Fran Cresswell is the founder of Waste Free World. Her personal mission is to live the most fulfilling and ethical life possible. It is her hope that Waste Free World can be a source of inspiration for those who seek to do the same.
When she's not working on Waste Free World, you’ll find her hunting down the best vegan tacos and probably petting the nearest puppy.
Plastic Free July is exactly what it says on the tin: a month were we consciously use as little plastic as possible. Whether you're new on your sustainability journey, or whether you've been on this path for some time, there are always ways to get involved.
Remote working is a new experience for quite a few people in the time of Corona. Why not take some positive steps to make your remote work setup more sustainable? We’ve put together a list of some of the best ways.
It’s easy to get lost in anxiety, overthinking, agitation and worry. Did you know that this directly impacts your immune system?
But don’t stress. Seriously. We’ve put together some practical tools to help you keep calm amidst the chaos.
I’ve put together a list of 10 foods that regrow in water. Yes that’s right. You can use bits of veggies you’d normally throw away to grow new ones at home with nothing more than a dash of the old H-two-ohh. There are SO many great reasons to give it a go!
Fashion is a feminist issue. There’s no fighting it. 80% of garment workers worldwide are women, and less than 2% are paid a living wage. Here are 5 fashion brands that are making a real difference in the lives of women across the globe.
We're being bombarded by ever more information about fashion labels we simply MUST buy from. Some of them are using sustainable materials, organic dyes or ethical production practices - and that's great - but this great article from Forbes has got me thinking...