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    Eco-Friendly,  Fashion & Beauty

    High Street Sustainable Fashion: 5 Affordable Brands

    Hope everyone is enjoying the long Easter weekend! I’m off to Dorset/Hampshire, how about you? Since switching up my content, and lifestyle, to include more eco-friendly aspects, I’ve paid close attention to fashion and the origins of my clothes. The damaging effects of fast fashion are being exposed more, and it’s made me want to start developing my wardrobe more environmentally and ethically. The only problem here is the price. As a student, most sustainable brands are out of my price reach, or so I thought. I’ve recently discovered great affordable high street sustainable fashion brands/clothing lines that don’t break the bank! M&S I love M&S. It’s my go-to shop…

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    Interview: Nada, Leicester’s First Zero Waste Store

    I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend. I’m so pleased to be able to share this interview I did with Lauren from Nada, the first zero waste store in Leicester. Here are Lauren’s thoughts on all things Nada, going self-employed and leading more eco-friendly lifestyles. I also managed to take a few photos of the shop. The cereal dispensers are storage goals! What is Nada and how did it come about? Nada is Leicester’s first zero waste shop and we sell dried goods, food without packaging, refillable kitchen and bathroom goods, and alternatives to single-use plastics. It came about because I was trying to reduce my own plastic waste…