Are you up for a challenge?
Since I started my blog, my friends and family have asked me for my opinions on sustainable living and eco swaps.
I love that they ask me for advice because I love helping others to learn to live sustainably and I will always give my honest opinion.
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More recently, I’ve had messages from people who follow me on Instagram and they often ask me for my suggestions on alternatives.
Just last week, someone messaged me to say they tried Wild deodorant and he found it irritated his skin. I asked him if he tried the sensitive range and he wasn’t aware that Wild had a sensitive range – he’s going to give that a go – I helped 😊
Something else I noticed is that, even though we’re all trying to do our best, some don’t know where to start. That was me when I started so I got to thinking cap on to see how I can help others?
After quite a few weeks of thinking about it, I figured out what to do.
I’m so excited to have created the 30-day Eco Swap Challenge.
Everyday for 30 days, there is one item that can be swapped for an eco-friendly and sustainable alternative – what it is, what impact it has on the environment and where to get it from.
Some are easy, some may take a little longer, there’s a wildcard and some where you won’t have to buy anything at all.
I’m a firm believer in starting small, doing what you can and building from there – for me, there isn’t a right or wrong to sustainable living – doing something is always better than not doing anything.
I’ve spent a lot of time researching, creating this guide and included links to other articles for further reading/stats (can you tell I’m an Open University student?! LOL)
At a one-off price of £7, the challenge can be started when you’re ready.
Do let me know how you get on