In the interest of honesty, I feel like I should tell you where this blogging journey of mine began. And – spoiler alert – it ain’t all that “sustainable”. It was 2012, I was 16 and I decided to start “the next big” fashion blog. It was all cheap-as-chips H&M hauls and OOTDs on a waitressing wage.
So, basically, that blog was the absolute antithesis of everything I do now.
Life’s funny like that, huh?
Since then, I’ve had my fair share of “holy shit” type revelations. And these days you’ll usually find me typing away at a blog post or rambling on my Instagram stories about my journey to more ethical living, often with a cup of chocolate oat milk in hand.
I blog about ethical lifestyle topics including how to ditch fast fashion, reduce your plastic consumption and live in a cruelty-free way, one day at a time. And don’t worry, I won’t tell you that you have to buy twelve-billion mason jars or have a compost heap to do your bit. Making shifts to the way you live and changing your habits certainly isn’t easy. However, I’m a big believer that sustainability is worth the slight ball-ache.
I’ve worked with some completely badass brands in my time including AllPlants to chat about how I’m transitioning to a more plant-based diet, TOTM to chat about eco-friendly sanitary products and how (gasp) I learnt not to hate my period, and Tender Essence with more period chat about how to use essential oils to make yourself feel less crappy.