While most of us have been brought up using disposable period products as standard, we are in a climate crisis, it is time to look beyond these options and delve into the world of sustainability.
After all, the average person who experiences periods will get through 11,000 tampons in their lifetime.
If you haven’t explored the world of disposable pad and tampon alternatives yet, read on and find out all about your numerous options — from period underwear to menstrual cups and beyond.
Continue reading A guide to reusable & eco-friendlier period products
As we’ve discussed on the Forge blog before, Christmas is a wasteful time of year where peoples’ usual, eco-conscious behaviour sometimes goes out the window.
I think most of us are guilty of having bought a few last-minute gifts or too much food at this time of year.
However, there are ways to avoid this panic and waste and have a more sustainable Christmas this December.
Continue reading How to enjoy a more sustainable Christmas
Most of us are guilty of a wardrobe full of clothes we never
wear — whether that’s because they’re no longer the right size, they’re out of
fashion, or they were an impulse buy we’ve never worn.
This wardrobe-stuffing has been encouraged by fast fashion, which has enabled people to buy endless items
of clothing without breaking the bank or giving each purchase much thought.
With so many clothes to choose from, many of us struggle to
decide what to wear each day — and a surprising number of us end up reaching
for the same pieces daily, to avoid the decision.
This situation could be avoided with the implementation of a capsule wardrobe.
With such busy lives and many of us wishing to move over to more sustainable ways of living, a capsule wardrobe could make life simpler and eco-friendlier for everyone.
Continue reading How to create a capsule wardrobe