Xinja tales:
Bev, vegan horse lover

Xinja tales: Bev, vegan horse lover

We like to understand what really makes our customers tick. Often they tell us their stories, which can be quirky and unexpected. We thought it would be fun to share. Introducing Bev, who loves horses and a plant-based diet.

“I appreciate good investments and dislike wasting money.” – Bev

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My name is Bev; I’m 58 years old and live just north of Bundaberg Qld. I work as a teachers aide at a local high school. I love to be on the go, I don’t drink alcohol or smoke and keep fit by bike riding or running at least an hour a day. I own two horses and horse ride on a regular basis. I have a huge organic garden, which supplies most of our food. I strive to better my footprint on the environment and work towards a zero-waste lifestyle.

Tell us something unexpected about you?

I have been a vegetarian since I was young but 12 months ago my husband and I changed to a whole food plant-based diet.

In one sentence, how would you describe your relationship with money?

I understood from a young age that it’s not the key to happiness but it certainly makes life a little easier if you can manage your money correctly. I couldn’t wait to leave school and start earning. I appreciate good investments and dislike wasting money.

Confession time: what do you waste money on?

My horses but because I have owned and ridden horses since I was 10 years old and they bring me so much happiness I wouldn’t call it waste!

Halo time: what’s the best thing you’ve spent money on?

My husband! I lent him some money to buy a business when we first met and the investment has paid back 1000%. We were sensible enough to have a legal contract in place before any money was transferred.

How did you find out about xinja? Why did you choose xinja?

My son Reece introduced me to Xinja, I read up about the company, I really liked the sound of the business, so I decided to invest.

If sky’s the limit, what would xinja create?

Well, I would like to think Xinja could create a waste free world but if not, money literacy within the younger generations would be great and investments into environmentally friendly projects would be another.   

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