Hey Caeli! I discovered your blog through Poppy’s Patisserie. I’m vegan too, and I’m always excited to connect with other vegans. And congrats on finishing graduate school – that’s a great accomplishment. I have master’s degree in psychology. Do you have to collect hours now to get your license? I’m loving your blog. Your life sounds fun and carefree (I’m sure it’s not actually carefree, but it does look that way from your blog!). It’s a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to more of your posts. Celeste 🙂
Hi Celeste, thank you for your beautiful comment! It’s nice to meet you, always great meeting like-minded folks 🙂 I believe it’s a similar situation with psychology here, though I’m not 100% sure as social work is a little different. I just finished my masters which is an accredited course, which makes you eligible to become a member of the Australian Association of Social Workers. To apply for many social work jobs here you must be eligible for AASW membership. After that there are various levels of experience you can gain, but from the moment you graduate study you are a qualified social worker! Are you a practicing psychologist at the moment?
Thanks for your reply! That’s great that you don’t have to collect hours before getting a job – that takes a lot of time! Anyway, I’m not currently working as a therapist. I’ve been off for the past year working on a book. Not sure if it will go anywhere, but I had to give it a go. Celeste 🙂
Hey Caeli! I find your blog very inspirational, so I nominated you for The Most Inspirational Blog award. I know life is busy, so accept only if you want to. Here’s the link for you to accept: http://honkifyourevegan.com/2013/08/23/i-hit-the-jackpot/. Have a great weekend! Celeste 🙂
Aw, thank you so much Celeste! I won’t accept right now as I’m on the run, but I’ll keep it in mind for if I have a spare 5. I really appreciate the nomination! X
I found your blog through Celeste (Honk if You’re Vegan). I am a social worker, who is married to a social worker. I live in Australia too.
Nice to ‘meet’ you!
Hi Ally, thanks for the comment and for stopping by my blog! It’s always nice to meet more vegans, more social workers, and more Australians! X
Thanks for visiting mine, and for following. 🙂
Hey! Just came across your blog! I’m vegetarian 🙂 I’m always on the look out for new fresh ideas!
Nice blog! 🙂
Hello! Great to meet you! It’s always nice connecting with new people:) X
Hello! I just nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award http://eattoinspire.com/2013/11/23/versatile-blogger-award/ I love your blog, it is so fun and inspiring 😀 Olivia x
Thanks Olivia! X
Fabulous blog! I’m a vegan food writer and photographer and I’ve been totally overwhelmed by the amazing blogs I’ve discovered recently. I’m loving what I’ve seen on yours so far- can’t wait to explore some more. 🙂
My partner and I spent a couple of months in Oz together, including Christmas 2002. By chance we bumped into an English buddy of ours and were invited to a fully vegan Xmas party buffet. Real travel adventures 🙂
Hi there, and thank you so much! Your blog is wonderful, the photos are just gorgeous! I would love to spend some time learning a bit more about photography (and food photography) to make my pictures as appealing as yours 🙂
It’s funny how you can travel to the other side of the world and bump into someone you know, isn’t it? Sounds like a fab Christmas too!
Nice to meet you, I look forward to following your adventures! X
Thank you for sharing your adventures!!
I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the liebster award!!
Aw, thank you so much X
You have a cool vegan blog here! 🙂
Thank you Sophie, and thanks for stopping by! Nice to meet you 🙂
Hey there, thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m looking forward to checking yours out some more…. until I do though, have you been to Tassie yet? I know some people don’t think it’s part of Australia, lol, but it’s really worth a visit, I promise!
Hello! Thanks for dropping by 🙂 I certainly have, I love Tassie. Prior to traveling around Australia last year I lived in West Hobart for three years, and studied down at UTAS. It’s such a special place, I can’t wait to get back there. I miss it – and crazily enough, I miss the crisp winters! It was always so nice cuddling up by the fire, or lighting a fire in our backyard. My boyfriend always says that the rumour of Tasmania being a bit of a dump is spread by Tasmanians themselves – to stop people from coming down there and spoiling it! I think he might be onto something 😉
Hi Caeli, so happy to have found your lovely blog through Kayse! Love the falafel & quinoa tabouli recipe! Love what I’ve seen already and looking forward to more! 😉
Hi Abby, lovely to ‘meet’ you! 🙂 Thank you for the kind words x
always nice to discover fellow vegan bloggers!
greets from the other side of the world 🙂
Hello! Nice to meet you 🙂 You’re from Belgium? I have been there once, but before I was vegan so didn’t experience that side of the place. I was vegetarian at the time, and I pretty much lived on beer, chocolate, waffles and pickle flavoured potato chips! I would love to go back one day though, it was so lovely.
ah yes, all the famous Belgian foods 😉 and luckily many of them are vegan, or can easlily be veganised! Let us know when you come over here again and we make you some Belgian waffles 😉
I will definitely take you up on that, yum!
Hi! I love your blog so I have nominated you for the Liebster Award 😀 The link to all of the information is here http://eattoinspire.com/2014/09/10/the-liebster-award/ Have fun answering the questions! Olivia ♥
My name is Jaimi Dolmage and I’m the recipe manager at One Green Planet. I’d like to talk to you about your fantastic recipes! Could you email me a j dolmage AT onegreenplanet DOT org? Hope to hear from you!
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