5 Tips From the Zero Waste Movement That Could Help During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Not meaning to add to the hysteria but it’s scary stuff, this pandemic business, isn’t it? Thankfully I haven’t had to self-isolate, but I know people who have, either because someone in their household is ill or they’re elderly or they have a health condition that would make it more serious if they were to…… Continue reading 5 Tips From the Zero Waste Movement That Could Help During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Can individuals actually make a difference to the climate crisis?

A recurrent conversation that I have with friends is about whether individuals making small changes can have any real impact on the climate crisis. When our contributions are so small in the grand scheme of things and when big, powerful nations and corporations do so much more damage compared, what’s the point of even trying?…… Continue reading Can individuals actually make a difference to the climate crisis?

Alternatives to Meat

Meat-free meals for tofu haters I said in a previous post about how some people are picky about veg. Well, one of the reasons that I’ve struggled with vegetarianism is that I’m picky about meat substitutes. And when I say meat substitutes, I’m not just talking about foods that have been developed to look and…… Continue reading Alternatives to Meat

Vegetarian Meals for Meat Lovers

Eating less meat is something that is increasingly becoming the norm. Whether it’s meat-free Mondays or Veganuary or flexitarianism or whatever you want to call it, more and more people are opting for the veggie option, and for good reason. Because, as much as I love my bacon butties, it’s well-accepted that meat consumption is…… Continue reading Vegetarian Meals for Meat Lovers