how old are you/how tall are you/is your hair natural?
I am 26 years old, 5'11 tall, and yes my hair is au naturale!
i recently went vegan. how do i make sure i'm getting enough/the right nutrients?
I can't personally answer this question for you, as I am not a nutritionist or dietician, nor do I know the types of foods you are eating. Make sure to do your own research, ensure you're eating a healthy balanced diet made up of carbs, proteins, and fats, and if you aren't feeling your best, get a blood test from your doctor to check your levels.
which supplements do you take?
I personally take a probiotic, vegan multivitamin and protein powder daily. The only supplement needed on a vegan diet would be a B12 supplement, alongside a healthy balanced diet and plenty of sunshine (a vegan vitamin D can help for those of you living in cloudy countries like England). Again, do your own research and speak with your doctor or dietician/nutritionist about your blood levels and what supplements you personally need if you are concerned. Visit my shop to see the supplements I personally take.
how do i do no poo? my hair is so oily!
Firstly watch my playlist where I filmed the entire process I went through following no poo. Hopefully some of your questions will be answered within these videos. Secondly, check out my ebook for a full run-down on no poo, including the different methods that will work for different hair types. Thirdly, join my facebook group and ask your question on there, giving us details about your hair type and what you're struggling with.
what camera do you use?
My main camera is currently a Canon 80D, with a 35-185mm lens and a Rode VideoMicro microphone. Most of my videos however have been filmed on my Canon G7X, which I also still use for more casual vlog footage. Visit my shop for all the equipment I use.
how do you make money online?
My main income sources are from YouTube adverts on my videos, ebook sales, sponsorships with brands and affiliate links.
what blender/food processor/pan do you use?
For all of my favourite kitchen equipment, check out my shop page for my recommendations.
how do i stop calorie counting and overcome my eating disorder?
I'm so sorry you're going through an eating disorder. These messages truly break my heart. Please speak to someone about the struggles you are going through. Opening up may be the hardest but most important step in your recovery. Seeking help ensures you don't have to do this alone. From here you can make steps towards building a healthy relationship with food. Set yourself small goals to change your relationship towards food, and don't beat yourself up if you mess up. Recovery takes time. Keep going, it gets better. Unfollow people online who make you compare your body to theirs, or make you feel bad about yourself. Instead follow positive influences that make you feel happy and encourage your recovery. Realise all food is food, there is no such thing as "good" or "bad" food. And most of all, remember that your physical and mental health needs to be your number one priority, at all times.