In this article I’m sharing the zero waste period products I use, how I care for them, my tips and tricks, and just what it’s like having a zero waste period in general.
When you first stumble upon the sustainable fashion world, it can be tempting to get rid of your entire closet of fast fashion and buy new clothing from sustainable and ethical brands. But in reality, the most sustainable thing is to just wear and use what you already have.
Hi everyone! Welcome back to the blog after a bit of an extended holiday hiatus. I mentioned this on Instagram the other day, but this year I’m really having trouble picking up my motivation and getting back on track. It’s been a slow start to the year, but then again I don’t mind slowly easy
I don’t know about you, but I find thrifting to be a lot of fun. There’s just something about walking into a store and finding a total gem for something like $4 that makes it so much more rewarding than buying new pieces that I want. That said, it is a lot of time and
Welcome back! In today’s article, I wanted to share some of my top zero-waste shower essentials with you. Going zero waste seemed really daunting at first, and I think it’s harder to do if you try to do it all in one go. So I’m steadily changing over little habits here and there to reduce
I’m so excited to be partnering with Nisolo for today’s blog post. You might remember from my spring capsule post that their Ecuador Haraches have been on my wish list for a while. I’m fortunate enough that they gifted me a pair to share with you! In this article I’ll tell you a little more
I started my first ‘official’ capsule wardrobe in December of 2017. By then I had already spent some time decluttering my closet and trying to be more minimal. When I stumbled across the concept of a capsule wardrobe – a perfectly curated and functional collection of clothes – I just knew I had to try
Happy new year! It always feels like we’re off to the races again as soon as the holidays are over – do you feel the same? I’m intentionally starting off this year slowly and easing back into things. It’s helping me focus more on what matters instead of getting bogged down with non-essential tasks and
There are many benefits to ethical fashion, the most obvious being fair wages and good working conditions for employees, as well as more sustainable production practices. But ethical fashion also has a surprisingly negative side. Ethical brands have been criticized (and rightly so) for being exclusive in their marketing and the styles they offer. This