Admittedly, with all the glorious weather we’ve been having lately, I haven’t managed to spend as much time blogging as usual. Once my paid work is finished, sitting in front of a laptop while the sun beams in through the window really holds no appeal whatsoever – as we all know, the great British summertime is brief and fleeting, so it’s practically the law to make the most of every sun-filled hour we get. That said, I’ve still been contributing to various magazines and websites, which leads me nicely onto the subject of this post – the arrival of issue four of Lionheart magazine – hurrah!
I wrote a short piece on my top ethical and eco-friendly clothing brands, from places to find the best environmentally friendly jeans, to ways to shop ethically on the high street.
It’s a really great issue, with contributions from Hannah from Seeds and Stitches on potato printing, an interview with Kerry from Seventy Tree, a profile on amazing illustrator Oana Befort, and a beautifully written piece by Lionheart creator Helen on a week in New York.
To buy a copy (and you really should, it’s ace!) head over to the Lionheart website, where you can buy one online. If you’ve missed issues one to three, you can also catch up and buy those as well – perfect for a beachy afternoon in the sun.