The modern-day person is slightly obsessed with proper nutrition, which is not an accident. Scientists and doctors increasingly publicly discuss what foodstuff and groceries are beneficial for health and which ones are harmful to our bodies, therefore should be avoided by all means. Vegan diet: Salvation or sacrifice?
The question is rhetorical indeed. Where I come from the food involving meat refers to being a real deal, that "has” and that "you have a good blood picture ", and to me, sometimes it seems like promoting a cult.
Excerpt from my upcoming article.
"I don’t want to scare off any future vegans or people considering to follow this diet but in most countries and here in Cyprus it’s quite a task. Very first thought and question that flash you out is whether this diet and the lifestyle is expensive and complicated. In my opinion there are two types of vegans: "those who are for moral reasons and those who are for health reasons."
Those who are vegan for health, mostly upper class, buy expensive products without which one can. There is some moral elitism, in the sense that people condemn, but I think it is counterproductive. Honestly, if you can't make it, then avoid talking about it."
Tattoos are like windows to where have we been mentally and physically , who we are or who we want to be and what we hold on to. They are more than the things we buy and things we wear.
A tattoo tells a story, or at least that should be the very right reason why do we get them.
This growing subculture (but also hipster urban style), stirred the mixture of real artist heroes vs poor amateur copycats. One thing is for sure and historical evidence supports the following statement: Tattooing is an ancient art.
For example, sporting a butterfly tattoo doesn’t scream “ex-felon”, convict better known as jail bird, but it can still project a negative first impression…
Tattoos, I believe, are like windows as to where we have been mentally as well as physically.
Like, who we are, or who we want to be and what we hold on to. They are more than things we buy and things we wear.
A tattoo tells a story, or at least that should be a very right reason why do we get them.
This growing subculture (but also hipster urban style), stirred the mixture of real artists heroes vs poor amateur copycats. But before all that exterior statement based on business and consumers, one piece of historical evidence says that tattooing is an ancient art.
INTRODUCING OUR ALL NEW SECTION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY OUR NEW ASSOCIATE, KATE RADOJKOVIC.
THE SECTION WILL COVER A VAST VARIETY OF SUBJECTS, RELATED TO SOCIAL TRENDS CURRENT AND OF THE PAST, LIKE TATTOO CULTURE, VEGAN TRENDS, MUSIC "FASHION", ANALOGUE VS DIGITAL SOUND MIX, AND SO MUCH MORE...
STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS. SECTION WILL BE FULLY OPERATIVE BY SEPTEMBER 1ST 2019.
I would like to use my blog to raise awareness of diversity by focusing on breaking down social and other barriers. My method is to present business and objective facts filtered through through subjective logic