Bras are an essential item of clothing for many women in the UK, they are often expensive but what...Read More
Category: Waste reduction
Christmas and the festive season means different things to different people depending on your own individual experiences. My Christmas is all about family & friends spending time together normally with lots of food and the...Read More
Dead Plastic Oceans seems a very negative and extreme title but I am fed up of trying to sugar coat environmental issues. Today I read an article about Ivan MacFadyen a yachtsman who recently sailed from Australia to Japan and...Read More
Today’s post is a guest post by Rachel Jones of Vintage Actually, an on-line shop which specialises in vintage, retro and recycled furniture and homeware. Rachel says “I took voluntary redundancy earlier in...Read More
It is the summer holidays and entertaining children, working and keeping on top of the housework is proving a little challenging. Time seems to be lacking. However during my time on Facebook over the last week or so, I have...Read More
Living greener can be fun and save you money. Here are 10 tips to reduce your waste. Reduce the waste you produce by thinking before you buy. Do you need it? Could you buy it second hand? Could you buy a product with less...Read More
Yes I am going to try and do the Ultimate Blog Challenge again. I tried to do it back in January and failed didn’t quite make it, I managed 7 posts. So how can I make it through this time? I learn from my mistakes...Read More
I love natural skincare products, however they can sometimes be a bit expensive, so why don’t you have some fun making your own natural skincare products? There are lots of advantages to making your own skincare products:...Read More
Well yesterday was twelfth night (5th Jan) so we should have taken down our decorations including our cards by now. I thought it was a good time to suggest saving your Christmas cards for reuse, and give you a few ideas on how...Read More
Green Aspirations range of gorgeous Jute Bags will brighten up any shopping trip and you will be doing your bit to reduce plastic bag pollution. A reuseable shopping bag reduces the need for 100’s if not 1000’s of...Read More
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