There are lots of different ways to educate yourself on climate change and issues of sustainability so we have out together a summer watch list of documentaries, series and films for you to enjoy whilst educating yourself on sustainability. This list is by no means comprehensive but is just to give you an idea of some of things you can watch about different issues.
Our hands tell our story. They show our past and can predict our future but we rarely remember to take care of them.
Bread is a staple in many peoples diets. It’s perfect with soup, toasted with some butter first thing in the morning or late at night, as the main building blocks of a sandwich. Bread is ingrained in human life. As I now have some extra free time on my hands I have been on a one-woman mission to make sourdough bread, which means starting at the very beginning with making a sourdough starter.
With lockdown making us feel isolated and detached from the world, now more than ever it is important to appreciate the nature around us.
When the world feels at wrongs, soup always makes me feel right. Whether it’s from a tin or homemade you can’t go wrong. However, in my own opinion, homemade soup is next level. Not only do you make one portion you can make up to 6 portions with this recipe (which can be doubled if more is needed).
If ever there was a time to consider the human impact on the environment and make changes, it is this moment, now.