Lavanya Mohan

5 Reasons To Switch To Cloth Pads

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5 Reasons To Switch To Cloth Pads
You may have been hearing about cloth pads making a comeback, but the ones that are in the market now are a far, far cry from the makeshift ones that our grandmothers and mothers wore, but if you’re still thinking about making the shift from disposable pads to cloth pads, here are five reasons t...

No, Being Eco-Friendly Doesn’t Mean You’ve To Punish Yourself

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No, Being Eco-Friendly Doesn’t Mean You’ve To Punish Yourself
The popular notion when it comes to being eco-friendly, or even if you’re trying to live a sustainable life, is that you have to punish yourself a fair amount to achieve it. This isn’t true, because if it was, I wouldn’t be trying to do this. Living a sustainable life doesn’t mean you have to de...

Have A Green Festive Season!

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Have A Green Festive Season!
Dusshera just passed us by, and before we know it, Deepavali would have crept up on us. As much as I love the cheer, family time and the well-deserved breaks from work that festivals bring us, it is hard to not ignore the amount of waste that piles up both inside and outside the house. Here are ...

7 Green Resolutions For 2017

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7 Green Resolutions For 2017
Just like that, another new year is upon us! For 2017, I want to work towards a cleaner, greener lifestyle, so here are 7 resolutions I will take. I’ll confess that I’m not very good at sticking to resolutions, but hey, you’ve got to start somewhere!1. Carry my own bag to the shops–I want to car...

Building A Sustainable Wardrobe: Step One

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Building A Sustainable Wardrobe: Step One
One of the reasons I took so long to getstarted on building a sustainable wardrobe was primarily because of my (wrong)perceptions of people who lived sustainably. The idea of a wardrobe restrictedto Jolna Pais and other items of clothing and accessories that aredepressing to think of, let alone look...
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