Mams Day: Ethical Gift Guide

MEMO for those of you that may have forgotten; Mother's Day is just two weeks away. Here are some ideas on what to get those important women (Mam, Auntie, Gran, Mum, Grandma, Mommy, Mother, Sister, Neighbour, Great Aunt... whoever it is) in your life. How about a candle from the Recycled Candle Company - Made from … Continue reading Mams Day: Ethical Gift Guide

Ethical Men’s Clothing

On Sunday it was International Men's Day. To show appreciation for my male followers, I thought I'd share some ethical men's clothing (also ladies... Christmas is coming up... present suggestions for your Dad, Brother, Boyfriend?). Brothers We Stand Providing the basic essentials made in a wind-powered factory from organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles. Ecoalf … Continue reading Ethical Men’s Clothing

Taking a break. Getting a balance.

Dear Readers, It's been a full week since my last post, and it will be even longer till my next... I am taking a break from blogging. I do love blogging, I really do. But at the moment I'm struggling to get the right balance. And in all honesty it's been messing with my head! … Continue reading Taking a break. Getting a balance.

Natural Shampoo

Converting to a natural shampoo that does not recommend the use of a conditioner around the time of dying my hair made me very nervous. Very nervous indeed. But I really needn't of been. Odylique's Gentle Herb Shampoo is great! It is 100% natural and 70% organic. It is free from animal testing, sulfates, fragrance, artificial … Continue reading Natural Shampoo

Music Festival Essentials

Right now I'm so excited! Tomorrow I'm off to Truck Festival in Oxfordshire. I really just can't wait to get there, put the tent up and crack open a can. Aside from the general festival atmosphere and discovering new bands, I'm really looking forward to... Libertines - even though I've seen them so many times before, nothing beats … Continue reading Music Festival Essentials

Responsible Running

I used to hate running. Back at school I was half decent so always got picked for cross country and athletics. Then once I left school and tried to go running on my own I'd just give up after 15 minutes as I'd get bored. However recently I have taken it up again and have … Continue reading Responsible Running