I launched this blog in March 2018 following The Socially Conscious Woman Facebook group 10×10 challenge as a community for young women to share their stories and progress towards ethical and conscious living. If you love fashion, beauty, and travel with a positive impact, you’ll feel right at home.
I encourage you to join this community to learn and share about ethical fashion and beauty, especially if you started the transition to a more conscious living. I love to read feedbacks and recommendations as well as encouraging small and local business owners.
Want to join us on this journey transitioning to a simple conscious living? Want to discover amazing businesses and brands? Make sure to follow the blog and my Instagram for daily and weekly updates. I also take you along on my travels.
I currently work full-time in Nova Scotia, Canada. I am passionate about languages and you probably guessed that English is not my first language but it is the one I use most often. My interest in minimalism and conscious living started about three years ago when I needed to work hard and save money. It made me reflect on life and come to the conclusion I do not want to possess lots of things, spend days cleaning nor money storing things. I want to fully use my space on this Earth, love, use and enjoy what I purchase while respecting the people who make it. I decided to buy better and with the future in mind. It was during my research for other ways to live that I discover simple living, minimalism, ethical fashion, purchase with a purpose, such as brands with a cause in mind, and brands making natural products and giving back to communities. A also love the world of finance but I will not touch on this much on the blog, unless relevant to simple conscious living.
You can find my bi-monthly post on this blog as well as regular updates on my social media (link at the top of the page). I am most active on Instagram, put I encourage you to also join the Facebook page for updates.
If you want to get in touch with me email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on the blog.