I have made no allusions to the fact that I am the queen of procrastination and general idleness. But despite my lazy preoccupations, even I have to face the facts that some routines must be maintained; especially those which involved hygiene!
As such, this month I have been looking into ways I can become a little more eco-friendly in the bathroom and swapping a few essential products to be ever so slightly greener. Here are 5 changes I’ve been making so far… Continue reading Green, Clean and Smelling Good: going green in the bathroom
Happy Friday everyone! The weekend is approaching and it’s nearly time to kick off those shoes, enjoy some good food and have a well-deserved glass of wine. But if, like me, you’re trying to live a greener lifestyle and be more conscious about what you consume; getting to grips with what wine you should drink can be pretty tricky. Continue reading Understanding: Ethical & Vegan Wine
Hope you all had lovely lazy bank holiday weekends, with a healthy balance of fun and rest! Now, I must admit I have put my green living journey on the back burner these last few days to concentrate on relaxing, sleeping and eating…but I promise I am back on it this week!
So to ease us back in to the week, I thought I would share this scrummy vegan fruit crumble cake recipe; which is surprisingly delicious hot with custard or as a cold lunchtime treat. Continue reading Lazy Recipe: Vegan Fruit crumble cake
The word Biodiversity has cropped up on my radar a few times in my life – but as a complete dummy when it comes to science, and with very little knowledge of plants (outside of food…); I must admit I’ve never given it much thought. But as today marks The United Nations International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) – aiming to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues – maybe it’s time I do some homework! Continue reading Understanding: Biodiversity
Now, this might seem like a very odd question but let me explain…
I think myself to be a very lucky countryside commuter; starting my day with a brisk 25 minute walk to work, along a steep and scenic country path in rural Cornwall. And as the day at my desk comes to a close, I always have the gentle walk back down the hill to look forward to; amongst wild flowers, dusty paths and resident cows!
Continue reading Can Cows sniff out a Vegan?
Happy meat free Monday lazy green people!
As Monday always feels like the longest day of the week, and when you get home you aren’t always in the mood to cook, I thought I would share a favourite easy vegan recipe of mine. And the best thing is, this recipe serves about 4 people; so if there are less of you, you have a whole other meal ready for you to have another day!
Continue reading Lazy recipe: Tofu satay with Purple Sprouting broccoli
Hello lazy green people!
This weekend I am knee deep in boring Uni work (no rest for the lazy eh?!) so, to keep you all out of trouble and give you something fun and green to try, I thought I would share something nifty I made recently.
Continue reading Lazy making: Chalkboard storage tub
Not usually one for following recipes; I never really have the patience to follow something step-by-step, and usually end up free-styling and making it up. But…last week my friend told me she had made her own granola, and it actually sounded very easy to do. In fact, what I love is the fact you really don’t need to follow any strict ingredient list, and can add anything you have lying around in the cupboard. You literally just chuck in what you fancy!
Continue reading Lazy recipe: Easy Toasted nutty & seeded Granola