With VAMFF just around the corner, I wanted to catch up with one of my favourite ethical brands to talk about how they are promoting an active lifestyle, while using waste to create stylish activewear. I am personally extremely picky with activewear and it’s one of the few things I was a little funny about
From the 1st of July 2019, the state of Victoria banned e-waste from entering landfill. This is no surprise considering the amount of e-waste we are generating is growing up to three times faster than general waste. Our tech-FOMO is having a serious effect on our environment and while I am a lover and user
Six apps to help you compost, share your scraps, declutter your home, make new recipes and make use of unloved items in your wardrobe.
Hemp. A species of cannabis plant that was illegal to sell in Australia only three years ago, and now it’s everywhere. I mean it, everywhere! Cakes, bags, powders, oils, beers, medicine, insulation, animal feed, and even snugly wrapped around my bum! That’s right folks, you saw it in the title, and I’m repeating it now,
When you think of summer, what thoughts come to mind? The sun, sure. The beach? Absolutely! Lathering on sunscreen because you care about your skin – you betcha! The destruction and bleaching of coral reefs? Hang on, what? As an ocean lover, today I want to share with you what I have learned about coral
Since late 2019 bushfires have raged across Australia, spreading over 10 million hectares of land, destroying over 2,000 homes and taking the lives of more than 25 people and half a billion wild animals. With numbers so high, it is all to easy to feel helpless. But that stops now. There are many ways each
It has been an amazing year of discovering eco-friendly products for me, and a great year of second hand finds too! Today, I wanted to round up my best buys of the year, and it was super easy since I packed them all in my suitcase (because I honestly don’t know how to live without
This was originally written for Velvety and may have been altered for my blog, check Velvety out here. Not-so-fun-fact number one: Plastic doesn’t break down, it breaks up. It breaks up into smaller and smaller pieces, becoming what we now know as microplastics. Primary microplastics are 5mm in length or less, and include plastic pellets,
A familiar scene: You are going through your wardrobe, simultaneously surrounded by all your clothes and nothing to wear. Time for a clear out you think to yourself. Out comes the empty bags ready to be filled with clothes and plonked outside of a charity shop. You tell yourself that you’re doing a good thing.