Boxercise Ft. 9Round Southampton

[9Round Southampton has now closed] If you’ve been following my fitness journey for a while, you’ll know that cardio is most certainly not my strong point. I’ve bounced from boxercise classes, to sprintervals to joining a running club and getting up to 5k. I stuck with the running for about a year, it obviously works…… Continue reading Boxercise Ft. 9Round Southampton

Atlas Biomed – Microbiome

[ad – gifted product] You might have seen my review of the Atlas Biomed DNA test, but I actually did two tests but wanted to write about them separately. When you do both tests with Atlas Biomed, they combine your health profile between the DNA test, Microbiome and a questionnaire that helps them understand your…… Continue reading Atlas Biomed – Microbiome

Mindful Chef: 15minute Meals

[ad – gifted product] Anyone that knows me knows I love a good recipe box, but now that I’ve been eating more and more plant-based meals it has been getting increasingly difficult to find vegan options on the most well-known recipe delivery services – though I’m sure they are/will be improving after the success of…… Continue reading Mindful Chef: 15minute Meals

Zero Waste: Kitchen

Creating a zero waste kitchen is probably the part of the house I have been struggling with most. It seems more difficult (more effort) and is definitely more expensive as there are so many different things to cover. For one, we are used to using so many different cleaning products but, actually, with a little…… Continue reading Zero Waste: Kitchen

HarBAR on 6th

[ad – gifted meal for purpose of review] If you live in Southampton you’ve probably at least heard of the Southampton Harbour Hotel, if not had a little sneak peak around the area. I used to be part of a running club in Southampton (shout out SRC!) and there was a route that actually included…… Continue reading HarBAR on 6th

Zero Waste – Period

Let’s jump right in: Who remembers Fatberg from last year? A 130 tonne solid block of waste, blocking Londons sewers, partially made from tampons and sanitary products that have been flushed down the toilet. Personally, I’ve never understood this issue because I’ve never met anyone who flushes tampons down the toilet, everyone knows not to…… Continue reading Zero Waste – Period

Zero Waste: Menstrual Cup

Using a menstrual cup is one of my top zero waste swaps and, in terms of period protection, it’s definitely the most convenient and least waste producing option but there is a little controversy surrounding them. A lot of people find even just the idea of them gross and don’t even want to hear about it,…… Continue reading Zero Waste: Menstrual Cup

Zero Waste – Skincare

In my recent Zero Waste Bathroom  post I kind of skipped over skincare as I wanted to give it its own space so I could mention a few different things aside from just my personal skincare right now – as our skin is individual and what works for one may not work for another! Not every element…… Continue reading Zero Waste – Skincare