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
Plastic-free July is upon us and that got me thinking about all the steps I have taken this year to reduce waste. My partner hates food waste and will gobble up any crumbs he see’s which solves one problem, and a lot of products are altering their packaging to be more eco-friendly which is fantastic.