Sea birds die from plastic ingestion and pollution each year
Marine animals are effected by plastic pollution each year
Of people have plastic toxicity present in their urine
We aim to bring you simple, effective, easy to implement plastic free habits that anyone, of any age can start today.For me, for you, for a cleaner world.
Hi, My name is Cindy
Have you ever felt so passionate about something that you feel the need to share your passion with those around you?I am passionate about reducing my footprint on this beautiful, vibrant Earth. A keen secondhand shopper – I haven’t purchased anything “new” in a long while. Recently I took on the commitment of going vegan and soon after, I took the pledge to go “plastic free”. Although I haven’t been perfect, I am damn proud of the progress that I have made and the awareness that I have gained about this global epidemic. I started seeing posts on Instagram and all over the internet of people buying reusable coffee cups, ditching plastic straws and cutlery and bringing their own takeaway containers – people were posting pretty pictures of their “plastic free” items and participating in Plastic Free July. Girls were converting from tampons and pads and investing in menstrual cups – I soon realised that those around me caught the plastic free bug too! However, the more I saw, the more I became frustrated – these people were throwing away perfectly good tupperware & everyday items, ditching & wasting what they ALREADY HAD and essentially contributing to landfill all in the aim to be seen as “trendy”. It got me thinking.. Is this plastic free movement just a trend..? So this is me, pictured to the right. Plastic sunnies, plastic choker (because the 90’s rule) and plastic coffee cup. I am using and reusing what I already have and simply avoiding single use items whereever and whenever I can. I am real and together we can make an impact. Together, we can clean up this earth, reducing our personal contributions to landfill and refusing one plastic item at a time.