Bed. Best thing ever, right? Don’t worry, that was a rhetorical question I know bed is the best thing ever. In fact, I am writing this review from bed right now and loving life. As I am sure you have guessed from the title I have been reviewing some rather special bed sheets (I know,
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,
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.
I recently ordered some items from Boody, and since they are an ethical company I wanted to let you know my thoughts.
“A tapestry finds it’s beauty not in individual strands, but in the coming together of multiple threads, each unique in purpose, looped and tangled and pulled to create beauty…What if, instead of holding ourselves back from being woven in, we allowed our story to form part of the wider story? What if we decided to
All prices are in Australian Dollars. Flora and Fauna has to be one of my favourite online shops in Australia. A certified B company, they use their business to solve social and environmental problems. The brands F&F stock are all cruelty free and vegan, so there is never any worry about pesky ingredients PLUS there is
Urban Decay is certified as Cruelty-Free by Peta, and has this to say on animal testing and vegan products: ANIMAL TESTING POLICY “Urban Decay is a cruelty-free brand and is committed to ending animal testing. We do not test our products on animals, nor do we allow others to test on our behalf. Additionally, we
Check out my review on what’s inside The Vegan Kind Beauty Box costing £15 with over £40 of goodies inside.