Can a brand compensate for cheap, poor quality clothing made in unethical working conditions by using recycled polyester, having plastic free packaging or promising to reduce their carbon emissions in the next 20 years? Or how about the owner of a company known for treating employees poorly donating millions to charities or organisations that care … Continue reading Can we off-set poor ethics?
A few months back, I was looking at buying some reusable items that would in the long term save me money and reduce waste. After a quick google I learned that this item could be used hundreds of times (one site even claimed up to 1000) before needing to be replaced. And so I got … Continue reading Are sustainable products profitable?
People, like plants need room to grow. I think in the same way that plants outgrow their pots, we as people outgrow our environments. The issue arises when we end up staying in spaces where we don't have room to be ourselves. You end up stifled and limited. Often, you end up thinking that you … Continue reading Room to grow
Yesterday I wrote about the simple life and after clicking publish I realised that I still had more thoughts to share. After giving it some thought, I started to question why instead of living the life that we want we decide to pursue other paths. In yesterdays post, I wrote of how it is often … Continue reading Does your life align with your values?
I've recently had a few conversations about going back to work and what that will look like. For some that worked in offices they were able to continue at home whilst for others things grounded to a halt and have remained so for the past couple of months. From the way things look, it appears … Continue reading Post-lockdown in the office
... I'm still going to do it. I find it easier to write down my words by hand, perhaps because I write quicker than I can type. I can never manage to keep up with myself when I'm writing from my laptop. The keyboard and screen of a phone, computer or laptop is no comparison … Continue reading It might not be great for the environment but…