Halotherapy at Saltuary

What is Saltuary? Based in the heart of Five Dock, Saltuary is one of Sydney’s only Himalayan salt therapy providers. With a holistic view on health and wellness, the family owned business has evolved to provide a range of natural and restorative therapies including massage, chiro, naturopathy, acupuncture and even yoga, to help the community […]

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A Vegan’s Review of COOH, Alexandria

Delicious and wholesome organic food served in a spacious, yet charming restaurant surrounded by fairylight-lit gardens in Alexandria’s industrial hub. Don’t forget your camera when you visit this Instaworthy restaurant! Remind me to thank my friend Lisa again for introducing me to COOH. The organic whole foods restaurant originated from a small beachside cafe in […]

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A Vegan’s Review of The Wedge Espresso, Glebe

The Wedge is officially my favourite cafe in Sydney…and that is a BIG call, considering my caffeine habit and love for good food. Besides the great food, coffee and friendly service, The Wedge ticks all of the boxes. Right in the heart of Glebe, The Wedge is across the road from the ever popular Glebe […]

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A Unique Airbnb Experience on Sydney Harbour

Float on Lavender Bay in Sydney’s Harbour for a unique and unforgettable Airbnb experience.  Airbnb has come to be known amongst travellers for it’s affordable, low key accommodation. It allows travellers to live like the locals do in just about any city in the world and boasts some truly one of a kind experiences. In this cozy, […]

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Marrickville Yoga Centre

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In my post “Iyengar Yoga – A Beginner’s Guide” we explored what Iyengar Yoga is, the benefits, my first experience and my top 5 tips for getting the most out of this traditional form of yoga. Today we take a closer look at a local Sydney studio, Marrickville Yoga Centre. What is Iyengar Yoga? Iyengar […]

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A Vegan’s Review of Goni’s Schnitzelria, Marrickville

Home of the biggest and best schnitzels in Sydney, including a 100% vegan schnitzel! Situated in the heart of Marrickville (a 10 minute walk from Marrickville train station), Goni’s claims to have Sydney’s best and undoubtedly the biggest schnitzels in town. Crowds that flock to the casual Inner West diner would confirm that as they walk […]

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A One Day Meditation Retreat at the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest temple, Nan Tien Temple, Australia 

Chelsey Crafts Vegan Travel Nan Tien Temple Australia

Nan Tien is Chinese for Southern Paradise. Just 90 minutes south of Sydney, this southern paradise is the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest Buddhist temple and Australia’s first government accredited tertiary institution grounded in Buddhism values and wisdom. The Nan Tien temple stands with a sense of serenity firmly amongst the trees near Wollongong, just a 90 minute drive south […]

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A Complete Cruelty-Free Guide to Sydney IMATS 2016

Every year makeup enthusiasts around the world gear up for the world’s biggest makeup trade show, IMATS (the International Makeup Artist Trade Show). It’s our chance to brush up on our skills, learn the latest tips, tricks and trends from the industry’s leading artists and grab a bargain or few (for the kit, of course). […]

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A Vegan’s Review of Hari’s Vegetarian, Ultimo

Edit: Hari’s Vegetarian Ultimo moved to 107-121 Quay Street Haymarket, May 2017 Hari’s Vegetarian is the place to visit on Broadway when you’re after a casual restaurant meal or great value buffet meals to takeaway. Established in 2013, the vegetarian restaurant has become known for their cheap and hot buffet meals, think tasty curries and wholesome […]

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