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Review: White Magic Microfibre Laundry Bag

Iโ€™ve already put this product on my October favourites blog post, but I thought I would go more in depth about this product because I think itโ€™s super important! Synthetic fabrics are anything made from a polymer based fabric, such as nylon and polyester. Most clothes shed fibres when they get washed, but the fibre… Continue reading Review: White Magic Microfibre Laundry Bag

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5 Thrifty Swaps for Common Ecofriendly Products

Working in an environmentally conscious store like Biome is like my version of heaven. Constantly surrounded by all the latest and greatest products that can help you live a sustainable life, itโ€™s amazing! But, all these products come at a price, and more often than not, one that is far too expensive for me and… Continue reading 5 Thrifty Swaps for Common Ecofriendly Products

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Making Fathers Day Sustainable

With Fathers Day just around the corner in Australia, I thought I would share some ways you can make it a more sustainable holiday! Not only will I give you gift suggestions, but I'll also share small ways to help the environment while you celebrate! 1. Swap out the gift wrap for eco friendly alternatives… Continue reading Making Fathers Day Sustainable

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Wrapping up Plastic Free July

What an experience this past month has been! Plastic Free July was definitely a challenge, and made me realise how reliant we are on plastic. Even though the idea of Plastic Free July is to refuse plastic packaging and challenge yourself to live without it for a month, I can't say I made it the… Continue reading Wrapping up Plastic Free July

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DIY: Reusable Cotton Rounds

For years I have been using these little cotton rounds to remove nail polish, makeup and tone my face, and they go so quickly because I use around 2 a day, and sometimes more if I'm wearing makeup. Each time I buy these, they come in packs of around 60 or so, and each time,… Continue reading DIY: Reusable Cotton Rounds