Help! I’m addicted to social media

So this morning I woke up and the first thing I did was roll over and pick up my phone. I then proceeded to scroll through social media and refresh my inbox and before I knew it, over an hour had gone by. And then it hit me. I do this EVERY SINGLE DAY. I'm … Continue reading Help! I’m addicted to social media

Supporting local: Tropshop

Happy Sunday loves! New week, new 'Supporting local' post? Sounds about right. This week I want to introduce you all to TROPSHOP. In late 2016, Amy, a local entrepreneur founded a company that would go on to produce handmade, small batch, mostly Vegan products that come ready to use in mostly eco-friendly packaging (we stan a … Continue reading Supporting local: Tropshop

Supporting local: All Book’d Up

ABOUT ALL BOOK'D UPThe desire to fuse a love for local crafters' markets and all things book related is what sparked an idea. An idea that would create an ideal job where "waking up wasn't a chore and work didn't feel like 'work' ". With the aspiration of creating a product that would be a reflection … Continue reading Supporting local: All Book’d Up

Living my best Instagram life

I recently (okay maybe a few months ago...I'm a little behind on things as you can see) asked my followers on Instagram to tell me what they wanted to read about here on my blog. A popular suggestion seemed to be weightloss. Now don't get me wrong, I agree with healthy living and being fit as … Continue reading Living my best Instagram life

12 years to halt Climate Change

According to the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC), published by the UN, we have merely 12 years to reduce our carbon emissions by an astounding 45%. So essentially, 12 years to limit global warming as best as we can to prevent the crossing of the global 1.5C mark agreed upon … Continue reading 12 years to halt Climate Change

Black is beautiful- TT Film Festival 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival is an annual, week-long screening of films aimed at growing and bringing recognition to Caribbean cinema. It showcases films based on Caribbean culture and diaspora. Until this year, I had never attended the festival. So when they reached out to me to view a few films, I couldn't resist. … Continue reading Black is beautiful- TT Film Festival 2018

International Coastal Cleanup 2018

Hey lovelies! It's been a while since I've taken out my laptop and whipped up a blog post for you guys. But I'm back! Today's post is all about International Coastal Cleanup Day. Yes. I know I'm a bit late but better late than never right? International Coastal Cleanup initiative came about over 30 years … Continue reading International Coastal Cleanup 2018

Guest post: my cruelty-free & Vegan haircare routine

To all those reading this post, hi! My name is Mahalakshmi, and I run my blog at melangeofwords.com. I am a vegan blogger who writes entertaining beauty and lifestyle content (umm, bragging much). Today, I want to write about my very minimal and simple vegan haircare routine, comprising of no more than 4 regular products. … Continue reading Guest post: my cruelty-free & Vegan haircare routine