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How to travel sustainably and keep your carbon footprint low

Travelling is one of life’s best experiences, but it comes with a high price tag. Travel obviously costs money, and it can also negatively impact the environment. However, there are ways to travel more sustainably and reduce your carbon footprint throughout your adventures. With much of the world looking to...

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Eco-friendly food packaging you can count on

Choosing food packaging that doesn’t affect your health or the environment can be tough. Whether you’re taking your own food on a trip or trying to choose the best option for a take-away dinner, healthy living advocate Dr Alice Williams has broken down the best options for eco-friendly packaging for...

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Fast fashion brands responsible for environmental pollution

No doubt you’ve heard of fast fashion, but do you know why it’s a bad thing? This guest post from Ankur Pradhan details some of the worst offenders and how they’re polluting the Earth. Fast fashion satisfies our innate desire for constant innovation, immediate consumption, and cost-effectiveness; however, it sucks...

Sustainable Swimwear Australia. Ethical options for everyone!

Prepare to be amazed: there are SO MANY sustainable Australian swimwear brands! This post lists all of the brands who use eco-friendly materials and production methods, and are also ethically made. And unlike other articles, this guide lists options for men, babies, kids, and teens as well as women, so...

Our WAMA underwear and my bralettes.

Hemp underwear by Wama reviewed!

Have you ever tried hemp clothing? It’s naturally antibacterial, resistant to odours, moisture-wicking, and it gets softer as it ages. So you can imagine how great hemp is for underwear! contacted me to see if I was keen on trying some of their products, and of course I was. I...