because of my obsession, I discovered that there’ll be a new restaurant in town. A sister restaurant to Veggie Planet, Veggie Galaxy will … Continue reading

Restaurants / Veganism

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: My Favorite Vegan Restaurants in Boston

Oh, Boston…steeped in history from the Freedom Trail to the Public Library yet so stuck in puritanical tradition, like having bars close at 2am and the T shutting down around midnight.  Trust me, as a vegan living in this quaint city, it’s not easy.  Boston may be no vegan Mecca like NYC.  But there are … Continue reading