While we usually
tackle eco-friendly matters of life, this blog is instead going to look at the
matter of death and your choices for what happens to your body.
According to the Cremation Society of Great Britain, 75 per cent of the population currently opts for cremation after death, with the majority of the rest choosing traditional burial.
While the population is ever-keener to live more sustainably, it would appear that not many of us are considering our post-life choices and how they could be changed to be kinder to the planet.
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In this guide, we’ll take a look at what menstrual cups are, how you use them, and the pros and cons of their use.
What is a menstrual cup?
A menstrual cup is a period product that fits inside the vagina and collects period blood. They are made from soft, flexible materials such as silicone and rubber, making them reusable, unlike tampons and pads.
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It’s the month of love
and, if you’re an eco-conscious couple, how better to celebrate your
relationship on Valentine’s Day than by enjoying a sustainable date night
Of course, you could
head to the local cinema or enjoy a meal cooked together at home, but if you’ve
exhausted those options or they don’t feel very romantic to you anymore, then
we’ve got a variety of options you might enjoy more.
We have pulled together a collection of great sustainable dates below for you to enjoy with your partner on Valentine’s Day — or any other day of the year!
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