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It’s no secret that we all need to do more to make planet Earth a little healthier, and reducing your use of single-use items (straws, coffee cups, food containers etc) is a great green step in the right direction. So, if the recent (and frankly well overdue) removal of single-use plastic bags from circulation has you rejoicing, then sustainable products will already be on your radar, but for those who are new to the game then take heed...
Pink Keep cup

Keep it clean

Founded in 2009 in Melbourne, KeepCup is the first barista-standard, reusable coffee cup. If you haven't taken the plunge to make the switch yet, now is the time. Opt for a chic glass one for your desk and a colourful plastic version for your bag when out and about. Only issue is, what colour to pick?


KeepCup Original Clear 8oz reusable radiant cup, $20


Reusable cutlerly

Chop chop

We're not sure how a lunch break could get any better – it's a combination of eating lunch and resting – but Typo have managed it. Here we have a pink set of reusable cutlery, complete with chopsticks and a super-useful storage case, too. 


Typo Sparkle Cutlery Set, $10.50



Avocado lunchbox

'Av a go

Monki's street-style-meets-Scandi-chic designs are on heavy rotation at ASOS HQ, and each new drop is eagerly anticipated. But, when wearing the clothes from head to toe isn't enough for you then say hi to this avocado-print lunch box. Take it along to your fave lunch spot and insist they use this and not the usual single-use container.


Monki Lunch Box, $20

Reusable drink cup

So exstraw

If you've nailed using the tote bag for your groceries, then next on the list is reducing how often you use disposable smoothie cups, straws or water bottles. This two-in-one straw and cup is the ultimate solution from Ban.Do, a little like a smoothie in a snow globe vibe. We love.


Ban.Do glitter water bottle tumbler with straw, $32

Glaad tote bag

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Totes reusable

Why settle for a grocery store-bought reusable tote bag when you can have this bright and bold beaut? And, if you need further reasons to invest just know that GLAAD works to accelerate LGBTQ acceptance and create meaningful change. For every bag sold, 25% of the proceeds will be donated to GLAAD. Proceed to checkout indeed.


ASOS DESIGN x glaad& tote bag with print, $20