Vegan Food Guide to Tokyo, Japan

This is extremely overdue, but I spent a month visiting family in Tokyo last October- November. Whilst there, I decided to go and explore the Vegan options the city had to offer, which were surprisingly large in number. This was the first time I had been actively seeking out Vegan food, so all these places … Continue reading Vegan Food Guide to Tokyo, Japan

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2017; my year of a thousand tears

Finally, 2017 has come to an end. A year in which I have struggled, a culmination of a dozen endings with no new beginnings, just an expanse of limbo and sadness whilst trying to work out what is the meaning of my life and my next steps forward. Being alone a lot of the year has meant … Continue reading 2017; my year of a thousand tears

Really easy DIY Christmas Gift Ideas

For the loved ones in your life for whom you want to get a little something, without spending too much money or creating a lot of waste, DIY presents are the perfect solution. Here is my lineup of my really easy, tried and tested DIY recipes/ step by steps, to create something unique and one … Continue reading Really easy DIY Christmas Gift Ideas

Thoughts on the UK animal sentience law controversy

In the past few weeks there has been outrage from campaigners after the news that the EU law confirming animal sentience has not been voted to be passed through the UK Brexit agreement at this time. Campaigners claim this shows how low animal welfare is as a priority for the new UK political structure post-Brexit, … Continue reading Thoughts on the UK animal sentience law controversy

Zero Waste Deodorant- recipe and review

I first heard about links between aluminium and breast cancer when I was around 13 years old; I have no idea where I heard this especially back in the early 2000’s but somehow this information trickled into my consciousness from somewhere. This resulted in me buying a salt rock deodorant; however through my early teenage … Continue reading Zero Waste Deodorant- recipe and review

An unconventional love letter

                     I remember being around 11 years old and pining for a dog. I watched Blue Peter religiously every day and their dogs Lucy, Mabel and Meg (a golden retriever and two border collies respectively) were literally what I wanted most in life. I was a … Continue reading An unconventional love letter