Thrifting. Charity Shopping. Second Hand. Hand-Me-Downs. Just a small selection of terms for items bought or received secondary (or tertiary..) from someone else. It's on topic right now with Oxfam's #secondhandseptember and is something that the people of the sustainable living community often get excited about.
Are you one of those people that just really loves delving into a bag a crisps? Getting your favourite flavour, devouring them in seconds. I wonder if before you read this, you realised that crisp packets can take decades to break down. And currently, they are not commonly recycled. No? Me either.
With climate change and the state of the eco system in decline, why is it only now that we're questioning whose responsibility it is to fix it? Find out what YOU can do to help the environment below... No doubt many of you have seen 'Our Planet' on Netflix. If you haven't, you should. It's … Continue reading Our Planet and What You Can Do To Help
As I have entered my second quarter of 2019, I am celebrating NOT buying myself unneccessary makeup for the past 90 days. Woohoo go me! This was a decision that I made after I started my clear out, ready to take on a new minimalist lifestyle. Not because I don't love makeup, I really do, … Continue reading Makeup Hoarder to Minimalist
Happy Sunday! Today, I wanted to share my experience of my first ever zero waste shop. Firstly, I'm going to retract from calling it completely zero waste because although I saved a few items from being bought in plastic wrapping, others I could not avoid and I wasn't sure of the alternative. I had to … Continue reading My First Zero Waste Shop