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Lauren Bravo Homethings

Breaking Up With Fast Fashion with Lauren Bravo

We speak to journalist babe and author, Lauren Bravo – who wrote 'What Would The Spice Girls Do?' and recently released 'How To Break Up With Fast Fashion". Our conversation covers the dark truth of the fast fashion industry and how we can all do our bit to reduce funding companies who greenwash...
Bybi Beauty Homethings

Beauty that doesn't cost the Earth with BYBI Beauty

Homethings sit down with Elsie Rutterford + Dominika Minarovic – co-founders of Clean Beauty Insiders and BYBI Beauty. We chat about sustainability touchpoint at every angle for BYBI, from the ingredients, the manufacturing to the packaging as well as Gweneth's vagina candle and why clean beauty...
Ryan Kohn Propercorn

A Proper Talk about Businesses for Good with Ryan Kohn

We talk to Ryan Kohn about his journey with entrepreneurship and sustainability – from setting up club-nights when he was 18 to being the co-founder of Proper, we discuss conscious living, BCorps and whether plastic bags are really that bad.   Homethings: Hello. How did your sustainability journ...
Madeleine Shaw Homethings

A World of Wellness with Madeleine Shaw

We talk to good friend, author and Nutritional Therapist, Madeleine Shaw, about low waste living, her experience of trialing a plastic-free life and whether or not it's possible to be sustainable unless we all start slowing down? "When we are stressed, busy and tired we can only do what we can. ...
Daze Aghaji Homethings

The Battle Against Eco-Warriors with Daze Aghaji

We sat down for a chat with freelance climate change activist, Daze Aghaji – who talks politics, memes and the environment. Throughout our conversation, we learnt what it's really like to be a part of Extinction Rebellion whilst studying at University as well as discussing the importance of awar...
Here’s a question: why Kickstarter?

Here’s a question: why Kickstarter?

Unless you’re the sort of person who’s genuinely into extra-curricular activities and sports clubs, making friends as an adult is hard. Just ask Twitter. But making friends as an ‘up-and-coming’ new brand is even harder. And whilst it can be tempting to buy a few pals from the internet (hello b...