Click here to read my article 'The Power of Nature' for Mental Health Awareness week in RAMpage news. Whilst it is no longer Mental Health Awareness week, we should continue to look out for ourselves and each other, and try to enjoy some of the benefits of nature as often as possible!
Click here to read my review and thoughts on David Attenborough's 'witness statement', in the second edition of RAMpage news (click on the pdf of issue 2; the article starts on page 3).
Click here to read my resource on good eco-friendly shops in central London, in the second edition of RAMpage news (click on the pdf of issue 2; the article starts on page 31).
…continued: here are the other low-waste swaps that I have gradually made when showering. Bodywash I use a solid soap bar, for body washing and for shaving. Solid soap bars are pretty common in most shops that sell cosmetics and shower essentials, but 'Peace with the Wild' has some great natural options, and the UK … Continue reading Shower essentials pt.2
Click here to read my article from the first edition of RAMpage news, on some of the environmental impacts of Covid-19.
Shampoo Possibly the first low-waste swap I consciously made, was switching from typical supermarket shampoo, to a solid shampoo bar (I currently use one from ‘Lush’). The initial cost of the shampoo bar can seem off-putting (The ‘Lush’ bars cost an average of £8), but they last an insanely long time. I have also found … Continue reading Shower essentials pt.1 – Haircare
Food Shopping My two top tips for food shopping sustainably, are to make a list of exactly what you need before you leave, and to never shop hungry! Making a list of what you need implies that you know what you’re going to be cooking/eating for the next few days, so it is also worth … Continue reading Sustainable Shopping Essentials pt.1 – Food