Author: ethicalgirllondon

Magic Mondays, Episode 2. Hidden Horses and City Stables On My Walk To Eltham Palace in London

It was whilst we were on our way to Eltham Palace & Gardens, an English Heritage property about a 45 minute walk from where I live in South East London, that I began to have the feeling we were being watched. (more…)

Spotlight On: Botanicals Organic Skincare – Why This Is The Best Beauty Decision I Ever Made

Here it is – the beauty secret that I have been waiting to share with you… FOR THE LONGEST TIME! (more…)

Magic Mondays, Episode 1. Guess Which Famous Victorian Writer’s London Railway Retreat I Live Next To Now

So it turns out I live just around the corner from where one of my favourite Victorian novelists penned her work in South East London. Follow me, as I explore the secret walk that has been named after her most famous children’s novel in tribute to her residence and discover one of London’s most gorgeous unknown nature reserves.

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Ethical Girl London’s Ultimate Gift-Giving Guide to Christmas 2017

Your Ultimate Guide to Chic, Ethically-Conscious Gifts This Christmas

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Meet Mediæval Bæbes: The Singers Who Marry Nature, Magic & Music

Why do I love Mediæval Bæbes?

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Prepare for Selfie Envy… Get ‘Up Close and Personal’ with Earth’s Shyest Creatures In Japan

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I have this slight obsession with deer. They are my favourite animal. When Christmas and New Year come around, I see them as fair game to indulge my dream of actually being a deer. So you can imagine my delight when someone brought this deer park in Japan to my attention. The deer here are so tame that YOU CAN ACTUALLY HUG THEM AND PET THEM AND TAKE SELFIES WITH THEM. I mean, it is literally the dream. These are probably the best deer selfies ever taken. I have selfie envy. Welcome to the legendary Nara Deer Park in Japan. (more…)

The Fairy Tale Mansion in Twickenham Where You Really Can Play The Princess

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There is a lot I could tell you about the history of this place, most of it probably from Wikipedia because I’d had a couple of glasses of mulled wine by the time I finished the day and soooome (most) of it has kind of receded into the bleariness of lovely memories. But I think the pictures definitely speak for themselves… (more…)

The Story Of An American Seamstress & Her Family Who Live The Traditional Homesteading Dream

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About two years ago, not long before this blog was born, I was curled up in bed reading the book to my favourite film, ‘Gone With The Wind’ by Margaret Mitchell. Intrigued by the hooped skirts and corseted dresses, along with the old-style Southern etiquette and chivalry I love so well, I turned to Pinterest for a few more pictures. Little did I know that I would stumble upon this fascinating lady and her family – Atlanta Goodwin, husband Jordan and little ones Marian, Alan and Elsie. (more…)

Cornwall’s Coast and Hidden Coves on Christmas Eve

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I was thinking about what would make me feel better whilst nursing a slight  (HUGE) hangover, as I’m sure a few of you are doing too, this being the first day of the New Year! And I decided that taking you on a trip to where I spent Christmas this year with my family would do the trick. Get ready for some stunning coast line, picturesque villages and the best holiday hideaway in England (at least, we think so)!

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