“Life is just a party and parties weren’t meant to last” Prince
The moment has arrived.
Raise a glass of green smoothie and share a toast (or some toast) with me to say FAREWELL RAW FOOD SCOTLAND BLOG.
Yes, it’s time to say goodbye. I’ve taken the decision to stop blogging on the site for two reasons.
1. To concentrate on raising my delicious child.
2. Because raw food isn’t really where I’m at anymore.
I started RFS back in 2010, three years in to my raw food journey, with a view to inspire and motivate others. And also because it was such good fun sharing my experiences and hell, let’s be honest, I’m a bit of an attention seeker.
Over the years my diet has evolved. This natural evolution is part of learning and adapting to new things, to what works and what doesn’t. On top of that I’ve now had a baby and time with him is the most important thing on the whole planet, which means that blogging just isn’t a priority.
When I think about it, the people in my life, some of my best friends, came in to my life because of raw food. The worldwide web of wonderful people that I’ve had the honour of meeting and working with just because I chose not to cook my food for a while is quite honestly amazing.
I’ve learned so much from this journey, and it’s not over yet. Everything that I’ve eaten, from food to knowledge, I take with me and build upon. I’ve implemented strategies that I carry forward and ones I choose to leave behind.
I’m sure that eating raw food for the last six years has given me the greatest gift of my life. I can only imagine what I’d be like now had I never picked up the book that piqued my interest about raw food. In another dimension somewhere that Emma exists, completely oblivious to healthy eating. She’s probably a fat stinky cat woman by now.
So I want to say THANK YOU raw food, and thank YOU for coming along for this part of my journey. Thanks for giving me the inspiration and sharing your knowledge and experience.
I’m so grateful for this experience.
See you on the other side.