[Gifted | Affiliate Links] A lot of people say there’s no ethical consumption under capitalism, and yes to an extent that might be true. However, being green doesn’t mean you you need to abandon retail therapy. Ethical shopping absolutely is possible, and here’s how you can do it. What is ethical shopping? Ethical shopping is… Continue reading Ethical Shopping: Do You Need To Abandon Retail Therapy To Be Green?
[Sponsored Post] Life isn’t always inspiring which is why it’s important to find creativity somewhere. I’m my happiest when I am creating something which is why I try to make it apart of my daily life; whether that’s writing, blogging, music, or poor attempts at art. As Mr Keating said in Dead Poets Society; these… Continue reading Using Creativity in my Daily Life: How The Flow Never Stops
[Sponsored Post] Lockdown had been hard on everyone, as we’ve had to spend months away from our loved ones. A question I’ve been getting a lot of recently is “so did you get to isolate with your boyfriend?”, and the answer to that is no, I didn’t. I still live with my parents so it… Continue reading How I kept my relationship alive while ‘rona kept us apart
If you didn’t already know; I’m vegan. Being vegan is the single biggest thing anyone can do to reduce their carbon footprint, however, not everyone can go vegan. A lot of “radical vegans” will say otherwise, but frankly, suggesting everyone can go vegan and thrive on a vegan diet is ablest. That logic doesn’t take… Continue reading How to be Green Without Going Vegan
The world is never going to be the same. An unexpected conversation that popped up during all the madness was about rock as a political genre. A lot of people expressed disappointment at large figures in rock music defending Black Lives Matter or speaking up during Pride Month, saying that music ins’t meant to be… Continue reading 24 Political Rock Songs You Need to Listen To