Sociocultural and economical factors are the key offenders that foster the normalisation of violence against woman, and these have to be addressed at global and local levels by governing bodies. There are also things like access to education, early exposure to violence, support groups, legislations and women economy that has to be looked at to fully support the victims and protect future generations.
Just made a bunch of the awesome eco friendly beeswax wraps and so far they are working brilliantly. I have used 100% cotton cloth I bought since the 100% cotton fabrics I had from old clothes and just laying around were just to thick so didn’t work so well at all. I would not suggest […]
With this being my second time in Snowdonia but first time in my own car, I have decided to explore and enjoy our time there as much as possible. In 5 days we have managed to hike up Snowdon, do a bit of kayaking, get on worlds fastest zip-line, spend a day at the beach […]
I have been looking for zero waste/ no packaging food shops around Leicestershire where I live, and the closest thing to what I was looking for, that I could easily access was newly opened The Clean Kilo shop in centre of Birmingham. Easy to get there for me as I have my family there so […]
Another lovely Thursday evening at the Peaks. This time we went to climb Nowanda Buttress crag at Gardoms Edge. Closer to the end of the day we were consumed alive by midges so I definitely advise taking bug spray. Beautiful place but till now I have marks from the bits 😅 Some nice VD climbs […]
I’ve planned (nor really successfully) my first ever road trip to camp at Lake District to hike Scafell Pike, but since some unfortunate circumstances have occurred on the way there, I have discovered a lovely village Seathwaite close to Coniston Water and hiked 3 other peaks there instead (Brown Pike at 682 MASL, Buck Pike at […]
Another Thursday adventure, did a 4b and a 5a climb at Birchen. Beautiful place for climbing and hiking around. Parking is next to Robin Hood Pub and I believe it closes at around 10:00pm, as for the parking at the actual pub I am not sure as it was still open at around 10:00pm.
Climbing at Charnwood Quarry was very enjoyable. Very nice and local to me 🙂 some nice and easy climbs grading 4a-5c on that rock face. All trad climbing I believe. Definitely a place to go is you are looking for a nice easy and slow trad climb. The face of the rock we climbed was […]