Members of my generation can often feel lost, shouldered with the responsibility of trying to clean up the messes of our forebears. We were raised being told to use less water, less electricity, reduce, reuse, and recycle. We watched The Day After Tomorrow and learnt about the Polar Ice Caps melting in Geography class. We … Continue reading Living With Climate Depression
We live in a world of wants disguised as needs. Advertising tells us that we need this or we need that. We're constantly told that we need more stuff. The global economy relies upon us continuously buying more and more stuff. We're brainwashed to keep accumulating things until we end up suffocating under a massive … Continue reading I Am Exhausted with Eyeshadow Palettes
Workout gear and leisurewear is an area that can easily be overlooked when building a sustainable wardrobe, and is also not something most would feel comfortable buying secondhand. Not to worry though, as there are plenty of brilliant sustainable and ethically made athleisure bands to choose from! Here are six of them: MilochieMilochie is an … Continue reading 6 Ethical and Sustainable Athleisure Brands to Look Out For
I would like to start off this post by saying that I am not a nutritionist. These are simply the supplements that I have decided to take through my personal research, and have helped me stay healthy over the past two years. I also feel as though it's important to point out that most of … Continue reading Which Supplements Should You Take as a Vegan?
At it's core ethical and sustainable fashion should be about buying less and buying second hand, but every once in a while it's normal to want to treat yourself to a brand new piece. I've just started this journey, and from here onward I intend to only buy something new if I know that I'm … Continue reading 8 Ethical and Sustainable Fashion Brands That Aren’t Super Boring