This simple recipe can be made with things you can find in your cupboard and some fresh veg. It’s also the kind of recipe in which you can pretty much chuck anything veg in and it’ll work. Depending on the size of your slow cooker, you can make a big batch and freeze multiple portions; perfect for the current self-isolation guidance.
With the country currently on lockdown, the word ‘bored’ doesn’t even begin to cover how most people feel about this situation. Here are 50 things that you can do whilst on lockdown. You can do 5 or 10 of them, or all 50, but there are lots of ideas here that will hopefully keep you entertained during this uncertain time.
With all that is going on at the moment, you might feel a growing sense of desire to give back to local or distant communities. With the outbreak of the Coronavirus or the bush-fires in Australia or unjust political corruption, the truth of the matter is, you might not always have the financial means to give as much as you’d like. Fortunately, there are many ways you can create a positive impact, even if it’s on a shoestring budget.
Iron is an essential mineral needed in the body to make Haemoglobin (red blood cells) which are responsible for carrying and transporting oxygen around the body. A lack of iron will lead to aneamia which can cause fatigue, low mood, heart palpitations and can lead to other serious health conditions such as permanent heart rhythm changes and problems with the lungs. Women especially should consider their iron levels and supplement it during their periods where there is blood loss
If ever there was a time to consider the human impact on the environment and make changes, it is this moment, now.
Initially I intended this post to be a positive look at some of the things that non-independent businesses were doing, but I just can’t make my post solely positive. The main emphasis I will be making in this post isn’t only negative, only that all of these places could be doing more.
The third sustainable development goal that the UN has set out is called ‘Good health and Wellbeing’. The UN states that ‘ensuring healthy lives and promoting the well-being at all ages is essential to sustainable development.’ There are 13 points to Goal 3 but within this post, we will be exploring two of them; 3.1, 3.8.