Want your hard-earned cash make a difference in the world? Learn how to save and invest ethically and sustainably with this comprehensive guide.
Here is everything you need to know (about the why and how) to reduce your carbon emissions – in one simple (downloadable) guide
We compared our carbon footprint across different lifestyles. Here is what we learnt and what we decided to change to reach net zero.
Need some comfortable, lightweight and quick-drying undies for your next trip? Here is our review of the Unbound Merino Boxer Briefs.
Never forget (or avoid bringing) your reusable cup when you head to the coffee shop. The HUNU Cup is small enough to fit in any pocket.
Could minimalism be the solution for a healthier planet? Learn about the evils of consumerism and how we can overcome our addiction to stuff.
Looking for alternatives to single-use food wraps? Learn here if (Net Zero Co’s) beeswax wraps could be a more sustainable option.
Create memories that last a lifetime with these unique, truly sustainable getaways – places we travel bloggers rather keep to ourselves.
Want to gift something truly meaningful that is appreciated by those on the receiving end? Gift like a minimalist with these gift ideas.
Coconut Matter’s Mood deodorant is free of both: harmful ingredients and plastic. But does it work? We put it to the test.
Travel with an open heart and mind. Here are eight examples of the positive impact travel has had on us as human beings.
Do you know if what you wear is sustainably and ethically made? Not sure? Learn here how to find out more about your stuff. It’s eye-opening.
There are thousands of language schools around the world, and your study experience can make or break your desire to improve your language skills. So, how do you choose the right one?
Overtourism is a growing problem globally. Learn here how to make your contribution to ensure that travelling the world doesn’t become a burden.
Feeling the pressure these holidays? Why not gift differently? It could be a win for everyone – you, the people in your life and our environment.
I am wondering what goes through product designers/manufacturers minds when they create/produce products that will (for the most part) end up in a landfill. Seriously?