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I came across this wonderful site called ‘Our Lovely Goods‘, A family run business which came about when they started making body butter for their baby daughter in 2018 before branching out into soy-based candles to make their home feel snug. They enjoyed it so much that they launches ‘Our Lovely Goods’,the following year.
They are passionate about creating products that are good for you, your home and the environment – whilst being beautifully designed too. They also have a curated collection of Raffia Placemats, Coasters, Bowls and more, handwoven by talented artisans in Nigeria.
They handcraft natural wax candles, botanical skincare and work with talented artisans in Nigeria to curate our collection of homewares. They are alsopassionate about promoting well being and exploring creativity through workshops and events.
Some of their beautiful candles include Green Tea Jasmine & Amber at £20
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The website Mindful of the Home has put together this brilliant graphic of 14 cheap and easy ways to use less plastic at home.
These little things like reusable bags which hopefully by now 99% of people are doing that anyway to buying food in glass jars can make all the difference to ditching your plastic and making your home more eco-friendly and more kind to the planet.
Jade, the writer of Mindful of the Home writes on her website that the website was born to help her focus on creating a more eco-friendly home, and sharing the many ways that you can make this possible.
From living a more sustainable life in general, being conscious of your purchases and the products you use and buy, to ways to reuse and upcycle.
She writes tips on sustainability in your home, the wardrobe, your holidays, fashion and second hand clothing…
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Whichever way you look at it Greta Thunberg has introduced us all into a greener, eco-friendly lifestyle, but with the seriousness of how the climate crisis is at the moment, we cannot ignore it.
Now the general public are becoming more and more aware and more partial to eco-friendly products, its only natural that companies have to work towards that way.
Of course, it is not just in the UK, countries like Germany have the highest rates of recycling in the world.
Fashion designers are now looking to diversify into more eco-friendly materials. There is so much to think about from food waste, renewable electricity, mobility and consumer electronics and much more. Lots of companies are starting to label themselves “eco-friendly”, but it’s knowing if they are “truly”, “eco-friendly”. Even McDonald’s has pledged to make all of its packaging environmentally sustainable by 2025.
On the website Conserve Future Energy Be…
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