So, you've recently graduated from university. The last few years have been a whirlwind of stress, excitement and emotion. If you were like me and didn't have any big plans straight after graduating, it can feel like the brakes have suddenly been put on. Everything comes to a halt. No more deadlines. No more exams. … Continue reading Graduated: now what?
This vegan chilli is a fantastic recipe full of healthy nutrients. It's a warming, hearty dish that's perfect for the colder months! It has the perfect combination of herbs and spices that form a rich, tasty sauce. Once you've cracked the bolognese, you simply add it to your rice. Recipe notes: VeganGluten-free (depending on whether … Continue reading Warming Lentil Chilli
We've all heard about greenhouse gasses, single-use plastic and pollution damaging our environment. But what about meat, eggs, dairy and fish? Cowspiracy exposed the environmental issues surrounding agriculture and fishing that have been hidden from us. It ended the silence forced upon environmental charities and activists by the government. They have been unable to reveal … Continue reading Why a plant-based diet is the most sustainable
If you're searching for a delicious, easy vegan ramen recipe then look no further! This ramen recipe made MISO happy, I just had to share it with you guys. I conjured up this Thai treat from the ingredients in my cupboard. So you won't need to scour the world food section for this dish. It's … Continue reading Wagamamas-style vegan ramen
You've probably heard the word sustainable being thrown around. From ethical clothing to reusable coffee cups, there's a whole range of 'sustainable' products out there. But what is sustainable living? Living sustainably aims towards living in harmony with the environment, rather than against it. It's a lifestyle that focuses on protecting our environment, society and … Continue reading Shedding light on sustainable living
Can't stop scrolling? Here's some inspiration of things to do instead of being on your phone, with the added bonus of mindfulness techniques. 1. Read a book Reading is a beautiful habit to cultivate. It's remarkable how fictional worlds entice us into a completely unreal world, where facts and reality do not apply. The more … Continue reading 15 things to do instead of scrolling
As a design editor for the University of Nottingham's IMPACT magazine, I was asked to write a collaborative piece on what I would like to see in the future. As soon as I opened the blank word document, I felt the words just flowed easily. I clearly needed to express my thoughts on the topic! … Continue reading What I would like to see in the future