"Hummingbird" (2019) Tombow fudenosuke, Staedtler fineliners, and acrylics on cotton rag paper.Gift for a friend.
Some of the clutter I managed to lose. A belated happy new year to you all! Like most folk, I entered 2019 with a handful of resolutions. To be healthier, happier, and better all around. One of my major life battles is with clutter. I idolise those who can live a minimalist lifestyle, but no… Continue reading Winning (by losing) the Minimalism Game
I’m not perfect, but I had always thought that the level of rubbish I created was not that bad. Okay, that’s a lie. I had never thought about the level of rubbish I created because I assumed that it was not that bad. After all I used moon pads, a bamboo toothbrush, and reusable bags!… Continue reading Trash Audit
I didn't think much of the phone call. It was Friday morning. I was enjoying an early lunch partner after a fun night out in Glasgow the night before, when my phone rang. It was someone from the Work Connect programme saying not to come in next Tuesday. It was a bit of a bummer,… Continue reading Havoc Burned
"Poppies and Hare" (2017) Acrylic on canvas. 12 x 16 inches For sale: £50 Prints and greetings cards available at Red Bubble
False starts and head starts Today is the last day of my Veganuary challenge; my 31st day eating a vegan diet. I wish I could tell you about the amazing culinary adventure that I've had but to be honest, going vegan has been pretty unremarkable! I had scheduled to start on the 1st of January,… Continue reading Veganuary: The finish line?
In the next few days thousands of people, including myself, will be giving veganism a try. Since 2014, Veganuary has been encouraging anyone and everyone to give the vegan diet and lifestyle a go for just 31 days. Even in these days of vegan convenience foods and easy internet access, the thought of adopting a… Continue reading Veganuary 2018: Why I’m taking part