For my 2020 holiday gift guide, I’ve put together a list of cozy and stylish goods with an ethical and sustainable focus.
I was recently going through my closet and kept thinking of different ways I could try organizing them. So, that’s what I wanted to share with you in today’s article. In case you’re feeling the need for a project or just want to give your closet a bit of a refresh, here are 5 new and different ways to try organizing the hanging clothes in your closet!
In this article I’m sharing how I got started sewing, my favourite patterns and fabric stores, and my top 5 beginner sewing tips.
These crispy kale chips are so easy and make a great healthy snack. This recipe is low-waste and fully plant-based.
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.
As a white woman, I have a lot of privileges. Not least of those is the fact that I don’t fear for my life because of the colour of my skin or my race. Black people and people of colour do not have that privilege. The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery
Hey everyone, I hope you’re doing well! Have things started opening up where you live, or are you still in full on quarantine mode? Where we are in BC, things are slowly re-opening but luckily we have the option of continuing to stay home as much as possible. It’s so strange to think that this
Lately, I’ve really been feeling like I need a project – something to feel like I am making progress and moving forward in some way. Staying home has been a time of settling in to the stillness, which I am all for. But right now, we’re also facing so much uncertainty. Having something to do
Hi everyone! Welcome back to the blog. As you may or may not have noticed, I haven’t been very active on here or over on Instagram lately. First of all, I want to let you know that I am working on my Spring capsule post and I hope to have that up for you soon!