In this blog, we’re giving you ideas for sustainable swaps you can make when it comes to your work desk. We are big advocates for choosing one area of your life and looking at how you can make it more sustainable. This makes it less overwhelming and more achievable. Today, we are looking at sustainable swaps for your work life. Reusable water bottle One swap that has a HUGE impact is
Should hotels provide free period care products? Meet Hannah Frances Boulton, who’s campaigning to get hotels to start providing tampons and pads to guests. Firstly, could you please tell us a little bit about yourself? “I’m a travel writer, hotel reviewer and consultant with a background in hospitality marketing. Alongside my freelance work, I run a creative consultancy business called Hotel Palette which advises hoteliers on guest experience, brand purpose and marketing
The intensity of period pain varies from person to person. For some, it is extremely severe and impacts daily life. This is the case for marketing professional Ella. Her difficult periods can make working full time extremely difficult. In this blog, Ella tells us all about her problematic periods, how she manages them at work, the impact her periods have on her work performance and why she feels it’s important for workplaces to
The widespread plastic pollution problem is damaging the environment. Affecting wildlife, oceans and filling up landfill sites. Everyday items are contributing to the issue and it turns out even your period care is part of the problem! Here we give you the lowdown on plastic in period care and talk about alternatives. Plus, scroll to discover our £2 switch kits! Do you know what your tampons, pads and liners are made of? It’s strange
We spoke to Business Psychologist and Founder of See Her Thrive, Clare Knox to discuss reproductive health in the workplace. Here, Clare tells us why employers should be supportive of menstrual health and conditions, plus shares useful tips! First things first, why should employers be trying to support reproductive health in the workplace? “According to Public Health England (2018), a third of women in England are suffering from severe reproductive health issues.