Ecoegg: Laundry Solution that is Kind to your Skin and the Environment

Did you know that 81% of people who live in the UK want a more eco-friendly home but only 29% are actually using products that claim to be eco-friendly? The Ecoegg Laundry Egg is an innovative environmentally friendly laundry solution that every household should be looking into as an option when looking to reduce their impact on […]

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Kindom: Respectful to Indigenous Craft

KINDOM is an an online boutique offering a collection of thoughtfully-made products produced using sustainable, natural, reclaimed, and indigenous materials. Staying true to the concept of slow fashion, each collection is limited and exclusive, due to the finite materials the brand receives for its production line. Claire from KINDOM reached out to me about their beautiful new […]

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7 Ways to Go Plastic Free This Summer | WWF #PLASTICFREESUMMER

In an effort to promote a #PlasticFreeSummer in collaboration with WWF this World Oceans Day, I have listed below 7 ways in which you can cut plastic out of your life. Plastic is an issue which is affecting us globally, it accounts for 95% of all waste in the open ocean. Thanks to broadcast content such […]

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9 Sustainable Switches You Can Make in Under an Hour | WWF #EarthHour

I have teamed up with the lovely Holly Rose of Leotie Lovely and Kate Arnell of Eco Boost in collaboration with WWF in order to promote #EarthHour this year. Now in its 11th year, WWF’s Earth Hour is a global movement to call for international action to tackle climate change and wildlife loss. This year, on […]

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Climate Change – Is Winter Ever Coming?

A few days ago, it felt as if every corner I turned seemed to be the focus of the warm summer heat lingering in the air. Whether from news articles about various places around the world stuck in tropical climate, or the chatter all over from people still in their summer outfits yearning to show […]

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Our Ocean is Choking on Plastic

A few weeks ago I read an article on BBC called “Dirty Laundry: Are your clothes polluting the ocean?” – the sad reality is that they are. Recent lab studies in the UK found that polyester and acrylic clothing shed thousands of plastic fibres each time it was washed – sending another source of plastic […]

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KinetIQue: IQ Diamonds are Mother Earth’s Best Friend

KinetIQue is an award-winning UK based ethical luxury jewellery company that produces innovative lab-grown diamonds. A diamond is supposed to be a symbol of love, commitment and purity – but for those living in diamond-rich countries diamonds have done more damage than good. In fact, the diamond mining industry often represents the reckless pursuit of […]

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Fair Photo Agency Is Live!

Fair Photo Agency has now launched! This cool platform founded in Sweden brings together ethical companies and talented photographers that are concerned with fair business practices. Fair Photo Agency defines “fairness” as the importance of being fair in business and “fair to the planet and all of it’s inhabitants”. All sustainable companies are welcome to join […]

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BERG + BETTS: Sustainable Timepieces Made With Leather Scraps

BERG + BETTS is a sustainable watch brand based in Canada that crafts their watches from surplus leather off cuts which would otherwise go to waste. Since watch straps require a small amount of leather, BERG + BETTS are able to collect those small “new” pieces of designer leather from factories around the world. The brand believes that […]

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Read Books the Eco-Friendly Way

I am the kind of person who walks into a book store and has to leave with at least three books. It is probably my one big splurging weakness, which is why lately I have kept my distance from book stores unless I am in dire need of a book. In fact, my husband and I […]

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