What Dating An Opioid Addict Taught Me About Drugs

Have you ever seen the film called Yes Man? It’s about a man who decides to say Yes to absolutely everything, just to see where it takes him. I would say the first 25 years of my life were Yes Man on steroids. And that is how I, a girl from sleepy Northamptonshire, ended upContinue reading “What Dating An Opioid Addict Taught Me About Drugs”

The Beauty of the Micro-Adventure

This last year has been traumatic and painful for so many people, in so many ways. But among the fear, instability, and loss that has been unfolding, there has also been some significant shifts in perception. After a lifetime being told to work harder, live faster, consume more, and travel further, many people have hadContinue reading “The Beauty of the Micro-Adventure”

10 Household Swaps to Save Your Wallet and the Earth

This week, I’d like to offer you 10 household swaps to save money and the Earth. I think there is often a misconception that making the kinder choice has to be for the privileged few, but the disposable culture that we live in actually costs us far more money than we might realise.  Before IContinue reading “10 Household Swaps to Save Your Wallet and the Earth”

8 Tips For Gardening In A Drought

This week, I would like to talk to you about gardening in a drought. This might seem like a surprising topic from a blog about mental health and conscious travel, but growing your own food is one of the best things that you can do for yourself and for the planet. Why is growing yourContinue reading “8 Tips For Gardening In A Drought”

A Note On Climate Grief

I haven’t been coping very well with climate grief this week. I have curled up in front of the fire for the past three days, crying about things that I don’t have the power to change.  I want to cast a spell on all the people cutting down the rainforest, freezing them into cold hardContinue reading “A Note On Climate Grief”