Here we are! It’s Halloween again. The spooky season is the most awaited by children and all lovers of terror. This period is characterized by spooky decorations, featuring zombies, ghosts, creatures, and scary animals.
Since COVID-19 has forced millions of people to stay at home, online shopping has increased, recording orders and requests never seen before. Some have completely changed their shopping habits and have re-evaluated the advantage of receiving what they need at home.
Some people believe that living sustainably can be quite expensive. A lot of brands sell eco-friendly products which are expensive and not affordable to everyone, but if you’re trying to create a more sustainable lifestyle for the long term, you should definitely invest in items that last.
Plastic has unfortunately become a staple part of all homes, offices, and workplaces. From children’s toys to kitchen cutlery, practically everything around us is in some way or the other made from plastic. This insane spike in plastic usage is becoming a massive issue and is slowly but surely contaminating and endangering our lands and oceans. In fact, plastic pollution is probably one of the greatest threats to the sustainability of our planet.
There are no specific rules for traveling more sustainably but there are small tricks that can make the difference. Let’s not forget that when we are guests in other countries we should have the same respect and behavior that we adopt in our home country. Here are some tips on how to make your travel greener. These tips are the result of personal research and experience, so feel free to do your research before making any decisions.
Some believe that an ethical and conscious business or blog doesn’t need financial support but, after all, like all other businesses it needs income to survive.
In the bathroom we keep all the products we use for our selfcare. The transition to a plastic free bathroom has to be done slowly. This process involves finding alternative items to the usual purchases, and reuse what you already have in favour of a zero waste routine.
Mother’s Day is approaching and if you still haven’t found ideas to show your mom all your love, don’t worry because we have some advice to give you.
As consumers, we are responsible for what we buy and how much these products can pollute and produce waste on our planet. We can begin by slowly avoiding single use plastic items and switch to eco-friendly options.
Food waste is considered one of the biggest global problems as a huge number of people in the world are suffering from starvation. Wasted food ends up in the garbage and then in the landfill producing methane that is much more harmful than greenhouse gas. There are many reasons why food is wasted. For example some supermarket’s chains don’t want to sell food that looks ugly or weird.