Here at Effortlessly Eco, we feel that the people behind the brands are almost as important as the products they sell! Here's your chance to get to know Joey & Thuta, founders of Leiho. Leiho produce sustainable and ethical bamboo socks.
Here at Effortlessly Eco we like to help like-minded people share their voices! We will be holding a regular feature on our site, where guest bloggers can share a sustainability topic of their choosing. This week's blogger is Emma Kane.
Here at Effortlessly Eco, we feel that the people behind the brands are almost as important as the products they sell! Here's your chance to get to know their stories so far,what makes them tick, and how their products are making a difference in the world.
Get to know the new Effortlessly Eco Brand Ambassadors! All three of these incredible people share the same values and passion that we hold here at Effortlessly Eco, making them perfect to represent us as a brand! 1. @slowlivinguide - I have created @slowlivinguide and slowlivinguide.com as a digital space filled with topics around slow and sustainable living, healthy lifestyle and travel – inspired by my own habits, my love for the planet and forever admiration of Scandinavia and the Scandinavian way of living. I'm on a journey of being present more, consuming less and taking a slower approach to everyday life...
One of the scariest things about Halloween, is how much unnecessary waste it creates year upon year. Halloween has gone from a bin bag outfit (90’s kids shout out) and a quick trick or treat, to parties and new outfits every year. I love Halloween as much as I love the new vegan Pumpkin Spice lattes from Starbucks, which is a lot and my bank account is suffering. Onto the serious stuff now, if we don’t make small changes now towards a more sustainable Halloween, it is only going to get worse in years to come.