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Inspiring & Impactful: Majeeda Bibi

Majeeda Bibi is a mother and an entrepenuer from Pakistan- here is her touching story. Years ago, Majeeda and her family were on the brink of desperation as they were left with only 60 rupees (around 0.65 GBP). Her husband’s wages were not enough for them to survive; they had no food and many days […]

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5 Easy Activities to Do at Home

It’s very difficult to maintain a routine right now, especially when forced to stay at home. So here’s a list of some activities to do at home and their benefits. These include yoga, meditation, reading, exercising and cooking. Hopefully, this blog post will inspire you to try something new and make your day a little […]

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A Message for You

Hello Hello. How are you? Considering the situation, take some time to ask yourself how you really are. We decided to focus this week’s blog post on you, and radiating some positive thoughts during this difficult time. Stopping Normality We are living in such a surreal moment in time as everything around us is closing; […]

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Back to Basics: What Is Slow Fashion?

To understand what slow fashion really is, we first have to begin at the root with the Slow Movement. As mentioned in a previous blog post, this began in Italy in the 1980s, reacting against the fast-food culture. From there, it became international opposing the ‘fast’ lifestyle encouraged by industrialisation and technological development. This movement […]

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Inspiring & Impactful: Mavis Soko

This is Mavis Soko; her community see her as a mother, grandmother, leader, best friend and brave entrepreneur. After receiving her financial training through lendwithcare.org,  Mavis was able to kick start her restaurant business in the Zambia Compound Market and with the profits made, Mavis bought a television, one of the most important possessions. One […]

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How RubyMoon Embraces All the 17 Sustainable Development Goals 🌍

The SDGs were launched in 2015 by the UN to create a better and more sustainable future for everyone. ⁠These global goals call to action every country in the world, both developed and developing to fight social inequalities and climate change by the year 2030. The UN urges every government, organization, business, brand and school […]

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Changemakers 2020: Sara Ward & The Hen Corner

In one of the previous posts, we talked about Catherine Conway, one of the Top Changemakers of 2020 in The Big Issue. The article was so eye-opening that we had to write about another inspiring woman from the same list. This time we’re choosing Sara Ward, a wife and mum living in London who transformed […]

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Turn Valentine’s Day from Red to Green

Photo credit: Bianca Mentil form Pixabay Soon it’ll be Valentine’s Day, a day of love, affection, and happiness. Many view this day as an opportunity to shower loved ones with tokens of appreciation. However, many feel obligated to empty their wallets in the name of “love”.   Also, let’s not get started with the insane […]

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Going Circular: How to Include Human Happiness

In our previous post we discussed the benefits of a circular model in manufacturing, but the question arose as to how can we design it to be beneficial to the people as well as the planet? How can it better appeal to the mainstream public and inspire faster change and action? We need a model […]

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We Celebrate Women!

Hosted by RubyMoon and FotoDocument Thursday, 12 March 2020 from 19:00 to 22:00 The Mesmerist 1-3 Prince Albert Street BN11 Brighton Details Please join us for an evening of fun, laughter, talks, inspiration & delicious veggie / vegan food to celebrate International Women’s Day 2020! – A delicious Veg/Vegan 3 course dinner from Space&Thyme at […]

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