Second Hand September – Upcycle & Recycle

We’re currently 3 weeks in to Second Hand September. Have you managed to avoid buying any new clothes? Last year, I shared my love of charity shop finds. I still love a good charity shop find, but Oxfam estimates that 70% of all donated clothes end up in Africa, which is harmful to local industry….

Plastic Fashion

As it’s Fashion Revolution Week, I wanted to draw your attention to something that’s not as frequently talked about when it comes to fashion – its effects on the environment. Over recent months, we’ve all been made more aware of how much plastic is littering our environment and clogging up the oceans. But how many…

3 Ways to Reduce the Carbon Footprint of your Wardrobe…

When we talk about our carbon footprint, we often think of using public transport, walking instead of getting in the car, reducing water usage, switching the lights off, cutting down on plastic usage. How often do we think of the contents of our wardrobe? From how our clothing was made, to how we care for…

Buying Fair & Ethical Tea

Everyone loves a cuppa. Whether you like a strong, classic brew, an aromatic cup of Earl Grey or a caffeine free infusion, it’s a really comforting drink and it’s important to make sure that you source the best. The best quality, and of course, the best ethics. There’s nothing calming about sipping at a cup…

Random Food… Vegan in the House of Commons!

I happened to come across an article in the London Evening Standard a couple of days ago, and was delighted to read that within the House of Commons they have now launched a vegan loyalty card.┬áIn honour of World Vegan Month, this entitles MPs and staff a free meal after 9 vegan purchases. I thought…