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Plastic Free Christmas ~ A Festive Guide ~ Decorations

By Emmajo Haslam Plastic Free Christmas ~ A Festive Guide ~ Decorations I can’t believe that it is December! I don’t know where 2018 has gone. For me and my daughter this is one of our favourite time of the year (the boys are a bit more Grinchy!)We love Christmas; the giving, the decorations, the warmth, the kindness, the food- basically all of it apart from the consumerism. Throughout December I will be sharing with you the best ways to…

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Did you know you had a super power? #optoutside

By Emmajo Haslam Did you know you had super powers? Did you know you have a super power? Yup you do! It’s a power that can be used to change the course of the world.  It’s called Purchase Power!  As a consumer our purchases effect the way companies do business. Our purchases have a direct impact on the environment. Every choice you make has a ripple effect across the globe. Companies have no choice but to change their strategies to keep up with…

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The many faces of Palm Oil – Think before you leap.

By Emmajo Haslam The many faces of Palm Oil; Think before you leap. You would have to live under a rock to not have seen the banned Iceland Advert on social media over the last few days. I saw this advert in the cinema about 6 weeks ago and shared it across my social media. I didn’t quite get the same response as Iceland! I hadn't planned on writing my second blog quite so quickly. However,  given the amazing opportunities…

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Championing The Small Changes

Championing The Small Changes
Plastic Free Christmas ~ Festive Guide ~ Decorations

By Emmajo Haslam Championing Small Changes This is my first blog and I was struggling the think what to write about. I knew it had to be on Single Use Plastics. (SUP) A bit like starting this blog, the issues of plastics and sustainability are such an enormous topic, where do you start? I started thinking about my “Why”. Why am doing what I am doing? I relaunched my company, Driftwood Life in June this year so that I could work…

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