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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Oct 10
Struggling with your mental health? Know that you are not alone.
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YoungMinds Oct 9
Today is ! 💛 Wear something yellow, post a photo online and show young people that they’re not alone when struggling with their mental health. Use and tag us - we’ll be retweeting your posts throughout the day.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Oct 6
I'd share with
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Ombar Chocolate Sep 29
We're celebrating all things organic this by giving away bars of our organic chocolate. To WIN and comment with a friend you would share it with. 👌 ✨ Head to our Instagram for T&Cs:
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Oct 6
Check out this campaign via
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Oct 3
How much plastic could you save by changing to a zero waste deodorant? Check out these beauties...
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
I think that's easy for us, but most people I know are ruled by budget and/or convenience, not ethics.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Not in every way, mostly in reusing and mending. Not always so good at recycling or embracing renewable energy.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Replying to @ZipYardUK @EthicalHour
I completely ignored learning from my Mum, but did a fashion course after leaving uni and learned loads then.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Tempted by one of the eco-friendly products from - I can vouch for their superb copper water bottle...
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Done! What a beautiful cup.
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#EthicalHour® Sep 9
Tonight you could WIN a personalised Bamboo Coffee Cup! Engraved with name or initials of your choice. Simply is follow and and RT this tweet! Entries close Monday 16th September. Winner will be announced on Friday 20th September.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Replying to @EthicalHour @ZipYardUK
It's never too late to start. But it's also too easy to be lazy when fast fashion is so cheap. Convincing people to repair a dress when they can buy a new one for £5 is a constant struggle!
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Replying to @EthicalHour
Companies need to stop using so much plastic, making it easier to avoid.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Replying to @ZipYardUK @EthicalHour
I think that many people are lacking the skills, knowledge and/or confidence to do it themselves. Or it's just laziness.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Replying to @globalwakecup
It's sad that we've had to reach this point for many people to start making changes.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
Lynsey here, from ethical blog Monsoon of Random.
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 9
The future of sustainability relies in big business becoming responsible. Reducing plastic packaging, offering loose produce, and offering more vegan foods.
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Caitlin Moran Sep 5
Why make "die" an option? Who makes "die" an option? Why is "die" suddenly on the table? Who the fuck looks at the Menu of Possibilities and goes 'Fuck more buses - It's DIE for me!"
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Monsoon of Random - Ethical Lifestyle Choices Sep 5
Could you go without buying new clothes for 30 days? Read more and sign up to Second Hand September. Great for the environment. Great for your bank balance.
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