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    Journey to eco-friendly periods | The cup

    Welcome to my Journey to eco-friendly periods blog series, in which I discuss the ways I’ve changed how I manage my period so it is more sustainable. For the back story on why I decided to change my routine, including statistics on the plastic contained in common period products (like up to 4 plastic bags worth of plastic!) or how they’re harmful toward the planet, be sure to read the first part of my series. When talking about eco-friendly periods, it’s impossible not to mention menstrual cups as the two are pretty much synonymous. They were the first thing I looked into when making my switch to find environmentally friendly…

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    Journey to eco-friendly periods

    In my quest to live a more eco-friendly life, I was shocked to discover that traditional menstrual products like pads and tampons contain mostly plastic. According to statistics, some pads are made of up to 90% plastic! These products are thrown away after a single use and the plastic remains, which we know will have a long lifetime on this planet. Reading this information, I felt guilty that I had been using products that could be harsh towards my vagina as well as the environment. Given that I will continue to have periods for a while, I promised myself that in 2019 I would make sure my periods were sustainable…

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    Eco-Friendly Household Cleaning

    As my previous blog and social media reveal, I am trying to live greener in any way I possibly can. Being sustainable and eco-friendly is a big concern for me, plus I feel all the better by doing it because, after all, we only have one planet. In my research I was shocked to find out just how many every day items I use contain harsh chemicals that are dangerous for the planet and us. Cleaning has been a rising trend over the last year, especially with internet stars like Mrs Hinch and others making cleaning more than just a daily chore, but a fashion trend. With the amount of…