The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List

One of my New Year’s Resolutions for 2018 was to consume less goods that come wrapped in plastic. So far it’s been a bit of a mission (the selection of non-plastic wrapped vegetables at my local grocery stores is shockingly limited), but I’m definitely making slow yet steady progress.

This week journalist Elizabeth Bennett shared her account of going plastic-free on Refinery29, and I found it really interesting. Find the piece below, along with more of the week’s top life and style stories…

I Went Plastic-Free For A Week & It Was Almost Impossible – Refinery29

10 Homebody Date Night Ideas – The Glitter Guide

Rachel Weisz Doesn’t Think There Should Be a Lady Bond – The Cut

50 Truly Doable Ways to Make Any Day Better – Cupcakes and Cashmere

The Head Copywriter for Match.com on Her Best Dating Advice – The Every Girl

The Conversation I Wish We Had After Aziz Ansari – Man Repeller

Shop: Longline Cricket Knit – M&S Collection

18 Home Organization Products That Make It Impossible to Be Messy – My Domaine

Cook: Falafel Burgers with Yogurt Dill Sauce – Love & Lemons

Australia’s Government Bans Politicians From Sleeping With Their Staff – Mashable

  • I understand, technically, why all veg is in plastic nowadays, but I kind of do not understand. 99% of the time it seems pointless. Especially in places like M&S, which seems to be the plastic central of veg and fruit market.