Keep it Clean with Bio-D

There are so many things you can do to connect with nature on World Environment Day. One of the best ways is to look after and protect it. A very simple way to do this is to consider the cleaning products you are using at home – are they full of toxic chemicals and what…

Focus, Stay Awake… then Relax & Enjoy the Summer!

Sometimes modern life requires us to keep going when we’re tired, or stay focused when our brain doesn’t want to think. As a result, we can then find it hard to relax when it’s time to shut down. So, if you’re a student studying for exams, a hard worker with long hours, or you simply…

Reducing Your Plastic Footprint … Bottled Water Be Gone!

Bottled water consumption has tripled over the past 10 years, and this has huge implications on the environment. The production of plastic bottles requires 17 million barrels of oil per year, produces more than 2.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year, and uses three times the amount of water than is contained inside the…

Go Dairy Free with Koko…

Did you know that over 75% of the human population worldwide are lactose intolerant? This is totally normal. We are not supposed to drink cows milk. Cows milk is for baby cows. We are, in fact, the only species that drinks milk from another species. Most animals don’t continue to drink milk after infancy, thus…

Wellness Teas from Indigo Herbs

Teas are wonderfully comforting – for me they are part of my daily routine. Particularly in the evening, sometime after dinner, tea provides me with my relaxation, my end of day marker… my “me” time. I also like to use teas for health and well-being. Peppermint tea to help digestion, raspberry leaf for period pains,…

Debut Single from Vegan Musician – Tally Spear

Vegan-British multi-instrumentalist Tally Spear, will be releasing her debut single ‘Wrong Side Of The Road’, on 5th May. Offering a contemporary take on country-tinged Americana folk music, the young artist infuses her 60s leaning songwriting with driving drums, harmonised choruses and a sun-kissed demeanor, which soaked by the energised sound of a harmonica, unveils a…

Vegan Festivals Galore – Leicester & Nottingham

A couple of weeks ago, I attend Leicester’s biggest vegan festival yet – and it was simply wonderful. We ate more cake than you can imagine and chatted to lots of lovely new people. With 100 stalls, 15 caterers and lots of talks and cookery demonstrations, it was a day enjoyed by all.   Regular…

Buying Fair & Ethical Tea

Everyone loves a cuppa. Whether you like a strong, classic brew, an aromatic cup of Earl Grey or a caffeine free infusion, it’s a really comforting drink and it’s important to make sure that you source the best. The best quality, and of course, the best ethics. There’s nothing calming about sipping at a cup…

Bluebird Tea… Tastes Like it says on the Tin!

My name is Lynsey and I am a tea-a-holic. Phew. Now that’s out there. Though, to be fair, if you follow me on any social media platform, it really is pretty damn obvious. And if you’ve visited my house, you quite possibly think I have a problem. Yes, those are my tea shelves. There’s also…

Random Tea… Drink Your Vitamins

When Alice fell down the rabbit hole and obediently followed the instructions on a little bottle, I’m not quite sure that shrinking was quite what she expected. Much like Alice’s mysterious drink, the super-teas from T Plus give you a little something other than simple refreshment – but instead of shrinking you, it will help to keep…

Random Beauty… Discover the Benefits of Moringa Oil

I’d never tried Moringa Oil until recently. Actually, I’d barely heard of it. I was aware it was an oil pressed from the seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree, but that was about it. I knew nothing about how amazing it was for the skin, or indeed that it could be used for cooking. That was…