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THE LATEST — LIFESTYLE

The Natural Bedding Co's range of mattresses have been making it hard to get out of bed for nearly four decades, but for all the right reasons - they're Australian made, organic, sustainable, ethical and damn comfy. 

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Spending a little time practising self-care regularly is the key to feeling spring-ready all year round, and while a night of pampering may still be a 'night in', it's well worth it every now and again. 

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I have an unquenchable thirst to educate myself and grow, to become more awake, more conscious, more aware and more synchronised with nature and, for as long as I can remember, I have always had a strong interest in health and wellbeing. I guess I was just looking for the inspiration to base a business around.

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Going completely plastic-free might sound impossible in 2019, but #plasticfreejuly is about trying to - for just 31 days - and then continuing those habits year-round. Easing into a plastic-free life can be a smooth transition too, and the smallest of every items can have the biggest of impacts. 

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The centuries-old Indian art of hand-block printing is amidst a revival. It's a traditional Rajasthani way of life and an income source for the hundreds of communities in the area. It's also the inspiration behind Dora Deka's ethical and sustainable homewares label, Kolka, and a celebration of artistry, allure, craftsmanship and friendship. 

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Disposable pads are made with up to 90% plastic and they can take upwards of 400 years to decompose if they ever do at all. Adhesive pads haven't been around long enough to measure their impacts, and all the disposable pads we've tossed away since they were invented in 1970, still exist somewhere in landfill and waterways today.

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Coconut water consumption has increased by 60% over the last decade and global demand for coconut oil has soared, but 99% of harvested coconut shells are discarded and burned.

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Leaf Shave has accepted the responsibility of using business as a force for good, but the problem they're trying to solve, is big. More than two billion disposable plastic razors are thrown away every single year, and they're not being recycled either.

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One million single-use plastic bottles are purchased globally every minute, which is 20000 per second and according to National Geographic, 91% of all plastic is not recycled. Earth Bottles started on their mission with a reusable stainless steel bottle, and it was just the beginning of their war on waste.

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There are 'purely for taste' teas, like the sugar-infused and quirky blends you'll find on the supermarket shelves, and there's good, healing, natural tea, like Mayde Tea.

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You might not often think about the lifecycle of something as small as a post-it note, but the earthly impacts are big, and this is the basis of change-making stationery business, Earth Greetings.

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If you're used to eating meat a few times a week and love a good steak, you'll probably shun the idea of trying something this healthy and sustainable but don't let the plant-based superfood jargon fool you. Soulara is damn delicious. 

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Celeste Faltyn knows a thing or two about beauty and bees. As the founder of Apiary Made, a natural beeswax and honey health and beauty brand, she is passionate about educating others on the power of bees and their contribution to our living world.

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Leanne is one of those people who see the bigger picture, and while Burnt Country may be a small little hand-dying business, her impact is big.

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Vintage fashion is the antitheist of fast fashion, and buying preloved clothing is a sustainable way to shop. If it’s not something you’ve ever done before, now is the perfect time to dip your toes in a world of all things yesteryear.

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Every woman needs a good lipstick, a signature scent, and respect for her body, and that means being prepared.

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The first floatation tank was designed in 1954 and used for studies on sensory deprivation. Now, floatation therapy is quickly becoming the preferred way to unplug, switch off, reduce stress, and relieve pain.

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Our relationship with food should be similar to our relationship with fashion: slow and conscious.

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Heidi Helyard was always destined for a future in the arts. With an accomplished potter for a grandmother and a multi-medium artist for a mother, it’s hardly surprising that Heidi has crafted a 14-year career as a successful fibre artist and a self-employed graphic designer.

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Carla Dinnage is one hell of a multitasker; she manages a myriad of daily duties running her own business, she’s a wife, and also a mother of four children under the age of 11. 

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Australia is often depicted as a beachy oasis with an abundance of bright yellow bananas and hot, sunny, tan-worthy weather year-round. Melbournians know that this couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Free-flowing champagne, lavish tapas, extravagant details and great conversations all come to mind when thinking of an event, but the planning process conjures far less glamourous thoughts.

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The art of screen-printing is no new one; some Japanese printed fabrics date back to 221 AD. Europeans commercialised the technique in the 17th Century, and now, our modern textile industry is dominated by digitally printed fabrics and mass-producing machinery systems.

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Never has the statement, ‘rest assured’, been so relevant as it is with a Koala Mattress. Sweet dreams come hand in hand with good deeds, and that’s what you’ll achieve with a blissful bed from Koala.

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