Get Dirty With Me is a cruelty-free, vegan beauty range of multi-purpose cleansing powders, made from natural ingredients (that you can actually pronounce). Most budget backpackers are more than familiar with the hassle of trying to cram loads of different wash products into their already jam packed rucksack. Body wash, conditioner – what if you could do all of that with one thing? … PLUS your laundry and your dishes! Well this does! Alongside their concern for animal welfare, this Eco-brand’s goal is to offer travellers an easy to carry product, whilst replacing plastic bottles with biodegradable pouches. I caught up with Get Dirty With Me founder, Leah, to find…
Guest Interview with Cory Varga – You Could Travel
Cory Varga is a full-time writer and, together with her photographer husband G, owns travel website You Could Travel. Their website specialises in soft adventure travel, off the beaten path destinations and culinary affairs, whilst their Instagram feed gives us serious wanderlust!. In 2013, Cory and tech mastermind G teamed up to create their own digital agency, hoping to show others how a nomadic lifestyle can be possible for anyone. This year, the couple decided to make the switch to veganism, just in time for the launch of their new range of sustainable travel wear. We caught up with Cory to learn more …
Guest Interview with Ratu from Ms. Atisa’s kitchen
Ms. Atisa’s kitchen is a new kitchen project established by three Indonesian women – Ratu Lestari, Amelina Nurikka, and Lismita Yelohim. They live in different cities around Indonesia, and come together to share their visions about food, the environment, and living a healthy lifestyle. Their mini meal prep videos are perfect for healthy eating inspiration, and detail easy steps to creating plant-based meals and snacks with an Indonesian twist. We caught up with Ratu to learn more about the work of these three women trying to make a difference …
Guest Interview with Tal Bright from Bright Nomad
Tal Bright writes travel guides and travel planning advice on her blog, Bright Nomad, with a section dedicated to vegan travel. A few months of the year, she travels to Europe and beyond, living a digital nomad lifestyle. The remainder of her time, she spends in her hometown, Tel Aviv – one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world. As well as her blog, Bright Nomad Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook pages, she also runs Vegan Tel – Aviv. We caught up with her to find out more about her vegan travel planning, and her digital lifestyle.