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The first day...

Last night I read a book as part of a reading list for my degree. This book was ‘Eating Animals’ by Jonathan Safran Foer. I was meant to be cooking chicken for dinner. 538 more words

'Eating Animals'

What's on my mind today

Ironic enough as its existence may be, I connect more to this video than to almost any other speech I’ve seen. As grateful as I am that I have been able to share my experiences with you here on the internet, I hope this conveys some insight as to why I’ve been so absent on this blog lately. 129 more words

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#BCM310 A Bloody Business: Campaigning for Animals

The most prominent reasoning for people continuing to eat meat once they are aware of the atrocities that are involved in factory farming is the ability to compartmentalise. 523 more words


Books on a shelf, words on a page: the books of my life

At the beginning of the year some writer friends and I set up a mini book club where we committed to reading each other’s top three “books of our lives”. 615 more words

Chipotle strikes again!

Just when you think you didn’t need another reason to love Chipotle, the chain has added another endearing quality to their menu and, surprisingly, it isn’t food. 197 more words

Toni Morrison

Tree of Codes

by Jonathan Safran Foer

This is a die-cut book by erasure, taken from Bruno Schulz’s original The Street of Crocodiles and cut into ribbons to create a new narrative.

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Quote #12

Sometimes I can feel my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I’m not living – Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close