So I started 2018 with a month long social media detox. I found it so rewarding that I had to share my experience and recommend it. I deleted the following apps and banned all usage of these platforms for a month. Instagram Facebook Twitter Facebook messenger Pinterest I didn't delete Snapchat, mostly because I didn't … Continue reading My Month Unplugged
So it’s that time of year where it gets pretty nippy. This means we need some real wholesome food to warms us up! One of my latest go to recipe when batch cooking is this lovely peanut butter and sweet potato stew. The ingredients are pretty simple: Oil Salt and pepper 2 tsp of minced … Continue reading Vegan Winter Warmer
For any recent vegans who are having Nutella cravings. This recipe tastes ridiculously like nutella. Ingredients: Self Rising Flour (But you can use almond flour to make it gluten-free) Brown sugar (can use agave as a substitute) Rapeseed Oil (Or you can use your favourite oil or vegan butter) Vanilla Extract Vegan Chocolate chips (I bought non … Continue reading Vegan Almond Chocolate Cookies
I am a Civil Engineer and I am often asked what a Civil Engineer does. What is a Civil Engineer? To refer to the Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE)* Royal Charter Civil Engineering is the ‘art of directing the great sources of power in nature’ to improve society. This can be seen in the … Continue reading Could you be a Civil Engineer?
'How to engage with and give back to your communities' Using the charity event 'Miss Plymouth Sweetheart' which I founded on October 2015 in aid of Derriford Children Cancer Service. I will tell you how I founded it and gives tips on how you can have a charitable involvement and engage with your community. I … Continue reading How to engage with your communities (Casestudy: Miss Plymouth Sweetheart)