With the onset of veganism as a more common concept of life over the last couple of years, raw recipes have also made their way into the everyday kitchen. My everyday kitchen at least.
By today, I’m not at all convinced why I should forgo a hot cup of soup, tea or – heaven forbid – coffee, but a year ago I couldn’t imagine myself choosing not to consume anything derived from animals either.
Something I saw on a multitude of blogs were bliss balls Continue reading Aliciouslyvegan: Bliss balls
With fireworks, the odd bottle of champagne and the Blue Danube waltz by J. Strauß we welcomed the New Year only 3 days ago and just like always, this new year comes with new hopes, expectations and aspirations. Continue reading Aliciouslife: Happy New Year 2015
I should have – I would have – I could have – I didn’t. Why did I not???
Does this sound familiar to you? So many persons around me regularly dive head-first into a deep pool of guilt – because they work too much and/ or don’t get enough work done, because they don’t spend enough time with their children/ friends/ spouse/ dog or think they should simply be a “better person”. Continue reading Aliciouslife: Pangs of guilt
Who doesn’t know them? That one colleague or friend who is constantly complaining? The one who always responds to a polite “How are you?” with lamentations, is resistant to all offers of help as well as suggestions for improvement and who, like a broken record, goes on about how unfair life is, how terrible person X behaved towards them and how generally everyone seems to be out to get them? Continue reading Aliciouslife: Energy vampires
Every minute somewhere in Austria blood a (450ml) unit of stored blood is needed, however, hospitals are usually critically short on blood. Only 3.5% of the Austrian population regularly donate blood (source: Rotes Kreuz) which I think is frankly embarrassing as well as highly egotistic. Continue reading Aliciouslife: Give blood, save lives