Get Behind: Fashion Revolution Week 2021

Fashion Revolution may be an organisation you are well aware of by now. If not, you really should. They are a charity who tirelessly campaign for justice for garment workers in countries such as Bangladesh, originally founded in 2013 following the devastating Rana Plaza disaster.

A Sustainable Bathroom: Where to Start & Tips to Change

In a continuation of my ‘Where to Start & Tips to Change’ mini-series here on The Low Waste Weekly, today we’re covering the Bathroom. With suggestions on how to reduce your plastic, waste and overall alter your habits to steer towards being kinder to the planet. My bathroom is still nowhere near as sustainable asContinue reading “A Sustainable Bathroom: Where to Start & Tips to Change”

One Year On: Has Covid-19 brought Sustainability to a Halt?

[image: by Pexels] As an extension of a post I wrote around this time last year, today I wanted to ponder how, one year on, Covid-19 has affected the progress of Sustainability as a movement. With the rise in PEE waste to the lifelong damages to the economy, the pandemic is turning life as weContinue reading “One Year On: Has Covid-19 brought Sustainability to a Halt?”

Platforms to Follow for Informative Climate News

Whether it be through mainstream media or social media, how we consume climate news is different for us all. I personally flit between a range of websites. As well as a core variety of social media platforms that offer a wide perspective on the climate crisis day-to-day; these particular platforms are what I am toContinue reading “Platforms to Follow for Informative Climate News”

The Low Waste Trails: Plastic-Free Cleansing Face Bars by Ethique

Ethique may be a brand you are familiar with by now. Their bright plastic-free packaging and amazing work done for the sustainable shampoo/skincare industry is second to none. I’ve been eyeing up their products for quite a while and finally visited one of their stockists; Holland & Barrett to finally buy something from them! AsContinue reading “The Low Waste Trails: Plastic-Free Cleansing Face Bars by Ethique”

(More) Things I No Longer Buy | Quest for Low Waste🌱

In an extension to a previous post of mine, today I wanted to list more items I no longer buy. This may be because they are unsustainable, wasteful or I simply do not find any use in buying them anymore.. I think back to just a few years ago, to the sheer magnitude of ‘stuff’Continue reading “(More) Things I No Longer Buy | Quest for Low Waste🌱”

Would You Like To See The Ethical Wine List Ma’am?

The following article in centred around wine and alcoholic beverages. Please drink responsibly, for further information please visit Wine. Red, Rosé, White or Prosecco , it’s most definitely a favourite choice of tipple come a Saturday night for most of us. From the light and crispy rosés that remind you of a summers day,Continue reading “Would You Like To See The Ethical Wine List Ma’am?”

The #Project10Pan Makeup Challenge

A few weeks back I wrote an in-depth post on a Sustainable makeup bag, how to go about streamlining your collection, cutting down on its plastic content and overall auditing the products you choose to use and invest in. Similarly, I today wanted to show the contents of my makeup bag. Well, the 10 productsContinue reading “The #Project10Pan Makeup Challenge”

Minimal by Madeleine Olivia | Eco-Reads Volume. 6

Exploring the world of Minimalism, and its connections to Sustainability form the basis of Minimal by Madeleine Olivia. Being a self-confessed over-buyer of clothes, makeup and things alike in years gone by, the author confesses to a realisation a few years back of her environmentally damaging ways, and soon realising the need to cut back.Continue reading “Minimal by Madeleine Olivia | Eco-Reads Volume. 6”

Lamp Upcycling: From Plain to Timeless

Ah a lockdown tradition as it has seemingly become many: house renovating/decorating/(lamp upcycling?). A pass-time to ease the boredom and a way in which to fill the hole of the otherwise busy weekends of socialising. Times we were accustom to in a pre-pandemic world. Well (on a lot smaller scale) I decided to take onContinue reading “Lamp Upcycling: From Plain to Timeless”