It’s the start of Fashion Revolution week and time to learn how to look after our clothes. Lots of us have been checking our fashion eco footprint over on Thredup.com . The calculator shows us where we are vs the average person and then what this amounts to in flights.
So you’re thinking of making the switch to reuseable/cloth wipes? Great news for you is reuseable wipes are actually becoming cool again with the rise of the eco warrior and more awareness of the environmental impact our choices have on the world around us. Personally I love helping folk make
always remember when I moved back home from England and we were looking for a new house. We stayed with a family member and I had only brought a suitcase of stuff. Of course there were many things I forgot and an exfoliator was on that list. I will never
I’ve been using deodorants focused on natural ingredients for a couple of years now in an effort to avoid aluminum. More recently it has also been important for me to reduce the amount of plastic in my bathroom and I slightly reevaluated what deodorants I am happy to use. After
As of Januray 1st 2020 that was it. A year without new clothes is complete. This time last year I watched the Stacey Dooley documentary on Fashions dirty secrets. It was after that I decided to take myself and my 3 kids on a journey to give up fast fashion.
Update: Having realised Norwex are not able to confirm their cruelty free stance I am no longer using this powder but the review is still an honest one on how it worked. I am now using Fill laundry powder which is also eco friendly and cheaper – the review is
This weekend I checked out my local refill store for their launch day. It was packed but thankfully I knew what I was looking to try, the laundry powder. This store stocked Fill laundry powder which ticks lots of boxes as it is Cruelty Free, Vegan and Eco Friendly. Winner.