Sugru ❤️... January 2022


Converse trainers with flowers inside

Repair is in the air

Converse have recently opened up a 'Renew Lab' in Australia, where people can take in their old chucks that have seen better days, and get them looking as right as rain again. Woohoo! Their services range from a deep clean to a sole re-glue, as well as customising options like natural indigo dying and custom embroidery lettering using recycled thread.

With artwork on the walls created from repurposed items from the local area and surfaces throughout the store made from 100% post-consumer waste by @preciousplasticmelbourne, the Renew Lab is truly a sight for sore eyes. And we can't wait to see more popping up on high streets all over the world. 🤞

And don't forget...

You can always repair cracks and tears on your shoes, or simply customise them with Sugru for a super unique look!

And if you're into a splash of gold, why not try the remarkable iron-on patches to cover up stubborn stains on your fabric kicks, or to give them a bit of wow-factor?

Converse trainers customised with Sugru

It's the little things

It's official. We CAN make a difference to our everyday with minimal effort. 💃🕺

The Guardian's '100 ways to slightly improve your life without really trying' has got us feeling better about those big New Year's resolutions we may or may not have already broken! 😅

Take a look and see which habits you can slot into your daily routine, hassle-free. Easy-peasy.

Glennon Doyle podcast We can do hard things

Is 'New year, new you' a ridiculous way to start the new year?

Speaking of resolutions, we enjoyed this snippet of Glennon Doyle telling us what she thinks of the 'New year, new you' cliché. Do you agree? 

Glennon Doyle is an author and host of the 'We Can Do Hard Things' podcast, where together with her sister, they discuss everyday hardships. Check it out.

The film everyone's been talking about

'Don't Look Up' is Adam McKay's new satirical science fiction film, now available to stream on Netflix. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep, this tale of two astronomers trying to warn the world of the impending doom caused by a comet heading their way, is said to be a metaphor for the climate crisis. 

It seems to have everyone divided on whether they loved it, or absolutely hated it. 🤣

Have you seen it yet? If so, what did you think of it? Drop us a line on [email protected] or @sugru on social. We'd love to know your thoughts!

Poster for film Don't look up

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