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.
A couple of days ago I shared my 2 year journey away from fast fashion. But there is more to it than that. I also learnt how to shop ethically, make smart buying choices and make my clothes last. This is the sort of advice and know how I would have loved to read at the beginning of my journey, so I wanted to leave this information somewhere on the internet, in hopes that it may help some humans give up fast fashion and learn how to shop ethically. So here goes…and good luck.
It has been two years, in fact over two years since my journey with ethical fashion began. I’m not sure if I have really gone into this yet but originally my journey began with makeup, finding out about all the different ingredients and what cruelty-free and vegan logos really meant. My blog was going to
We have discussed menstrual cups previously on the blog and youtube so today I am going to talk you through the rest of my ethical period products so that you have a better idea of what products might be suitable for you. This tackles reusable cotton pads from HannahPad and underpants from ModiBodi.
It wasn’t until a couple of years ago that I took the plunge and bought my first reusable period product, a menstrual cup from Juju. Since then I have tried reusable pads as well as period underpants and finally, I think it is time to share my experiences. Some of them good, some of them bad, all of them bloody…
I wasn’t sure if I was going to post this list… It might give my gift ideas away. But then I saw that for the next two days Flora & Fauna are having huge sale with 15% off everything using code FRENZY (ending 14th November, at midnight) and so, if I am going to do
I get it, life is crazy. We all get busy and on the flipside, we can all be a little lazy. There is definitely a preconceived turn-off to ethical life that I here often, but today we are going to combat those worries! Ethical life does not have to be hard work. You don’t have to sell all your non-organic clothes to buy a solar power generator and swap in your home for a trailer…although that would be cool, let me know if you do that…
The purpose of my blog is to show you that a journey to an ethical life is a lot easier than you think…and so to kick it off, here are 5 lazy ways that I have become more ethical.
In honor of plastic-free July, I have compiled my videos that feature some useful tips to avoid harmful plastics. I hope these are useful and give it a like if you enjoy them Decoding plastic recycling symbols Park clean 1 & Single-use plastic alternatives (3:03 for single-use plastic alternatives) Park clean part 2 & plastic