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Quarantine Kicked My Addiction to Fast Fashion

Working from home in sweatpants made me consider how my shopping habit was harming the environment

Photo by Becca McHaffie on Unsplash

I can remember the first time I felt it — the itch to shop. It was in fifth grade, when my friend Kaitlin strolled onto the playground in a brand new pink floral rain jacket and matching hoodie. Everyone ooo’d and ahhh’d…

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Kelsey Gilchrist

Kelsey Gilchrist

Toronto-based writer and marketing specialist

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