How I Shop Sustainably (On The Cheap) – Tips and Tricks — Moksha

Shopping and sustainability often don’t go hand in hand. While being a 100% sustainable might not be doable always – striving to be more sustainable in our choices is the aim. Ever since choosing to be more sustainable – I have become more conscious about how I shop and from whom I shop. Here are…

How I Shop Sustainably (On The Cheap) – Tips and Tricks — Moksha

I often get asked about how to be sustainable while shopping. Here are my tips and tricks that I follow to be more sustainable in my shopping ways. How do you be more sustainable while shopping?

PS: It would mean the world to me if you’d follow my brand’s blog as well 🙂

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  1. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

    Bravo! Great tips!

    I went to the site and didn’t see a way to follow or subscribe! I’m on my iPhone.

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      Thank you! ❤

      Ah – I'll check on that. Thanks for the feedback.

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      1. https://tamarakulish.com/ says:

        No problem!

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  2. Love this article, thanks for writing! I was worried that when I read it I would feel terrible about how not sustainable I am. But I can honestly say that I do all of these with the exception of #5. Mostly bc sometimes I might want/need something and dont have the cash flow to invest in high quality. But even that I’m working on! Thank you for your efforts in making this world more beautiful and safe! 🌍 xoxoxox

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      I love your comment – because it just goes to show that being sustainable isn’t so hard – people just make it out to be. It is just about being conscious of our choices.
      I totally get that buying pocket heavy-quality products is difficult – it is for me too (broke new business owner). Before I used to buy about 100 clothes a year (this was also because I was losing weight and shifting sizes a lot) from H&M and Zara and other fast fashion shops – now I do about 20-22 clothes a year from good quality places. Hoping to reduce that number even more by next year!

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      1. Yes and my favorite is really when my friends give me their clothes they don’t want. Even if it doesn’t fit I’m like “I’ll make it work, just give it to me!” 🤣🤣🤣 Thanks Moksha 💖

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  3. winteroseca says:

    I specifically look for organic food and brands that are reputable for sustainability

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    1. Happy Panda says:

      Yessss! That is really good to know!! I hope more people become more conscious in the future. 🙂

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      1. winteroseca says:

        Yeah, me too. Speak with your wallet!

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  4. I was actually just wondering how your shop is doing! Really well done for living your values and empowering others to do the same.

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