Ethical Christmas Shopping – Part 3

Digital Magazine Subscriptions

In a bid to be more sustainable I have asked my girls to get me a digital magazine subscription this year for Christmas.  This is a win win – no more magazines cluttering the house, think too of the saving in energy on producing (raw materials and physical energy) and distributing the magazine.  I can easily digitally file any articles and images and pin to my Pinterest, along with sharing on any of the social media platforms or easily share with friends and my blogging audience.  It’s a no brainer for me.

My Wishlist

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One of my favourite magazines this year has been The Simple Things which is a mix of in their words

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December 2018 extract – credit The Simple Things

Subscribe to The Simple Things

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Another favourite digital edition is Pebble Magazine.  This goes deep on ethical issues.  I look forward to receiving amazing snippets of information and it certainly makes me think about my ethical choices.  I love their description of what they are all about.  It brings a smile to my face every time I read it.

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This article about sustainable Christmas party outfits is inspirational:

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Subscribe to Pebble Magazine

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I’m hoping Santa will be bringing me a digital subscription to a magazine that has always delivered great, hard hitting content with beautiful imagery.  It has long continued to educate and amaze us with in depth journalism.  The images are so beautiful.  If you subscribe to my instagram account thehfiles2050 you will have seen me post about Sea Legacy and the jaw dropping photographs from Paul Nicklen (a NatGeo photographer).  If you like your reading to surprise and stimulate you can’t go wrong here.

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credit: National Geographic

Subscribe to National Geographic

This is only a selection and by searching sites search as  Issuu you will come across loads more ideas.  The important thing is think digital – you are taking one small step to becoming a conscious consumer and ticking the sustainable and ethical boxes.

 Happy reading!

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