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,
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
Do you dream of living the perfect low waste lifestyle? Do you long for pristine zero waste swaps to replace all the plastic in your life. Well my friends, this is the list for you. While I do not own all these things myself, I have been lusting over them for quite some time…Yup, even the toilet cleaner. So incase you have the same eco-desires, I wanted to make them easy to grasp as possible and put all the product information you need all in one place.
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.
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.