How to have a sustainable period: WUKA period pants review

I never thought that I would be writing this post. You know me, I love all things eco-friendly! But, and I’m going to be completely honest here, I’ve never properly considered making my period more sustainable. I am one of those people that is extremely squeamish of blood – I have been my entire life. …

Switching to a shampoo bar: KIND2 shampoo bar review

I’m back with another Plastic-Free July swap post! I’ve been wanting to switch from plastic bottles of shampoo to a plastic-free shampoo bar for a while. Originally, I had planned on using up all my shampoo before switching, but I’ve decided to transition by washing with a bar every other go because my hair is …

5 eco-friendly chocolate brands you NEED to try

Happy World Chocolate Day! In today’s post, I’m going to be sharing some eco-friendly chocolate brands. To be specific, I’m talking about the brands that have eco-friendly packaging. Everyone loves chocolate, it’s just one of those things that will never change. But what if I told you that you can enjoy chocolate without costing the …

Introducing my Plastic-Free July challenge

It’s almost Plastic-Free July time! As an environmental blogger, I have lots of things planned and I can’t wait to share them with you all 🥰 This year instead of only giving out tips, I have created a Plastic-Free July challenge for everyone to join in with. What is Plastic-Free July? Plastic-Free July is an …

Exploring the relationship between art and nature

Today’s post is slightly different than normal, I want to talk about the relationship between art and nature. Art can be used in so many different ways to represent nature, and there are lots of amazing artists out there doing this. Nature is our earth and so includes mostly everything, from flowers and animals to …

How to cut down on plastic beauty products

In my opinion, plastic-free beauty products are often forgotten. It isn’t talked about a lot or enough, probably because brands are only just becoming aware of the implications plastic has. But it needs to be talked about more. I’m so happy to see that more and more people are using soap bars* instead of liquid …