Zustainabox Products Review

The ZustainaBox is a bi-monthly subscription box full of sustainable alternatives for your current products. The box contains between 7 and 8 items and gets delivered every 8 weeks. The products are all vegan, cruelty-free, help you towards a plastic-free life and are made with a low environmental impact. When you subscribe as a member,… Continue reading Zustainabox Products Review

Zero Waste Kitchen With ZustainaBox

The world generates at least 3.5 million tons of plastic and other solid waste a day, 10 times the amount a century ago, according to World Bank researchers. Landfills are among the biggest contributors to soil pollution, roughly 80% of the items buried in landfills could be recycled. Shocking right? Luckily, due to the popular… Continue reading Zero Waste Kitchen With ZustainaBox

Zero Waste Bathroom With Holland & Barrett

Having a zero-waste bathroom is now easier with the new collection of Holland & Barrett. I have listed my favorite zero waste must-haves that you can start replacing now. 1. Reusable cotton padsWashable cotton pads are made from organic cotton and are suitable for all skin types. They are an environmentally friendly alternative to throwaway cotton… Continue reading Zero Waste Bathroom With Holland & Barrett

Pencils That Blooms Into Flowers

Have you ever use a pencil until the end? I don't know about you, but I don't remember ever finishing a pencil. The brand Bloom Your Message had the same problem and came to a solution: Growing Pencils. Growing pencils are like regular pencils. But instead of having an eraser at the end, these pencils… Continue reading Pencils That Blooms Into Flowers

No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Have you ever found yourself missing a sock after putting a pair in the laundry? This is very common. Researchers determined that the average person loses 1.3 socks each month and more than 15 per year. And with the average person living to 81 years of age, that adds up to a whopping 1,264 socks… Continue reading No More Lonely Socks With QNOOP

Reusable Coffee Cup Made From Bamboo

We all love coffee in the morning and even better if it's to-go. While some people have reusable coffee cups, the majority of coffee drinkers opt for the fast and easy disposable coffee cup to hold their favorite drink. While this is good for both the local economy and our mental well-being, there are some… Continue reading Reusable Coffee Cup Made From Bamboo

Cards That Turn Into Flowers

Dutch people are known for their windmills, colorful bulb fields, wooden shoes, etc. But something that I have discovered that is very common in the Dutch culture, is to send cards. For birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, when you are sick, when you move into a new house, when you graduate, when a kid is born... Dutchies… Continue reading Cards That Turn Into Flowers

6 Sustainable Rain Jackets To Survive The Dutch Autumn

Autumn, is here. That means the rainy season has officially started. In order to make the bike rides to the market, to the store or to the pub more comfortable it is recommended to have a good rain jacket. Most of the rain jackets are made from polyester. This is one of the best materials… Continue reading 6 Sustainable Rain Jackets To Survive The Dutch Autumn

Washable And Reusable Products: ImseVimse

ImseVimse is a Swedish brand of reusable textile products. It started as a cloth diaper brand but it has expanded and now they make washable products for women as well. In order to protect the environment, for all of their products ImseVimse uses cotton that is organically cultivated. Like this, they can be certain to… Continue reading Washable And Reusable Products: ImseVimse

Sustainable Brand: Weaverbirds

Weaverbirds is a small social enterprise based in Uganda and in Denmark. The owner Liv, is from Denmark but lived in Uganda for many years up. After having worked in development for a decade she wanted to do something different which had a more immediate impact on both socio-economically and environmentally development. These two ideas quickly… Continue reading Sustainable Brand: Weaverbirds