I’ve tried many fun, interesting eco-friendly challenges this year, and some of my favourites have been food-related ones. Of course, that might just be because food is just amazing. However, I struggled to think of a food-related sustainability challenge that I hadn’t done in some way before, so to spice up the challenge, I thought, why not combine some of them into one big one?
Moksha was one of my first blogging friends and I have always admired her for her commitment to not only really fun, relatable posts, but also being as environmentally conscious and eco-friendly as possible. Eco-friendly living is in fact what started our chat about collabs, and our sustainable living challenge was born. Last month, we challenged each other to each go vegetarian/vegan for a week and blogged about how the challenge went, you can read about the challenge she set me here and the challenge I set her here. This month, as I said, we thought we’d do something different and tackle waste as that is a big problem when it comes to living ‘green’, so here is our challenge, and how it went. How we’re sharing this post is I will share Moksha’s diary and tips on my blog, and my experience will be shared on her blog so be sure to give both a read! I hope y
I know it’s almost halfway through September, but I finally have for you my eco-friendly challenge for this month. I’m a bit delayed in sharing because I used August to finish the Summer Competition Showcase so was backlogged a little with posts I wanted to share. But also, because my eco-friendly challenge this month is part of a collab I’m doing with Moksha over at Happy Panda.
As I was pondering and pouring through Pinterest, I came across a fun eco-friendly challenge all about minimalism. This one really inspired me because, in general, I think we hold onto too much stuff, and maybe we don’t always appreciate the things we have or get the fullest use out of them. Sooo, with that in mind, I bring you this month’s eco-friendly challenge
Today is earth day, so what better way to celebrate our planet and all of its amazing creatures than to reflect on a few things. COVID-19 has brought a few positive changes to the environment, but it’s not enough. We need to act because after generations of selflessly helping us, it’s time for us to help our planet. Keep reading for some fun ways to be more eco-friendly during quarantine. Let’s work together to save our planet – it’s the only home we have so it’s time we start treating it right.