Since I have been jetting in and out of the country non-stop since last summer (taking about 20+ flights since), my carbon emissions have not exactly been the lowest. Whilst I adjust to routines and everyday living (graduate job applications aren’t too thrilling, in case you are wondering), I look back on my many air travel experiences in different countries, sharing with you below ways in which I made it as low waste and sustainable as possible.
Continue reading “The Lowdown on Low Waste Air Travel”
It’s nearly Christmas Day, and I have only got one wrapped present – for my brother – this year. Yes, one.
I’m practicing the art and principles behind a minimal lifestyle. With the prevalence of mass consumerism and materialism during the holiday season, it seemed to be the perfect time of year to get to grips with minimalism.
Continue reading “My First Minimalist Christmas”
How can we limit the 15 million tonnes of food wasted a year in the UK?
According to a recent survey carried out by supermarket giant Sainsbury’s, an annual average of £700 per household remains inaccessible as food waste – a disturbingly substantial amount which is near enough 3 months’ worth of meals for an average UK family. Though a known sceptic of all-things statistics in the mainstream media, the figures presented merely highlights a growing problem in the country which I have encountered on a near-daily basis.
Continue reading “Food Waste Footprint: Freegans, FoodCyle, and Me”