🌱 Plant based living = A greater sense of wellbeing and happiness when ONE you know you're not destroying your health when you sit down to eat TWO you're not promoting sickening animal cruelty by consuming any animal products and THREE you're not damaging our 🌏 *Side note - If you haven’t visited @cheekybynaturecafe put it on your to-do list! Without a doubt one of the tastiest, healthiest & freshest spots I’ve ever been too.... ever! A stone’s throw from home, ain’t complainin’ bout that [duh] ✌🏽
11 hours ago
Sunday scrumptiousness thanks to @mobcamberwell where I took my @sesamesuperhiro to try his first ever puppaccino! Check out his account to see if he liked it 🐕🐾😋
6 hours ago
Bought some @ipastai vegan ravioli and bolognese sauce yesterday because it’s delicious and I was just so damn excited it was at my local Woolies now 🎉
However, I was disappointed in their packaging. A hard plastic tray with a plastic cling on top, then covered by a ‘cardboard’ sleeve with all the logos and instructions on it, etc. But the shame is, there’s no indication anywhere on their packaging on how to dispose of it.
I have no idea if the cardboard can be recycled or (because it feels quite smooth) if it’s mixed materials and therefore much harder to recycle. I’m hesitant to chuck the cardboard in the recycling if I don’t know, in case it contaminates my bin and the whole lot is a write off. Just a little info would be helpful for everyone, @ipastai?
If companies were more sustainably minded, not just in giving consumers reusable (preferable) or easily recyclable packaging but in TELLING us how to best dispose of it, then there would be a lot less waste happening at home.
Do you guys have any brands like this, that you want to know how to dispose consciously of their packaging? Drop them a tag below and maybe we can start some discussions. 💚
We’re just one day away! Get your tickets to see the wonderful Nicola Bowman alongside our dream team of featured artists and BVs 🔥
June 17 | The Toff in Town | Doors open at 7:30pm | https://bit.ly/2Kq5aEv
Nicola is a graduate of Music Theatre at the Victorian College of the Arts where she appeared in Spring Awakening as Wendla in her final year. Upon graduation she was awarded the Ron and Margaret Dobell Foundation Music Theatre Award allowing her to study a Diploma of Classical Acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in 2018. Her professional credits include Ava in The Red Tree (National Theatre of Parramatta), Bridget in Bring It On (Stage Masters), Dromio of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors (Melbourne Shakespeare Company) and Deb in Ordinary Days (Pursued by Bear). She is also an enthusiastic theatre director currently working on Blackrock with Ebb Flow theatre company and Beautiful Girls for the Melbourne Fringe.
Although my pawrents are overseas, thank goodness Granny organised me this delicious birthday cake for me. Pawty! 🎉
3 hours ago
Our client is having IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) to reverse sun ☀️ damage.
He comes once a month during winter, to treat sun spots and pigmentation, to achieve a consistent texture and even looking complexion.
IPL has multiple purposes and is a fast, effective, and accessible treatment that treats multiple skin conditions, such as fine lines, sun spots,redness, and skin textures 💥
Rose Dogra's line of eponymous clothing is all about elegance and romance fused with the glorious old world charm of India to create fusion and formal clothing. It is fresh, young and wearable. In a short span of time the label has grown organically each year making its presence felt both among the audience and the retail space in the country and overseas. The silhouettes are clean and cutting edge with a flawless fusion of Indian and western influences. Pure fabrics, fresh colours and elegant silhouettes brewed with subtle prints, surprising embellishments and passionate attention to detail, make the label’s design wardrobe worthy.
Styled by - veloute