November Moodboard

I’m feeling very autumnal; enjoying slowing down with the seasons. Lots of snuggling up on the sofa under a blanket with a cup of tea reading a book surrounded by candles and incense – cosy autumn bliss. Aside from this – below are a few of the things I’ve been enjoying viewing, reading and eating!

November: Blankets, Fluffy socks, Candles, Fireworks, Cosy

Stem + Glory

A plant-based restaurant near St. Pauls in London (there is also a restaurant in Cambridge.) Their food is incredible, completely delicious. My partner and I have been there a couple of times this month; there was just too many yummy dishes we had to go back to try more. My favourites were the Katsu Curry and the Lasagne.

Roar – Cecilia Ahern*

This collection of short stories is incredible. The stories focus on the themes of gender, sexuality and human rights. Reading this book I moved through every emotion possible; the stories are heart-breaking, thought-provoking, uplifting and everything in between. I really, really recommend this book. It’d make a great Christmas gift!


Helen Faliveno: yoga teacher, wonderful human being and a good friend of mine has a YouTube channel. If you’re into vlogs, vegan food or fancy some free at home yoga practices – check out her channel. Helen’s flows are awesome, she’s also got some videos breaking down poses and providing tips and drills.

Conversations with Friends – Sally Rooney*

I read Sally’s other book, Normal People, not long ago. I loved that book, but this book was even better. Sally is a brilliant author who has a way of delving into the most interesting aspects of life and depicting them beautifully and emotively on the page. Conversations with Friends is a story about friendship, sexuality, relationships, sex, love, mental health, physical health and all the other various aspects involved in being human. 10/10.

The Vegan 8

I stumbled across this website looking at a sweet potato ice cream recipe (I haven’t made it yet but I’m excited to give it a go soon!) I saw so many incredible looking recipes flicking through the back catalogue on there and I’ve bookmarked far more than I can make anytime soon! I made the lentil bolognese recently and it was so yummy and super quick and easy to make.

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