For the past couple of years, I have been on a crusade to do better for planet Earth. Lately, I’ve been looking at ways to buy less things that are packaged in plastic. For instance, plastic-free shampoos.
Bellow is a collection of articles I’ve read this month that are related to saving the environment and sustainability. (Except for the LEGO article, but I found that before I started making these collections.
I go into a fair bit of detail in this article. So if periods are TMI for you, you might want to skip this piece.
I suppose just roll over and give up because we’ve already doomed ourselves?
Nah, I refuse. I’m going to do what I can.
Even if my actions don’t really change anything globally, I hope that by inspiring others it creates an on-flow effect.
Reusable menstrual products (or RUMPs) are something I’ve been wanting to try for a long time, but have been putting it off because I live with my parents, and my mum thinks it’s gross. But the guilt of throwing all these synthetic objects into landfill, and the dryness in the lady parts, have been getting to me.