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HERE YOU CAN FIND RECENT BLOG POSTS OF ANNA'S JOURNAL, ECO LIFE AND ONE HAPPY LEAF BLOGS.

Sunshine and muddy feet
Sunshine and muddy feet

Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE my job, I don’t even consider it a “job” but rather a passion. However, I believe that having variety in your life is essential to recharge yourself.

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Ecologique: beautiful products for good people
Ecologique: beautiful products for good people

I am passionate about living a purposeful life, one that treads lightly on this beautiful planet so I have launched Ecologique.

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Get my secret business weapon!
Get my secret business weapon!

The 1st of January 2015 was an exciting day for me. It was the day I decided that I was going to quit my "day job".

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5 ways to become a considerate sustainable house mate
5 ways to become a considerate sustainable house mate

Here’s how to get through eco-co-inhabiting with less causalities, and more harmony.

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3 Reasons Why Ethical Fashion Is Not Just A Fad
3 Reasons Why Ethical Fashion Is Not Just A Fad

Whilst it's great to see ethical fashion taking off, is it about to plummet just like mood rings did after the 1970s? Will it disappear like the fluro of the 90s?

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Our new sister company: Ecologique
Our new sister company: Ecologique

I am passionate about living a purposeful life, one that treads lightly on this beautiful planet so I have launched Ecologique.

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Chill night with friends
Chill night with friends

Here is our go-to look for a relaxing night with friends.

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How did this all start?
How did this all start?

Where I grew up, the nearby bushland was my playground. Spending my days catching frogs, butterflies + playing with mud was when I was at my happiest.

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More than 10,000 trees planted
More than 10,000 trees planted

I am proud to say, because of you 10,119 trees have been planted in the world. The trees have been planted in various countries across the world that needed either needed rehabilitation or to create forest gardens in developing countries.

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