Few things can express how indescribably happy it makes me to sit on the ground and paint my little heart out for hours on end.. Getting lost in the music, the way the colours dance together, the way my mind wonders off and opens up and suddenly my fingertips are just a portal for the depths of my mind to come to life.. Nothing matters. But at the same time, everything does. That's all art has ever meant to me, that's all it's ever meant to be.Read More
Some love enters your life by the tug of a hand, ready to test and challenge every part of your notion just to raise and grow you. Some love arrives on a grateful whisper, content with floating calmly downstream beside you. Others grip you firmly by the shoulders and shake you! While some follows you quietly, planting flowers in your footsteps.. Some love warmly breathes into your ear and completely fills you to a point where you feel you could explode.. And sometimes you do.Read More
It’s been just over four months since I began my journey as the Environmental Systems Engineer at Outland Denim. I’ve been so enthralled in my role I’ve barely had time to talk about it, but with our recent trip to Cambodia I thought it the perfect opportunity to start… From the start.Read More
Conscious vs Sustainable?
To sum this up - there is no possible way in the western world that we are able to live sustainably. To live sustainably would mean to live in complete balance - everything that comes in equals what goes out - and around and around it goes. This is not only incredibly intimidating but unrealistic in the western world. This is why I use the term conscious. When I say this, I mean to actively think about the choices you make in your every day life to reduce the impact we have on the world around us. Think of this mentality like a vine - weaving through your mind in all aspects of your life - the food you eat, the products you use, the way you carry yourself. Conscious living is very realistic, and is something each one of us can start and better at today.
I’ve been moving for as long as I can remember. Countries, cities, towns. Almost comfortable with a constant flux of change - well, the idea of it anyway. I don’t think anyone can become settled with never quite knowing where to call home. By the time I was 20 I’d lived in equally as many houses, maybe more - each one with a story.Read More