In the spirit of choosing my yearly small selection of sellers to spotlight, I’d like to introduce you to my 2021 picks for unique wildlife gifts…
For this year’s instalment, I’ve had a little help from zero-waste brand, If You Care*, to find zero-waste alternatives to help make five main areas of everyday kitchen tasks more planet-friendly.
As consumers’ habits turn to shopping more ethically and sustainably the availability of vegan-friendly and cruelty free skincare and cosmetics option has increased. But, shopping for cruelty free and vegan is not without it’s troubles, namely what ingredients should you look out for? How can you tell if an item is truly vegan or just cruelty free and what’s the difference?
To celebrate Easter this year, I’ve teamed up with the brilliant vegan treats company, Ananda Foods, to support and encourage as many people as possible to have a cruelty-free Easter.
Christmas preparations needn’t cost the Earth (and I mean that in the most literal way). I’m sure there are plenty of ways to have a more eco-friendly Christmas, but here are a few of my most easily achieved for starters…
Whether you’re eco-conscious yourself, or buying for someone who appreciates green gifts, I’ve tried to think of gift suggestions that don’t harm the environment in any way, and that also help promote small businesses and wildlife/environmental charities.
Introducing Button and Squirt, home of Amazing Animals Fact Cards. I was excited to chat to Ria, the woman behind Button and Squirt to find out about her love of animals, her business journey and her motivations for the brand.
Introducing Wild Lines’ wildlife-themed illustrations. Plus, don’t miss your chance to win a free set of Christmas cards! Find out how…
These lemur-themed masks support one of Madagascar’s leading conservation charities in their innovative mask exchange scheme to help supply face coverings to the world’s poorest.
The motivation behind DRINKS3 is to become the lowest CO2 footprint soft drinks brand in the UK by 2022. Naturally, I quizzed them about what makes them an ethical brand?