If you are just dipping your toe into the world of pre-loved and pre-owned fashion, #SecondhandSeptember is a great time to get started. The campaign, which was originally started by Oxfam to promote donating, reusing, rewearing and restyling clothes during the month of September, now inspires events all over the UK. Here’s how you can get involved in Cardiff.View Post
In an effort to eat more sustainable seafood, I’ve been looking at what’s on the market and came across Fish4Ever. Their tinned fish range was created with nutrition and variety in mind, with all fish sourced from small scale boats, using the most selective methods, and processed by fisheries that are local to the fish.
If you’re a last-minute meal planner like me, these are perfect to have tucked away in the cupboard – ready to dig out for a quick and tasty midweek dinner like this.View Post
Working with two of my creative pals, Will and Sam, I’ve launched the Cardiff Wine Passport: Summer Edition – a new way to explore the best indie bars and restaurants in Cardiff city centre.
I created the passport as a way to champion some of the brilliant independent hospitality businesses who have had such a rough ride over the last couple of years. Unlike the chain venues you’ll find in cities all over the UK, indie hospitality venues make our city centre a unique place to spend time, giving it a flavour and a personality you can’t find anywhere else!View Post
August is an abundant month here in Wales, with fields, allotments and farmer’s markets overflowing with fresh produce. Which means it’s also the perfect opportunity to double down on eating locally, seasonally and ultimately – more sustainably. Eating locally produced food, when it’s in season, keeps more money in British farming and creates a more resilient, climate adaptive food system.View Post