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Bob People: Jasmine Mayhead of Ethical Made Easy

As a business that is constantly evolving in our approach to living a more natural and sustainable life at work and at home, Jasmine Mayhead's sustainable fashion blog, Ethical Made Easy, is a popular one for our team and our clients.

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Slow Food: Ostro's Apricot Jam Crostata

Local cookbook author Julia Busuttil Nishimura is all about good food, made with simple ingredients in her small Melbourne kitchen. A lover of proper, uncomplicated food that is made by hand, the author of Ostro's food fulfils and nourishes. Here, we share one of her many beautiful recipes that bring joy, whilst keeping us slow and steady. 

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Cool to be Kind: Our Favourite Sustainable and Ethical Labels

Where were your clothes made? What materials and practices were used in their creation? How long do you keep a piece in your wardrobe before you’re sick of it?

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Bob People: Five Minutes with Ahimsa Collective Co-Founder, Tessa Carroll

Growing up in a household where minimising unnecessary waste and engaging in sustainable practices was the norm, Ahimsa Collective Co-Founder Tessa Carroll's education in and care for the environment started early. 

It comes as little surprise then, in the wake of the launch of her sustainable bag line, that making elaborate garden composts and designing handbags out of old denim jeans was commonplace for the creative Tessa.

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Bob on Sustainability: Hair Booms

As you take a seat in your salon chair for an hour (or three) of you time, it’s a fair assumption that the last thing on your mind is, ‘where does all my hair lying helplessly on the floor there go?’ And that’s fair enough, too; when most hairdressers start out in the industry, it’s certainly not at the top of their list of questions, either.

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