How our Editor is Staying Safe and Sustainable at Home

Staying at home is one of the hot topics of the minute and what better way to do it in style? From sustainable pyjamas to lounge the day away in watching the best television picks at the minute, to oh-so-fashionable trainers – when you go out for your daily exercise. Here are my top picks in the ‘Staying Home Edit’.

Lounge in style

If pyjamas-all-day-every-day are your thing, then I suggest getting your hands on a pair of Nightire printed bamboo pjs. Not only do these sets come in adorable patterns, they are vegan, certified organic, hypo-allergenic, antibacterial, and temperature-regulating.

There’s also The Bright Company (TBC) who create super soft pyjamas out of muslin cloth, and are ethically made in Portugal. I’m definitely adding their muslin button down pyjamas in ‘rose’ to my wish list! I also love their nightdress in the same colour, which could even be worn out in the warmer months, making it so versatile.

Whilst lounging, why not wrap your ears around a good podcast or an audiobook? I’ve been recently listening to Michelle Obama’s autobiography Becoming recently, and it’s so interesting. Alternatively, if learning a new language is up your street, then why not give Duolingo a go?

Must-watch TV

Social distancing, and being on lockdown has meant people are having to keep themselves occupied, especially if they’re not working at the minute. Netflix has been a godsend for a good binge-watch, and I’ve loved watching Tiger King, Bridgerton, and Unorthodox.

BBC iPlayer is also one of my favourite streaming services, with a lot of golden oldies on there; from everything Louis Theroux to Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag and Killing Eve, as well as Stacey Dooley Investigates.

Additionally, there are the likes of Britbox, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ all offering free trials at the minute! So, if you haven’t already, you can get at least a 6 months free* subscription and watch your favourite shows to your heart’s content.

Georgia Shipley

To date, Georgia has self-published her own collection of poems titled Girl, Drowning which focuses on the themes of depression, relationships and self-love. Her collection takes readers on a journey of two halves: The Rising and The Descent.

In 2019 she graduated from university, reading English Language & Creative Writing (BA) Joint Hons, and has previously worked in Social Media, Marketing, and Copywriting. Now, Georgia is the Editor of TFE in her spare time.

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