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The sustainability buzzword has brought a new level of consciousness to many of us. By now, we are familiar with the idea of reducing our plastic consumption by bringing our tote bags to the supermarket, containers when packing hawker food, metal straws and keep cups to our favourite cafes.
As I seek out ways to lead a more sustainable lifestyle while trying to stay sane with a regular fitness regimen, one of the most worthy investment has got to be my fitness shoes. But will my newfound sustainable lifestyle be in line with my belief in style and comfort?
Nike’s wide range of apparel marked “Sustainable Materials” is something I have my eye on. Apparels labelled as such are made from “at least 50% recycled content, and shoes with the same label are made from at least 20% recycled content by weight.” Not 100% recycled materials, but it's a start!
For Nike fans out there, use code "SALE30" to enjoy an extra 30% off their sale items! That's right; you get a further reduction of 30% even for sale items. For those who are on their journey towards sustainability like myself, I have picked out these gorgeous shoes and apparels with the "Sustainable Materials" label so you can shop with ease.
Nemanja Matic has revealed that Jadon Sancho and Paul Pogba were frequently guilty of being late as the former Manchester United midfielder lifted the lid on the alarming indiscipline during his time at the club.
Eric Jiang, a 29-year-old entrepreneur, is seeking donations to help save his elderly parents’ home after they had fallen victim to an online investment scam. About the scam: In an interview with NextShark, Jiang shared that his 78-year-old father, Amos, and 73-year-old mother, Yan, fell into what is now being investigated as a nationwide scam that targets victims for high-level investments in an allegedly fictitious company called "UpUp Fashion" in New York City.
Taiwanese actor Yang Hsiu Hui is causing a stir online for her uncanny resemblance to Malaysian superstar Michelle Yeoh. Airport confusion: Yang, 58, recently took to Facebook to reveal an incident at the airport in which two American tourists mistook her for the 61-year-old Academy Award-winning actress. The curious tourists, who were holding their phones with Yeoh’s image, approached the production team who were with Yang at the airport’s waiting lounge.