Author Archives: nankichawla

LBTL: How hard is it really?

I decided to do a final post to cover my last two days because my meals were unsurprisingly much of the same! The only difference was switching out the microwaved eggs for beans on toast – a lot better but … Continue reading

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LBTL: How many calories can you eat on £1/day?

So, how many calories can you really manage on £1/day? With pretty careful planning and a vague attempt at getting a reasonable quantity/variety into my menu, I have worked out using My Fitness Pal that I am getting roughly the … Continue reading

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LBTL: What was on the Shopping List?

Living below the line definitely gets harder, especially when you’re working. My concentration was flailing and I was completely exhausted by the end of the day. In terms of quantity, I’m not eating that differently from normal but having to … Continue reading

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LBTL: Lessons from Day 1

I’m at the end of Day 1 of Living Below the Line, and am pretty happy to say I’ve been doing well so far! I’m sure this might change, as my menu is going to involve essentially eating the same … Continue reading

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Living Below the Line for International Service

From this Sunday, I will be ‘living below the line’ for 5 days, in order to raise funds for a Right to Education project in Palestine. I will be leading a team of UK and local volunteers in order to … Continue reading

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Rape to be renamed ‘fake’, says Delhi police

The Delhi police has recently unveiled plans to rename ‘rape’ as ‘fake’ as a response to recent media reports which reportedly show police officers explaining that rape is the fault of the victims. The Delhi Police Commissioner states: “All women … Continue reading

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Things should no longer be said, say offended people

In a dramatic move by the Government of India, things are no longer allowed to be said due to the “hurt sensibilities” of different religious and cultural communities in India. Following on a recent trend to stop things from being … Continue reading

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