New Year, new plan!
I’m putting together a schedule of articles for the forthcoming year (yes, I’m that organised!) and wanted to ask if there’s anything in particular you guys want to read about?
I’m planning to do a big edit of the website after college hand-in next week. I’ve loads of great brands / products and articles bookmarked that I want to add into existing articles. It’s very important to me that the website stays as current as useful as possible. So please do tell me if you come across a broken link or some information that’s out of date.
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I also intend on doing a lot more patron only posts. If your a patron what would you like to read about? I’m thinking of buying products to test with some of the funding I’ve received and maybe organising a few online events once college work is over.
I’m definitely going to continue writing positive newsletters. I find they really help with my eco-anxiety and I like recording all the news items in one place in case I need them for future articles or talks.
But what else?
Have you any thoughts on what you’d like to receive into your inbox this year? Company profile pieces? Interviews with green living folk? More crafts? More recipes? More about how I live ?
Here’s my current list of article topics. Any suggestions on what to add or leave out?
|Backpacks & Hostels|
|Sustainable Ethical Chocolate|
|Arguing against Climate Deniers|
|Sustainable Interiors – Office|
|Sustainable Interiors – Kitchen|
|Sustainability for the Time Poor|
|Review of my ‘buy nothing new’ year|
|Sustainable Ethical Houseplants|
|Making your own clothes|
|Sustainable Ethical Yoga Mats|
|Green Accommodation – Europe|
|Cutting Down on Meat & Dairy|
|Sustainable Activities in Ireland|
|Conscious Living vs Lifestyle Shopping|
|What happens to our waste in Ireland|
|Setting up and Running Green Committees|
Hit me with your thoughts in the comments section below.
Till next week
Ps – This time in previous years I wrote about
- Why recycling isn’t the answer
- Why I don’t like biodegradable or compostable plastic
- How to avoid buying stuff
- Recipe for vegan pasta
- Toxin-free minimalist tableware