If you’re new to the eco-friendly movement, here’s a list of 10 helpful resources to make zero-waste, conscious shopping, and environmental activism easier.
This quarantine is a difficult but necessary measure to get this pandemic under control. It hasn’t been easy (especially not if you’re restless like me) but after the initial shock, I’ve been able to find a few good things. Read on to find out how to easily be eco-friendly by simply staying home and using things you already own.
Secondhand shopping is so far the best sustainable and affordable alternative I’ve found to fast fashion, and London is one of my favorite cities for finding vintage clothing. Read on to discover which shops to visit if you’re looking to update your wardrobe with cute, eco-friendly clothes on the cheap.
Have you gotten used to a routine and are tired of going to the same place? Do you need to change it up a bit but just don’t know where to look? Well, look no further! This list has a variety of cafes for all kinds of scenarios, whether you’re wondering where to go on that first coffee date, or a student in need of a place to meet for a group project, or wandering around the neighborhood and need a bite to eat, there’s bound to be a cafe in here for you.
These shampoo bars from cruelty-free beauty company Lush have been all the rage lately in every travel discussion I follow. These bars claim that they last up to 80 washes and leave your hair clean and healthy. However, many people are curious to see if they are easy to travel with and if they damage your hair since they essentially appear to be glorified soap bars, so I figured I’d put my two cents in on them.