Happy Earth Day! 5 Ways to Celebrate it

Tomorrow is Earth Day. First celebrated in 1970, it now seems more relevant than ever to have a day dedicated to demonstrating support for environmental protection. Since 1970 our planet's population has more than doubled (yikes), this naturally has seriously taken a toll on Earth and its inhabitants. If we knew how many species we’ve already … Continue reading Happy Earth Day! 5 Ways to Celebrate it

Thailand: Sustainable City Guide – Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is northern Thailand's largest city located in a valley on the banks of the Ping River. The city itself is quite modern but has an old town surrounded by gates and walls which further afield is surrounded by rainforest, mountains and waterfalls. Getting around Despite being the north's largest city, Chiang Mai isn't too … Continue reading Thailand: Sustainable City Guide – Chiang Mai

Thailand: Sustainable Travel Tips For Kanchanaburi

A week ago we left Bangkok and headed west 128km on a train to Kanchanaburi. After spending seven nights in the town, I thought I'd share a few of my sustainable travel tips just incase any of you were to ever visit. Eat at On's Thai Issan - I'm not a vegetarian, nor am I vegan. … Continue reading Thailand: Sustainable Travel Tips For Kanchanaburi

Mersey Paradise

This weekend was spent in one of my favourite places - Liverpool. It's where I went to Uni and will always hold a very special place in my heart. Here are some of the things that makes Liverpool so special to me... The People Scousers - friendly, hilarious and often found wearing pjs and rollers … Continue reading Mersey Paradise

Plastic Free: Wash Bag

We're now half way through Plastic Free July and in the lead up to my travels (52 sleeps!!!... not that I'm counting...) I thought I'd share with you what's in my wash bag. Some of it's plastic free, some's zero waste and some I need your help with... Bamboo tooth brush and holder - Anything But Plastic - Dentists … Continue reading Plastic Free: Wash Bag

Nottingham: Sustainable City Guide

As a regular frequenter and fan of Nottingham (the city not the football team, just to be clear) I was hardly surprised to find them featured in Pebble Mags guide to sustainable cities. I was pleased to see some of my favourite places in Nottingham on the guide as well as some new places for me to … Continue reading Nottingham: Sustainable City Guide

Walking free: Vivobarefoot

Firstly, I apologise that it has nearly been a whole month since my last post. I've been very preoccupied with work, party planning (I got engaged!!!) and travel research, but I've now got my head around it and I'm back in the blogging game. Before Christmas I invested in a new pair of walking boots … Continue reading Walking free: Vivobarefoot