Honest caption 🚨: so I bought new shoes, ones I had when I was 13. #emo4ever . I went out in the snow (not that you can see it) firstly to get some fleurs and secondly to get the classic foot/flower shot. 👟💐
What a bloody error, Baltic snowy wind, ankles out and no socks on, I should’ve just yelled “Mayday” and been done with it. Game over! 🏳️
Good photo though. #honestcaptions
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Good evening Troops! Tonight's Sunday dinner involved a concoction from the furthest reaches of my military brain-box. It contained beans and seeds aplenty and was inspired by a recipe sent to me by the one and only @victoriascottage . I salute her!
Slightly different post to the norm. Soap nuts. Quite possibly my new favourite things ever. I switched to soap nuts to wash my clothes a couple of months ago now, for a number of reasons actually:
- To reduce plastic usage (they come in a muslin bag) - To reduce the amount of chemicals used - To use something completely natural - They are organic, biodegradable, non-toxic, sustainable, phosphate free and vegan.
In case you are wondering soap nuts are dried shells of the soapberry. They contain saponin which is a cleaning agent that works like soap and detergent, minus the chemicals. They are 100% natural.
All I do is pop five soap nuts into the little muslin bag which they came with, pop in 15-20 drops of essential oil (I have been using coconut essential oil and it is the 💣), add them into your machine with your laundry and set your washing machine as normal. Just simply remove them when the wash is finished. You can reuse the same five soap nuts about four times, so the 500g is going to last me a while (240 washes it says on the front of the bag). I think the bag cost me about £7.50, which is amazing for that many washes. After I have used the five soap nuts four times, I simply pop them outside in the mud as they are biodegradable. I love them. I will experiment with different essential oils, but I can tell you one thing, I will definitely not be going back to regular detergent! Swipe to see what they look like! 🌰
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We believe that we will see a world where all life is respected, animals have as much right to live as humans!
We can live happy and healthy without harming others, it's time to go vegan ✌🏼️💛🐮✨
Can't wait to be back exploring nature next weekend 🍃
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Sticky tofu with sweet potato noodles. Easy luch 😋
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Some Spinner dolphins and their calves, just hangin... 😍
Apparently Spinners are the most sociable species of dolphins - we’d love to meet some - in their natural habitat of course!
Incredible photo by @brianskerry 💙
Unfortunately, the UK fishing industry contributes to hundreds of dolphin, whale and porpoise deaths every year.
‘The latest report on the numbers of dolphins and porpoises killed in fishing nets and gear in waters around the UK reveals the estimated total caught accidentally by the UK fishing industry is still alarming high, and highlights that too little is being done to stop these unnecessary deaths.
The report, released by Defra (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) estimates that 285 common dolphins were caught in UK gillnets alone in 2016, a similar number to previous years. No estimates are provided for the numbers of dolphins accidentally caught in trawlers. In addition, about 1200-1482 porpoises were reported caught in UK gillnet fisheries’
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This has been my breakfast/pre-workout meal almost every single day for over 50 days now 😆🙊 #creatureofhabit
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Just a simple tofu scramble with veggies and sweet potato 🌱 Recipe to come soon on my blog! #plantpoweredbabe
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Guess I better get working on it now 😂🙈
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If you hold certain animals in higher regard than others (in terms of whether you define them as either pets or food) then you don’t love animals, you love each of the ways that they benefit YOU. @leejeeves
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But do you know why these foods are the healthiest on the planet!?? .
Ginseng has also been studied as a way to improve mood and boost endurance as well as treat cancer, heart disease, fatigue, erectile dysfunction, hepatitis C, high blood pressure, menopausal symptoms, and other conditions.
Turmeric is a natural painkiller and cox-2 inhibitor. May aid in fat metabolism and help in weight management. Has long been used in Chinese medicine as a treatment for depression. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is a natural treatment for arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Practitioners of herbal medicine use soursop fruit and graviola tree leaves to treat stomach ailments, fever, parasitic infections, hypertension and rheumatism. It's used as a sedative, as well. But claims of the fruit's anti-cancer properties have attracted the most attention.
Ginger: Health benefits and dietary tips. Possible health benefits include relieving nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain. The root or underground stem (rhizome) of the ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, in oil form, or as juice.
This was literally me! You can do it and I promise you won't look back 🌱💚 #Repost@earthlinged with @get_repost
Fried chicken flesh was always my go to food throughout university and the staff at my local KFC even knew me by my name. I always said I could never go vegan, or even vegetarian because I loved the taste of animal flesh far too much. After all, why would I ever deprive myself of KFC? You’d have to be mad to be vegan.
I didn’t even know what a chicken raised for their flesh looked like. I didn’t know anything about the suffering they endured. I didn’t know that they were essentially chicks in an obese adult body. I didn’t know that they never saw daylight or breathed fresh air until the day they were killed. I didn’t know that they were slaughtered at six weeks old. I didn’t know that they were crammed into crates on slaughter trucks. I didn’t know that millions of birds were boiled alive in scalding tanks. I didn’t know anything about the animals that I ate.
Once we know better, we can do better. I always said I’d never go vegan, but I did - and that decision was truly the best decision I’ve made in my entire life. Why would I pay someone to kill animals for me? Who am I to hand over my money and demand that someone enslaves and kills an animal for me, just so I can enjoy the taste of that animal’s flesh or secretions for ten minutes? Why would I do that when I can simply eat something else that tastes exactly the same? What gave me the right? I didn’t have the right, I didn’t have the justifications. None of us do. We all have the capacity to change, to grow and to become more compassionate people. None of us actively want to to harm animals, but by living a non-vegan lifestyle, that’s exactly what we do - we pay for animals to be hurt and killed. Align your values with your actions, live vegan.
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