The first concert I ever went to was Funeral for a Friend when I was 13 – I had to leave early because I got concussion in a mosh pit! Despite my injury, I’ve loved going to gigs ever since.
My favourite food is roast potatoes. With gravy.
I have a degree in English Literature and History and also a masters degree in History. In a couple of years I plan to return to University to complete my PHD in either Women’s Studies or Environmental Studies.
I have bipolar. Its an ongoing battle.
I am very creative! I draw, paint, do henna art and sing. Oh and I dance – badly.
I have been vegan for almost 2 years after realising that for me, vegetarianism just isn’t enough.
My hair has been blonde,brown, red, blue, turquoise, pastel pink, lilac, hot pink, orange, green, purple and rainbow striped. It’s currently blonde but I am growing it out.
I really want to learn to dutch braid. In fact, maybe I’ll give it a go today.
I volunteer with The Vegan Society as an organiser for the Stockport area.
I have a gorgeous grey and white cat called Dusty. He is a pudding and I love him.
I am afraid of masks. Not the mask itself but not knowing who is under it.
My favourite tv show is probably Parks and Recreation.
I am typically British and adore a cup of tea. I have a cupboard full of different flavours!
I love to read – check out my book club page for reviews and recommendations!
My favourite shops are Waterstones, Lush and Thunderegg, however where available, shop local!
I asked my fiance to describe me in 5 words. He chose: artistic, creative, kind, thoughtful and loyal.
I am obsessed with biodegradable body glitter and bumbags.
I want to travel around Europe more – there’s so many places I haven’t been that look incredible. I want to go to Valencia, Milan, Florence, Rome, Vienna, Salzburg, Venice, Berlin, Prague, Dubrovnik, Oslo, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Reykjavik and Budapest – just to name a few!
I am involved in a lot of activism – for animal rights, women’s rights, LGBTQIA+ rights and environmental issues.
I am passionate about changing the world for the better.