Sustainability


Embrace and Enjoy Your Averageness

We all like to feel special, it’s human nature, we are physiologically programmed to crave that dopamine hit. We’d all like to be remembered long after our time on Earth is up. But the fact is, most of us won’t be. Most of us are average. But is averageness really […]

embrace being average

Calling out the plastic polluters

Calling Out The Biggest Plastic Polluters

Every month, I collect the stories that fascinate, inspire, educate and are generally worth keeping for reference on a Flipboard monthly magazine. I try to keep it positive, but sometimes, some stories stand out. I found this article on Reuters about the world’s biggest plastic polluters and their ‘solution’ to […]


being a little bit activist - protest

Being A Little Bit Activist

I want to be more activist when it comes to green business, sustainability, and the environment.  As I’m still not reading any fiction at the moment, most of my recent book choices are along those lines. More of my thinking, planning, and writing for the next phase in my business has […]


The Right To Work From Home: Good or Bad?

I happened upon an article in my MSN newsfeed… I like the fact that it’s not immediately obvious of the source of articles on MSN. It strips away our inbuilt prejudices to particular publications. As I read this article, my first thought was, “imagine working for someone like this, what […]

The right to home working

Dinner for Two - A Review of Hello Fresh Meal Boxes

Review of Hello Fresh Meal Boxes

Living through lockdown is like Groundhog Day. The days repeat and merge into each other. Damp days of staying at home and barely communicating with any other humans. Even food is getting boring! We’ve been preparing the same old things for dinner. It was time for a little variety, to […]


Packaging Matters For Fashion Businesses

Making ethical buying choices can be challenging. One the one hand we want to reduce waste – especially single use plastic – yet on the other we have a budget to keep to, there are often compromises. Plastics take thousands of years to decompose and are causing massive damage to our […]

sustainable packaging choices for business

Sustainability through the seasons - self sufficiency

Living Self-Sufficiently: What Green Habits Will You Adopt?

Living self-sufficiently – World events have forced many of us to start taking sustainability seriously. The looming threats of further lockdowns and future pandemics. The (UK) government’s lack of action and funding on climate change – in fact, recent parliamentary actions are actively reducing food safety and security when we […]


Essentialism: Inspiration and A Book Review

  Remember Marie Condo? Her decluttering methodology was so 2019.Her approach to clearing out your wardrobe was to only keep the clothes that ‘spark joy’, then thank the rest of your clothes before putting them in the charity bag. I bet there are thousands of people regretting putting that fluffy […]

Book review and tips on essentialism

Medical practices moving online

Medical Practices That Have Made A Move Online

As life relies more and more on digital, a contributor explores how this has impacted medical practices…   Medical Practice Moving Online Our world was well and truly heading towards an extremely digitalized way of life anyway, now, with Covid-19, a lot of this progress had had to move more […]