Written By Maya ( Guest Post )
What is sustainable travel?
Sustainable travel is a way of traveling that doesn’t harm our environment.
This way of tourism is all about treating the environment with respect while traveling.
It is all about making sure travel will make a less negative impact on the world.
Help Solve the Plastic Crisis + Giveaway!
The plastic Crisis has spread far and wide and therefore even though we are trying to ban plastic bags , there are other options we can use as a go-to as well. The problem is plastic bags are everywhere, especially places they shouldn’t be! This throws light on fact that the mass production of the plastic bag may end up being one of humanity’s biggest regrets.
As we fold up our beach blankets and say goodbye to summer I took a look at some fresh new sustainable autumn workwear brands I could pull out this fall!
Published by Ecomogul Magazine
Guest Post for Ethical Influencers !
Want to work with brands, but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you’ve already worked with a few businesses, but you feel like you’ve lost your way? It is so important to be authentic with the brands you work with not only for your reputation but for the planet!
Find out how to stay true to yourself – and work with brands whose values you share – in this week’s guide, kindly written by Sonya Vajifdar.
Guest Post for FTG Magaizne
For many, summer is the season of fun especially when it comes to everyday dressing, which certainly includes the ultimate wardrobe staple – the dress. However, that is also a day-to-night year-round essential we need for so many occasions, which makes it reasonable to spend a bit more time and money to find the right one.
As Guest Post for FTG Magazine
The heatwave has hit different parts of the world and the sun, even if it feels so nice, is not only a skin killer but makes us prone to many other dangerous diseases.
That being said, we always had a hard time picking a non-greasy, organic sunscreen, which is not only safe but also chemical-free. If you are looking for natural, safe and cruelty-free way to protect your skin from the damages of the sun, here are a few to experiment with!
Guest Post for Slae Magazine
Climate change has made summers getting excruciatingly hot all through the world; as global average temperatures have been increasing steadily in the last 150 years. As individuals is an initiative we can take to help our planet and ourselves during these summers and that is to start investing wisely. The key to summer clothing as I have always seen it is to always be wearing light, airy, durable and earth-friendly fabrics with breathable silhouettes to stay cool and happy during the sweltering heat!
It’s been over a year now that I’ve switched to ethical beauty and fashion, and although the transformation has been slow, I now love the feel of my clothes and skincare more than ever. The world is definitely more aware of sustainable living with swap parties being held, second-hand street fairs and a new niche of luxury sustainable boutiques seem to have appeared all over.
Lately, many people are switching to organic beauty (including me), however, finding the right natural products for your skin type takes time and money.
In the meantime, I started making my own DIYs beauty treatments, which are absolutely natural and organic. The only downside is they don’t last long so you can’t store them for months. Instead, make them in small batches. Not only do they totally work but it’s a great and a highly satisfying knowing what exactly you are using on your skin and as well as seeing the effects! These are the top 4 you need to try!