So ages ago, I had a series called Baby Steps, where I talked about my journey to trying to be more sustainable. During the pandemic, I put that series on the shelf because circumstances were making it hard for me to make any changes worth writing about, and when everyone was just surviving, it didn’t feel like the right time for it. The last thing I want to do is to make people feel like they should be living that perfect #ZeroWaste life when priorities have changed so much, and so many people are just in survival mode. However, I have been trying to make some changes to my lifestyle and diet to boost my health, and as a part of that, I recently bought some products from MyVegan!
I would advise consulting with a doctor or nutritionist before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle, because what works for one person won’t work for others. I am not a nutritionist, so I’m looking at these products purely from a consumer perspective, and I am not affiliated with MyVegan.
Well, a lot has happened since my last post in the Baby Steps series. I’m not really continuing it at the moment because when people are very limited to what they can buy, and are having to buy whatever they can find, I don’t think encouraging sustainable choices is a very helpful option. Of course, if you’re able to still make the more sustainable choice I would advocate for taking it, but equally, when the supermarkets are carrying much smaller selections, and availability generally has decreased, it can’t be a priority. Having said that, I did want to do a follow up to my last post, my Lent Goals post, as Easter has now happened.Read More »
Welcome back to my Baby Steps series! Today, I’m going to be talking about what I’m doing for Lent to try to be more sustainable. I know Lent is already underway, but I took a bit of a break while I got caught up on university work. Still, I’m back now, and we’re only a few days into Lent. If you want to check out my broader goals for the year, you can find my most recent post in the series here.Read More »