We believe very strongly in the new wave of the clothing industry, and we truly admire every small ethical brand owner growing their business year after year.
Firstly, we wanted to create this a free printable guide that helps you to orientate when changing your purchasing habits more sustainable. Feel free to download the ethical shopping guide for free and take a look at it every time you feel like purchasing a new item.
Secondly, we think that sharing is caring and wanted to make a shout-out to our favourite ethical brands. The list is not exclusive. We keep updating our ethical brand list over time. Feel free to suggest your favourites too!
We have checked every website thoroughly, and only accept brands that we know are transparent with their manufacturing principles.
Burnout, exhaustion, overload, you probably know it and can name it. In Finland, we have a saying that "a dear child has many names" but this child, despite its many names, is not really dear. Exhaustion is rarely a matter of "just tiredness", but often also involves physical and/or mental symptoms, such as pain, aches, sleep difficulties, impaired memory and concentration and, for example, depression or anxiety symptoms. I myself have experience with the whole spectrum.
Guest blog written by Noora Huotari from Népra Crew
Wake up, do your morning routines, bike to work, work, bike back home, do your daily chores, workout, shower, cook food, walk the dog, do your bed time routines and go to bed and sleep. And repeat same things every weekday. To many, this may sound exhausting and boring, but at least for me, routines are a big part of coping in everyday life.
Népra is an activewear brand that does good. We think charity work is part of a sustainable business and doing good is in Népra’s DNA. This year, we will continue to work with the John Nurminen Foundation to help protect the Baltic Sea. For every product sold online, we donate 50 cents to charity. Read more on the Speak Of The Frog Népra blog.