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Actively practicing kindness for a better life

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Actively practicing kindness for a better life

My family and I just returned back to Bali for a quick holiday and happiness reset.   After having lived here for three years it feels amazing to be back. I have so much to be grateful for for this country, after all it was the driving force for me to want to start an impactfull business.   Bali can be busy, polluted, dirty and stinking hot, all the things in life I find challenging, but what makes my heart sing here on a daily basis is the people and their outward displays of kindness and happiness. I am not just talking...

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Bye Bye Plastic Bags.

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Bye Bye Plastic Bags.

  This week our founder Danni Carr talks to the amazing crew behind Bye Bye Plastic Bags Bali.  BBPB started as two brilliant sisters (aged just 10 and 12 at the time of conception) who set about to rid beautiful Bali of plastic bags and single use plastics.   After managing to get firstly permission from the Government to collect signatures from the airport (they got 100,000!!!)  and after many months of being ignored by the Governor of Bali they finally got him to take notice after a 24 hour hunger strike and BOOM they got him to sign a memorandum...

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Zero waste holidays and the plastic straw conundrum

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Zero waste holidays and the plastic straw conundrum

Earth Bottles founder Danni Carr talks about zero waste tourism and the plastic straw conundrum.

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