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Less waste, less stink, less toxins: why I love my Lunette menstrual cup

Lunette menstrual cup giveaway

11,000.

That’s approximately how many pads or tampons you will use in a lifetime.

My mind explodes when I think about how much waste this creates – not just from the products themselves but also from the additional plastic packaging.

Sanitary products take hundreds of years to biodegrade. Yup. Your used pads and tampons will quite literally still be floating around in landfill long after you have passed on.

And don’t even get me started on the toxins they contain … toxins that you’re putting inside your body.

Ladies, our periods are making a right royal mess of the planet.

So what’s the alternative?

Menstrual cups, baby!

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{Podcast 005} Alana Deukett: ethical shoe designer and Luludu founder

Alana Deukett Luludu

Deeply compassionate. Extraordinarily self-aware. Courageous and determined. A master at following her heart. A visionary fuelled by the desire to make the world a better place.

This is how I would describe Alana Deukett, founder of Luludu, a business dedicated to creating beautiful, ethical shoes and home-wares.

I love Alana’s story because it’s one of bravery, strength and trust. Stuck in a passion-less job, frustrated and confused by the current system, Alana decided her world needed to change.

Not knowing why, just knowing that she had to, she packed up her bags and moved to Byron Bay, trusting that the answers would come if she just stayed true to her heart. Continue Reading →