Category: Sustainable living

Zero Waste Valentine’s Day celebration

Every day should be a time to be sustainable and less wasteful. Not even February 14, the day of love, should be an exception. Yes, it is almost a cliche that this day is a highly commercialized and devastatingly wasteful holiday. But if you are really determined enough, you can have a Zero Waste Valentine's Day celebration.

Warp+Weft Review

Want some denim but not in with fast fashion? Go to Warp + Weft, a sustainable brand of clothes that pioneers selling garments with inexpensive prices, optimum quality, and eco-friendly processes.

Zero Waste 30-day Challenge Giveaway Winners

The giveaway has ended. Cheers to everyone who participated! Check out this post to find if you're one of the winners.

Building a Sustainable Business – Interview with Sarah Britz of Spend With Us

I interviewed Sarah Britz who founded Spend With Us from the tragedy that is the Australian Bushfire Crisis. She talks about her advocacy to help communities and small business owners to recover from the devastation. Get inspired by her eco-friendly lifestyle and learn how to start a sustainable business.

Eco-friendly Habits We can learn from Italians

I interviewed Alessia de Bonis who lives in South Italy to learn how she and Italians go green. She shares tips on being in tune with nature by choosing low-waste activities and places to travel. Get inspired by her story of running an energy-efficient household in a city.

On Eco-Friendly Food Products

You are what you eat. If you eat wholesome food, then you will get all the goodness of nature in every bite. That's what eco-friendly food means. Learn how to get eco-friendly food products in this indepth guide.

Lush Cosmetics Review

Lush, the booming brand in sustainable personal care. Learn more about this cruelty-free and ethical brand here!

Dealing with Waste and Drinking Water Crisis in Cuba – Interview with Ayngelina Brogan

The first in the Real Talk on Sustainable Living - an interview series on people who try to live sustainably in their own way. I interviewed Ayngelina Brogan who lives in Cuba to talk about how she and Cubans cope with waste and the lack of potable water. She also shares tips on how to be more sustainable despite uncontrollable circumstances where you live or work in.

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What is CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)?

Worldwide CSR or corporate social responsibility is a top priority for businesses and consumers alike. Get inspired to practice this in your organization!

Veles: An Eco-friendly Cleaner

Looking for a good eco-friendly cleaner? Try Veles cleaner, the world's first closed loop cleaner. Fully sustainable with ingredients derived from food waste.

Dark Truth about Vegan Leather

Vegan leather is a hot community in the vegan and sustainable living movement. It is said to be better than genuine leather, that comes from slaughtered animals. But before you go buy that chic wallet or jacket made of vegan leather, you need to know some dark truths about this "eco-friendly leather".
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