Being eco-friendly during Covid-19 is a challenge, because a lot of green practices like avoiding single-use items have had to go in order to be safe. Before the pandemic, more and more people were considering or adapting zero-waste practices. However, a lot of the measures we need to take to be safe, rely on using… Continue reading Being Eco-Friendly During Covid-19: 5 Ways To Be Green During A Pandemic
[Gifted | Affiliate Links] A lot of people say there’s no ethical consumption under capitalism, and yes to an extent that might be true. However, being green doesn’t mean you you need to abandon retail therapy. Ethical shopping absolutely is possible, and here’s how you can do it. What is ethical shopping? Ethical shopping is… Continue reading Ethical Shopping: Do You Need To Abandon Retail Therapy To Be Green?
The 1950′ were a time. We shouldn’t live like it’s the 50s in terms of women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, racism etc. However, it was the 50s and 60s that was the pivotal time in plastic and why we’re so overreliant today. We need to go back to the basics, we lived greener before we can… Continue reading Going back to the 1950s: We lived greener before, we can do it again
Lifes all about the little things like a nice cuppa tea or coffee, but our favourite comforting beverages can wreak havoc on the environment. Here’s how to drink tea and coffee sustainably: This post contains affiliate links. I earn a percentage of commission from sales made through them at no additional cost to you. This… Continue reading The dark truth behind our favourite beverages: how to drink tea and coffee sustainably
[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
As much as I adore Halloween with every fibre of my being, it’s not an eco-friendly holiday. With so much cheap, over-processed single-use items plaguing the season, it’s not a green holiday. An estimated 2000 tonnes of waste will be generated from Halloween costumes alone this year. There’s so much single use waste from costumes,… Continue reading How to be green this Halloween: Why we need to be eco-friendly this spooky season
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
Gifted Product | Affiliate Link Global Wakecup, challenged me to their 1Day No Single Use Plastic challenge in a bid to combat plastic pollution. Here’s my experience going one day without single-use plastic: Plastic pollution is dire, and we need to start doing everything we can to cut-back on single-use plastics. Earth Day explains that a… Continue reading Going One Day without Single-Use Plastic