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Declutter your car and reduce your carbon footprint

Declutter your car and reduce your carbon footprint

Summer is the time we jump in the car and head off for a little R & R. The freedom of the open road, adventure, holidays, excitement…it sounds great. Not everyone can afford an electric car, however by ethically decluttering our cars we can save on fuel, wear and...

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The Sustainable Country Road

The Sustainable Country Road

In 2011 Australia’s fashion icon, Country Road, fostered a sustainable approach to reduce the company’s environmental footprint. By partnering with the Red Cross, Country Road’s clientele have the opportunity to pass on clothing as their lifestyles change through...

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Declutter tips to lift your head & heart above the covid haze

Declutter tips to lift your head & heart above the covid haze

A few declutter tips to lift our head and heart out of the Covid haze is just want we need. 2020 will go down in history as one of the most stressful for our generation, living in a constant haze and for many it's been and continues to be a living hell, draining our...

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How to ethically declutter in 5 simple steps

How to ethically declutter in 5 simple steps

Ethical decluttering does not mean throwing everything out yet on the same hand ethically decluttering takes time,  if it has taken ten years to accumulate the clutter, do not expect to sort and ethically declutter in one afternoon. You can certainly hire a skip bin...

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How Green are Electric Cars?

How Green are Electric Cars?

Car’s, love them or loath them, as I write over 13 000 000 cars have been produced this year alone (2020), check out World o Meters Cars  it’s staggering. With consumer interest growing for more eco-friendly methods of transport, it’s a good time to look at...

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Why buy stuff?

Why buy stuff?

Stuff:  collection of things not needing to be specified, valueless matter, trash, non-sense. Australian Oxford Dictionary Why buy stuff that does not add value to our lives, business, social structure and invested in quality over quantity, reusable over disposable....

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The True Cost of Waste Part 2

The True Cost of Waste Part 2

Clutter (a form of waste) can make us feel stressed, anxious and depressed, research found the levels of the stress hormone cortisol were higher in mothers whose home environment was cluttered. Source Sage Journals In 2011, neuroscience researchers using fMRI...

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The True Cost of Waste Part 1

The True Cost of Waste Part 1

We want to do good by our planet to reduce, reuse and recycle waste, we also need and want economies to grow and thrive, yet we cannot ignore the true cost of waste, which can be gauged by Earth Overshoot Day. It’s the day that marks the date when humanity's demand...

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How to shop your wardrobe

How to shop your wardrobe

We choose our fashion to make an impression, feel good and confident, so we can step out into the world and make a difference, but what impact do our fashion have on the planet? A well organised wardrobe can make the world of difference. Did you know those new leather...

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Shop your wardrobe reduce your fashion footprint

Shop your wardrobe reduce your fashion footprint

Fashion comes with it's own footprint, yet how we shop, organise and care for our fashion can either add or reduce our fashion footprint. Tights, stockings, sportswear, yoga pants, and other form-fitting types of apparel are often made from nylon and although there...

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