It's almost that time of year again to start a new plastic-free challenge. This is a great place to start thinking about what we use and what we buy which I hope to take onto the rest of the year.
The sun is shining which can only mean one thing! Summer is here! Time to get the shorts out and with them my whole summer capsule wardrobe. An important part of simple and sustainable living for me.
Following on nicely from my last few posts, my next big ethical decision is making from scratch. Such an important and thing to do when going zero waste or trying to be more sustainable is to look at the process that goes into making an item and to create something from the beginning for yourself. That may be making a recipe from scratch which may otherwise come out of a (non-recyclable) packet or sewing a craft instead of needlessly buying it online with wasteful postage and packaging.
One great way to save money and waste is to create a shopping list and stick to it. So I've created a recipe book to list all our favourite meals. Here is a little snippet and handy guide to making your own personal recipe book.
I have big news to share with you! This is the beginning of an exciting journey of more green experiences to come.
This is the first look at my ethical life choices and I'm starting big: MEAT. This is a huge topic in the green-living world and one that cannot be ignored.
After a year of living a more conscious, ethical and sustainable lifestyle I've taken a quick look back at what I've learnt so far. There's a long way to go but I'm pleasantly surprised with the changes I have made in my quest for a greener life!
The easiest way I have found to save money and waste less is to learn to cook from scratch. This completely homemade recipe will impress your friends when you tell them it didn't come out of a packet! #zerowastewin
If you've just gained 2 jigsaw puzzles, 16 types of chutney, 4 t-shirts and a popcorn maker then this is the post for you! 4 simple and easy ways to simplify and minimise your belongings.
As the Christmas season gets into full swing it seems to have become so easy to lose my green way. I feel so much pressure to find presents for various people (many of whom would not appreciate or recognise a green gift) that my simple green gift rules seem to go astray.