If you have a cat, are thinking about adopting a cat, or have a pet similar to a cat and are conscious about your environmental, social and cultural impact, then this post could be really useful for you!
I’m not sure about you, but I’m nowhere near completing my giving list for this Christmas. While brainstorming some different ideas for gifts, I miraculously + somewhat organically ended up making a hierarchy of giving.
In June 2017, I packed up my belongings and moved with my partner and my cat into a compact home in the Perth Hills. To completely understate, it was a real adventure. We tore the
We’ve been living in what we call our ‘jungalow’ (yes, that’s a reference to Justina Blakeney’s Jungalow!) for just over a year now. When it all begun, our 5m x 6m space in Perth was more
About 6 months ago, I picked up a couple of reusable bamboo mugs by EcoSouLife for a camping trip. Honestly, I didn’t know much about EcoSouLife then. However, after reading their awesome recyclable stickers on
IKEA’s 2017 Sustainability Report is pretty impressive and the KALLAX shelving system is super adaptable in terms of the infinite ways to use and style it – so I thought why not show you how
As a young traveller, the sentiment ‘leave no trace’ has been eternally drilled into my head. In short, Leave No Trace represents a way of leaving minimal impact on your environment and reducing the disruption that