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It’s Alive! Buy The Nudie Foodies Book Today


Jun
20


Photo by David Mason Photography, 2011.

The day has finally arrived! You may now purchase the Nudie Foodies book through Blurb. All net profits will go to AmeriCare‘s Japan tsunami relief fund, which directly helps those in need. The book only costs £17.61 (roughly $28) and Blurb will print and ship anywhere in the world! The photo above is another taken by the awesome David from our nekkid shoot, the photo in the book is entirely different! Don’t I spoil you?

18 fabulous nekkid bloggers, 18 mouthwatering recipes, helping charity and a whole lot of awesomeness. Buy the book today!

Peace and love,

Jax x

I’m A Nudie Foodie


Apr
18


Photo by David Mason Photography.

So yeah… this happened. Want to see more? Yeah you do, you perv. Go on, get on over to the Nudie Foodies website to see my feature with more bonus photos not in the book/calendar, live today! Meow.

Peace and love,

Jax x

Take It Off, Take It All Off


Apr
11

Remember how I said that I was involved in two projects to raise money for Japan? Well the other project is somewhat more risque. Or maybe it’s just perfectly in character? Wink wink, nudge nudge.

The entirely fabulous Linda from Salty Seattle decided to organise her own little project, namely a nude cookbook and calendar, featuring bloggers in the buff with some of our fabulous recipes, the proceeds of which would be donated to a charity of our choosing to aid Japan (to be confirmed). When she emailed me tentatively to ask if I was interested in participating, of course my response was a resounding yes.

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United For A Cause: Japan Fundraising


Mar
28


Photo courtesy of the BBC website.

Every few years or so there comes an event so horrific that the entire world is joined in shock, mourning and the intense need to help. When I heard about Japan I was in New York towards the end of my Big Adventure, taking photos with my friend, chatting idly at 2am and catching up on my Twitter feed. Suddenly all I could see were Tweets saying, ‘Japan. Oh God. Pray for Japan. Japan. Japan’ – what had happened? A quick glance at the CNN and BBC news sites and it was all too clear. I felt sick to my stomach: I had friends in Tokyo, how far had this disaster reached? With news that the resulting tsunami could spread to Australia & New Zealand, even as far as Hawaii and the West Coast, all places where I have family and friends, I couldn’t rest. The next couple of hours were filled with watching live news feeds, reading the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre‘s page obsessively and worrying.

With news of more and more aftershocks still ravaging Japan, more footage and images of devastation, coupled with the odd glimmer of hope, there seems to be little that we can do. But a little is still better than nothing. It was easy then for me to get involved in two separate projects to raise money for Japan.

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