As I try and breathe a bit of new life in to Tomorrow Living, I want to introduce a few features which will crop up on a monthly basis. I know a lot of bloggers do a similar post to this, but I’m a nosy old thing and they’re some of my favourite posts to read. I also like to chat a lot about things which I think are fab so these sorts of posts may stop me from winding up my friends and family who don’t want to hear about what’s just happened in the book I’m currently reading for the 85th time. So, without further ado, here’s what I’ve been enjoying this month.
Regardless of what year you do it in, finishing university is a bit of an odd experience. This year, however, felt like a particularly weird one. Not that I’ve had the pleasure of graduating before, but the combination of Brexit, a new PM, a terrifying wave of violence across Europe and the Middle East, and the general feeling of despondency which permeated London during much of June and July made finishing University quite daunting. University was a pleasant bubble, and the real world wasted no time in popping it.
I’m pretty sure if you take a look at my last post, it says something along the lines of ‘I’m back guys, and ready to do more blogging than ever!’. But fast forward two months and it’s pretty clear that’s not exactly what happened. I’m not sure quite what I expected to happen once I finished uni, but things got a little hectic. Since I last blogged I’ve moved home permanently, spent a good few weeks in the ‘omg-I’ve-finished-uni-but-I-don’t-have-a-job-why-will-no-one-employ-me’ stage, subsequently gone and secured a pretty nifty internship which I am loving, graduated, and spent one mega chill weekend soaking up everything that’s good about life at Barn on the Farm festival in Gloucester. It’s been a busy few weeks, but its been good.
Well hello! It has been a long time since I last blogged – nearly two months in fact! I’m pleased to say I’m back now, and I can’t wait to get into the swing of things and to make Tomorrow Living bigger and better than ever.
Hello and welcome to the third installment of the ethical fashion profile series! It’s an absolute joy to put these kinds of posts together and to interact with some incredible bloggers from across the world – so, without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to Anna of Made Right (Here)!
This month’s favourites are a tad later than usual but I do hope you’ll forgive me! Blame university. March was the last month of my subscription to a Love Lula box, so my Favourites series might have less products in it after this month! Once I graduate and get a full time job I’d love to sign up to another green beauty box – if you have any suggestions, let me know!
Hello and welcome back to my Ethical Fashion Profile Series! Today, I’m super excited to have Ellie and Beth from Dress Well, Do Good getting involved and answering a few questions. Dress Well, Do Good is one of my favourite ethical fashion blogs – I absolutely love that it’s written by a pair of friends, and as you’ll be able to see from the responses below, the commitment, compassion and creativity which goes in to the blog is awesome. So without further ado, lets get going!
Ah, the humble banana. Perhaps not the most inspiring picture you’ve seen all day – or is it? It’s Fairtrade Fortnight right up until the 13th of March, a period of two weeks where Fairtrade, and all the people their work protects and treats with respect, ask you to make your breakfast count by making sure it’s fair trade. As a student, my breakfast is often little more than a piece of fruit and a cuppa – but hey, at least I can make sure that both of these bear that instantly recogniseable fair trade label.
Hello and welcome to my second round of favourites for 2016! This will probably be the first time I’ve ever carried a series past its first edition, so I’m feeling pretty pleased with myself right now. This month, I was super excited about skincare, so there’s a slight lack of cosmetics in this post. It’s pretty new territory for me, so I hope you enjoy!
Hello again! It’s been a little bit quiet over here on the blog for the past few weeks – as I’ve mentioned before, being a final year student, holding down a job, some vague semblance of a social life AND a blog doesn’t always come that easy. Sometimes this little corner of the internet has to take a hit to allow for me to get down to some serious essay writing! I doubt that this will be the last lull in posting I have this year, but if everything goes swimmingly then I should be fully graduated and available to blog regularly again sometime in mid July. Till then, I hope you’ll stick with with me through my sporadic posting schedule!
Today, I’m super excited to share with you the first installment of a new feature – Tomorrow Living’s Ethical Fashion Profiles! I want to showcase some of my favourite ethical fashion bloggers, instagrammers and fashionistas from all walks of life to demonstrate the sheer variety that is out there. Conscious, green fashion is as diverse as the people that choose to wear it – so if you need some inspiration, then keep scrolling.