Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

I Care About Climate Change – You Should Too

Climate change is happening at an alarming rate, and no part of our planet is immune from its impact. I care about climate change - and here's why you should too.

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Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

My Top 4 Eco-Friendly Basics

Switching to eco-friendly products can seem daunting, and with so many products and brands, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are some of my favourite eco-friendly basics to help you combat the uncertainty!

Blogtober 2018, Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

Brands I Wish Were Cruelty Free

In recent years, I’ve been trying my hardest to ditch products from brands who test on animals, and though I’ve done and am doing pretty well, it’s definitely not the easiest thing to do. There are so many brands I wish were cruelty free, as I’m always seeing gorgeous products only to be disappointed when I find out they’re not cruelty free. Here are the brands I wish were cruelty free!

Blogtober 2018, Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

How To: Eco-Friendly / Sustainable Halloween

I’ve talked a lot on my blog about living a more eco-friendly, sustainable, and/or cruelty free lifestyle, but one thing I’ve not talked about as much is how to maintain that lifestyle around the holidays!   As it’s Blogtober, I thought it would be fitting to write a guide or ‘how to’ for Halloween!

Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

#PlasticFreeJuly – Home & Travel Product Swaps

July is #PlasticFreeJuly - a campaign started by the Plastic Free July Foundation. Their mission is to encourage people to ditch the single-use plastic for more sustainable alternatives, in hopes that we can solve our world’s huge plastic waste problem. I’ve been inspired by them to write my own posts, encouraging you to make simple… Continue reading #PlasticFreeJuly – Home & Travel Product Swaps

Eco-Friendly / Cruelty-Free

#PlasticFreeJuly – Beauty Product Swaps

It’s July already! This month is #PlasticFreeJuly - a campaign started by the Plastic Free July Foundation who work to encourage people to ditch the single-use plastic, and choose more sustainable alternatives, in hopes that we can solve our world’s huge plastic problem. Many common health & beauty products contain more plastic than we realise, so it’s always a good idea to do your research and find products that use as little plastic as possible.