If you’re thinking, “when will this bloody woman stop talking about sustainable fashion and all that shite?” Then the answer is NEVER. The week just gone has been Fashion Revolution Week, during which was the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse (which happened on 24th April 2013). The week aims to encourage people to … More Fashion Revolution Week
It’s time to get real people. I haven’t been blogging as regularly as I would have liked recently, however that does not mean I haven’t been writing and thinking and creating and doing even more thinking (I’m a big thinker), which I will get into in a minute. I’ve had a confusing few months of … More Am I a Writer now?
As the month comes to an end, it’s time to reflect on how well my New Years resolutions are going. As I mentioned in my new years post, I wanted to spend 2019 focusing on doing new things; making new memories; having new adventures. Basically I wanted a year of new new new. Which started … More Veganuary- pass or fail?
This post is written from the perspective of me traveling to a festival with a ginormous travelling backpack… about 4 hours on the train there and for some reason, 7 HOURS AND 5 FRICKIN CHANGES on the way back!!!!!!!! (that reason being a bank holiday Monday…) These journeys also included going through London and getting … More How to travel with a backpack
So a while ago (almost 3 months ago exactly) I wrote a ranty post about the implant. And hormones. And the general aggro that goes with being a woman on contraception. (see here if you haven’t already read it…or if you want to reread it… I just reread it… It’s very angry). So I thought … More 3 months down the line (implant)
So in January 2015, days after turning 19, I went to Haiti. The trip was about 10 days; a week actually in Haiti with a few days either side as a stop off in Miami. And it was an awesome experience. The trip was a medical one; providing care to locals, and creating medical records … More Haiti 2015