It’s easy to make snap judgements about some things in life being frivolous, indulgent or unnecessary. A delicious soy latte in the morning sunshine. A new expensive piece of equipment, like a camera. A smoothie bike! Things like these are of course, not essential to life. They are often only available to certain privileged segments
When I found out I was pregnant we were living in a lovely share house with my partner. I didn’t want to move but knew we had to. Would we live in a large house further out like a lot of our friends were doing or stay in the inner city in a small apartment?
Being ethical and having a great product is becoming the new normal. There is hope for our planet and future generations if we choose to support ethical brands #votewithyourdollar. Here are a few examples of companies that are leading the way: Who Gives a Crap: punny, sustainable and creatively wrapped toilet paper, tissues and hand