Hearing about Share Fairs I want to throw off my money clothes and run naked into a glorious new world. Here’s why

What’s happened in the past week? I went to the Horsham Repair Cafe, and became a sharing newbie. This got me thinking about money, its place in my life and what life would look like without it. Well, a life with less really (not that it makes any difference to the taxman).

No more of this money stuff for me. Well, at least not as much. I want to really share

At the Horsham Repair Café I met the inspiring Christine Sefton. Christine is Community Project Developer at the Eden Project. I was inspired by their ‘Share Fairs’ and the idea of community sharing.

Christine from the Eden Project (and me)

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10 billion recycled water bottles and a heap of trash

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In search of zero waste … sports gear

Last week I looked at fashion, in particular my business shirts, and what was available in zero waste. This week I pick five zero-waste sportswear candidates.

I was shocked to discover how plastic-based fibres like polyester find their way into our oceans just by washing them. So I’m getting rid of my 100% polyester sports gear and I’m looking to replace it with something more sustainable. Continue reading “10 billion recycled water bottles and a heap of trash”