[Gifted | Affiliate Links] Plastic has become so prevalent today that micro-plastic isn’t just in the ocean, it’s even in the air now! Although our plastic use began with good intentions when plastic buttons replaced ivory, turtle shell, and bull horn buttons which were endangering animals. Something that started to help the animals is now… Continue reading Five Alternatives to Common Plastic Items You Need In Your Life
I try my best to live an eco-friendly, sustainable life, and that includes a green Christmas. However, the tricky thing about Christmas is that there’s still waste, no matter how much you try to cut down. I was gifted so many vegan and so-called “eco-friendly” products, and somehow, still wound up in a mountain of… Continue reading How to clean up after Christmas in an eco-friendly way
With climate activism becoming a larger part of my blog I wanted to read up on plastic pollution as I continue to write about how we can help live more sustainably, Lucy Siegle’s book sounded like a great starts! “Turning the Tide on Plastic: How Humanity (and you) Can Make Our Globe Clean Again” is… Continue reading Book Review: Turning the Tide on Plastic
Living a zero-waste, low-waste, or a minimalist lifestyle has gained popularity recently. Our over consumption of single-use products seems to thrive from our desire for convenience. All that plastic pollution has come back to bite us as we’re on our way to having more plastic in the ocean than fish. Yes, it is convenient to… Continue reading Top 10 Zero-Waste Essentials
With all the talk about the climate crisis, you might be asking “how can I live a more eco-friendly life?”. As today is World Environment Day, I’ve decided to compile a master list of eco-friendly practices to adopt. The environment is at a breaking point. If we don’t all act now and maintain a more sustainable… Continue reading The Eco-friendly master list: How can I be green?
Earlier this week I went to what’s called the “Happy Market” in my university. It’s an annual event held by the environmental society where students can sell unwanted clothes, last time I found some gems there as seen in my sustainable fashion haul so this time was no different. I decided to style one dress… Continue reading Sustainable Fashion: One dress three looks
In January I suggested being more sustainable as a New Year’s resolution, with saying goodbye to fast fashion featuring in the post. Since then I’ve upped my own sustainable fashion game, and got addicted to Depop (not sponsored, just a recommendation), this week alone I completed the 1Day No Single Use Plastic Challenge in collaboration with… Continue reading Sustainable Fashion Haul
A tweet about why we should wrap our Christmas gifts in brown paper went viral recently for a very good reason. What may come as a surprise to you, because it was to me, is that traditional wrapping paper isn’t recyclable. Instead, it ends up in landfill. I took pride last year in how pretty… Continue reading How I’m being eco-friendly this Christmas