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- How to Support Your Local Environmental CharityI don’t talk a lot about my day job very often on here, so you may be surprised to learn that I have spent two-thirds of my working life – a combined total of 11 years – working for different...
- Ten ThingsThe group Wet Wet Wet are headling at a music festival near me today, which is ironic considering that this week has been marked by just how wet wet wet it has been around here. On Wednesday I found myself...
- Ten ThingsHello there! This week I have been enjoying the video of the lady in the red raincoat in 1977. So fascinating! I’ve also been enjoying this Facebook group – terrible art in charity shops – so good in every way!...
- How Ethical is Anthropologie?Like its sister-brand Free People, Anthropologie is known for its boho, adventure-inspired elegant collections. The American brand, first opened in 1992 in Pennsylvania, now operates over 200 stores worldwide, selling a diverse range of womenswear, accessories, and furniture. Anthropologie defines itself as “a portal of discovery—a brush with what could be. A place for [women] […]
- Top 10 Sustainable Packing PicksWhether you’re planning to go out of town or halfway around the world, the key is careful preparation. To be honest, sometimes it’s easy (and tempting) to opt for convenience. But whether you realize it or not, every travel decision you make impacts the environment for better or worse. The good news is local travelers […]
- 7 Ethical Alternatives to THAT Zara Polka Dot DressAt the beginning of the summer, Zara released a £40 black and white polka dot dress. So far, so good, nothing out of the ordinary to worry about. But soon, the dress was adopted by influencers, and suddenly everyone became obsessed. The dress was (and still is) everywhere, like, literally—everywhere. It’s become so viral that […]
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