Create a more authentic & low-waste life
My Glastonbury Festival looks are based around conscious product choices – low waste, plastic free, natural and cruelty free beauty products.
Sometimes finding ethical brands with great products is hard work. That’s why I always share them with you when I find them.
I don’t smell of anything. It’s like not having pits at all. And I kinda love it.
I mean, they don’t look sexy. But when it comes to scrubbing your vegetables and washing up, they’re the business.
I know that I’m not cut out for veganism. So what’s the answer?
An easy, quick and fuss-free oat milk recipe that requires no cooking, soaking, special ingredients or equipment.
Dhal’s ingredients are cheap, healthy, and easy to source plastic free. This is Jeanette’s version: maximum flavour, minimum fuss.
I made The Kitchn’s homemade almond milk, and it rocks. This beats store-bought almond milk every time.
I’m on a mission to source everything I need with as little packaging as possible.
Scientists want us to eat less meat. But is over-consumption really the issue?
Growing our own food has been a dream for a long time. Here’s some of our progress.
Should we treat plastic as a precious material? I interview acrylic artist Odette Smaldon to see if a shift is coming.