Hi guys! I’ve been really struggling to think of good lifestyle posts in lockdown because everything I would usually write about seems so irrelevant. I was chatting to my dad on Father’s Day and he mentioned a meal he’d had recently that I thought I might enjoy. We looked for the original recipe but we couldn’t find it, so in the end I made up my own version of it. This is a super customisable recipe: all the vegetables are swappable, and so is the seasoning, so you can tailor it to your tastes, but this was what I did to make my version. It’s so simple and easy to do, so this is going to be a pretty short blog post, but no shame in that! Let me know if you try this, or if you’ve made a similar version of it before! I didn’t realise it was even possible to cook rice in the oven before I made this, but it was super easy and delicious.Read More »
I’ll be honest, I really struggled to think of a topic for this post! I want to keep doing my Wednesday lifestyle posts, and talk about sustainability, but it feels weird at the minute seeing as everything I would usually talk about seems so irrelevant. But then I realised there have been a couple of things I’ve done during lock down that I hope will help to have an impact on my lifestyle for a long time to come.Read More »
For the Baby Steps series, I post recipe ideas, recommend cruelty free makeup and toiletry brands for a range of budgets, look at alternative products that have a lower environmental impact and also talk about my own journey and progress.Read More »
For the Baby Steps series, I post recipe ideas, recommend cruelty free makeup and toiletry brands for a range of budgets, look at alternative products that have a lower environmental impact and also talk about my own journey and progress.
Almost a year ago, I decided I was going to try being pescatarian. I’d been buying only cruelty free makeup and toiletries for about six months already, and it seemed like the next step towards a more sustainable life. I decided I’d give up meat for Lent: it was a set time period, long enough to be challenging, but not so long that it would feel as though the end was never in sight. My main reason in deciding to continue to eat fish during my experiment was just that I knew I wouldn’t manage to eat all the fish in my freezer before the beginning of Lent and I didn’t want it to go to waste. It was surprisingly easy, and I think the only time I slipped up was when I forgot marshmallows weren’t vegetarian and had them in a milkshake.