Saving the World, One Shave at a Time.


Ive been shaving since I was about 13 years old, and I’ve used my fair share of blades.  Disposable, ones with 2 blades, 3 blades, 5 blades – all of them with the ability to serve a crappy shave, and charge me for the privilege.

IMG_20170729_134935It was whilst considering my plastic foot print that I realised I go through about 2 blades a week, and dispose of these un-recyclable blades straight into the trash.

This equates to over 100 blades a year… none of which could be recycled.  Over the lifetime so far, I have used over 2500 blades and razors which can’t be broken down into parts for recycling easily.

I remember as a child watching my granddad use a wonderful razor blade, a shaving brush and a shaving soap, and never ever using a disposable blade.  So I decided to take the plunge and purchase my first safety razor blade handle and blades.

This has to have been the most daunting purchase of my life.  I was about to move away from using multi blade, disposable blades, to a new, single blade heavy weight razor which I would have to put together by myself each time I needed a new blade..

So here are my findings, and what I think all men (and women) need to do in order to break free of the gimmick of disposable blades.


It’s been a while…

awesome place

Diary of a Dazed Dad

So my wife and I finally managed to get away for a few days.!

We spent a week in the wonderful city of Mumbai in India without our 3 year old.

Like many couples with young kids it’s off in a fighting battle to maintain some sense of balance in your relationship whilst managing a young child.

I think we were very grateful to have had a few days to ourselves to reconnect and just be us!
The city has such a beauty and vibrancy about it that I cannot explain, but my last visit in ‘94 when I was just 15 is still memorable and I can see why.

We spent a few days in Chembur, a large district in central Mumbai and then moved on to Juhu Beach at the JW Marriott hotel – perhaps one of the most amazing hotels I’ve stayed in – ever.

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