Being successfully self-sufficient is an ideal that has been pursued for decades with more people than ever now trying conspicuous consumerism, AKA living with less. It’s no secret that the cost of living is rising at an astonishing pace. Inflation is mainly to blame, and it can be difficult for many people whose wages don’t stretch to match the constant rise in price. It is for this reason that more of us than ever are choosing to be successfully self-sufficient. So what does this term mean? Self-sufficiency is all about relying on yourself alone to provide you with the means you need to live – be it food, energy, entertainment or a mixture of all three (plus a few more). How self-sufficient you can be, depends on a few different factors, such as where you live and how much time you have to devote to the cause. But if you ever wanted to get off the consumer wagon and live in a more sustainable way, here are some tips that can help you do just that.
Spring jackets may be on your mind in the Northern Hemisphere as Spring is most definitely in the air. Whilst we may not be ready to put away our snuggly warm winter coat, it is time to start considering our go-to companion for the warmer weather. So check out our brilliant guide to the ultimate spring must have, the lighter jacket, and get ready to ditch the bulk and step out in style this season.
There are lots of fashion mistakes with which we are all familiar and fashionistas know exactly how to steer clear of them. For example, I bet you are very familiar with the saying ‘blue and green should never be seen.’ So, hopefully, you would never wear a green top with some navy blue jeans! However, there are many more style faux pas that aren’t quite as well-known and, as a result, lots of us end up making them every day. Thankfully, I’m here to put you right! Here are four fashion mistakes you shouldn’t make ever again… after reading this blog post!