My second podcast with Tim is worth your time. You’ll hear my husband get fired up over the attitudes of shark activists and I use the F-word – ‘fundamentalism’.
My husband, Tim and I started a podcast! Our conversation covers corporate competition, infiltrating recycling plants and how being a mosquito may prevent a plastic catastrophe. Continue reading “Our First Podcast Was Fun – We Talk Plastic Pollution”
My life would be much easier if I wasn’t so freaked out about the plastic apocalypse in our supermarkets. Just once, I’d love to be able to go back in time to when I was oblivious to plastic. Imagine my peace of mind if I could shop at Woolworths, Coles or Aldi and not bat an eyelid at all the plastic-wrapped fresh produce on their shelves. Continue reading “My beautiful supporters motivate me to keep doing what I do”
My followers on social media sent me some questions, which I tried my best to answer here. Trigger warning: I’m sitting on a table, not at it. Please don’t watch the below video if that offends you. Continue reading “My tips on how to reduce plastic”
When I became aware of my own excessive plastic usage, I felt completely alone. I knew nothing about environmental issues, nor did I know any activists. Once I decided to start sharing my thoughts publicly, I fully expected to receive hate from self-entitled consumers who would fight for their right to plastic packaging. It took me by surprise though when the harshest attacks came from people who claimed to care about the environment. Continue reading “What, You’re Not a Vegan?!”
What do you think of when you see a tattoo? Is it a sign of rebellion? A symbol of inclusion? A memory? A tribute to a loved one? An expression of creativity or an eff you to the world?
I love the ocean. This love is expressed through my underwater photography and amateur freediving (holding my breath while swimming underwater). Back on dry land I am also a busy mother and ‘everyday consumer’. Each time I filled my supermarket trolley with the weekly groceries for my family, a few questions haunted me. Continue reading “Undercover Plastic Detective”
Social Media: Does it bring us together, drive us apart or leave us more isolated?
I almost died this week. No, I’m not exaggerating and I’m still checking myself hourly to make sure I can see, think and speak clearly. Continue reading “Blood in the Water”