Reduce Waste… Never Buy Cotton Wool Pads Again!

Having discovered the wonders of the Konjac body sponge (pure vegetable fibre) in my earlier post, I was very excited to try the brand new eye cleansing pads. Thanks go to MyPure who sent me a pack to try out. I don’t use cotton wool pads anyway, I use reusable cloth alternatives. They’re pretty fantastic…

Random Tea… PositiviTEA for every emotion!

I came across the wonderful brand PositiviTEA by way of recommendation from Kat Farrants of Movement for Modern Life – the most wonderful yoga subscription money can buy! They make seven gorgeous chakra inspired teas, blended for balance. A perfect way to end your daily yoga practice, or just to add a sense of calm…

Bathe with a Konjac Plant Sponge

The Konjac Potato or Konnyaku is a perennial plant native to Asia, and can be found growing wild at very high altitudes. Konjac is 97% water, rich in mineral goodness and low in calories, making it a wonderful natural food source. You’ve probably seen them in the form of trendy ‘zero noodles’ seen in many…

Random Causes… The Green Frog Jumps High!

As you may know, I’ve been following the Rainforest Alliance and their little green frog for a while now. Such a wonderful certification, which does wonders for the sustainable farming of so many products which we take for granted, such as tea, coffee, cocoa and bananas. It also makes the the lives of those who grow…

Random Events… VegFest UK London 2015

Roll up! Roll up! It’s only a couple of months until the most fantastic vegan festival to hit the streets of London! VegFest is truly a vegan haven – filled with entertainment, talks and wonderful food – you’ll need a spare pair of feet, a suitcase for the haul of goodies you’ll be taking home,…

Nomads – Fashionable & Fair

Nomads are one of my ‘go to’ brands for ethical and affordable fashion.  As well as making beautiful, flattering clothes, they have a wonderful social and environmental conscience. Established in 1989, the wonderful designs of Nomads were inspired from a love of Indian crafts. Traditional methods of embroidery and tie-dye are still used and this…