Now that we’re living with Covid instead of living in dread of it I can finally publish this article on Eco Kids Parties that I’ve had in the pipeline for about 2 years. I was at a kids event recently that generated SO MUCH WASTE it was heart-breaking, especially as it was largely avoidable. WithContinue reading “Eco Birthday Parties for Kids”
You’ve successfully celebrated the wee little saviour’s birth and now it’s time to sweep clean in preperation for the return to work or school. For us that mean undecorating the house and giving it a clean. Decorations will be safely packed away for reused next year (very sustainable) and our Christmas Tree will be disposedContinue reading “How to Sustainably Disposal of a Christmas Tree”
In an ideal world we would generate no food waste but being imperfect humans this isn’t always the case. I take food waste very personal and get very annoyed when anything that should have been eaten ends up in the brown bin, but it still happens from time to time. Here are some simple ideasContinue reading “How to Use up Christmas Dinner Leftovers”
Now that it’s November I think it might just be safe enough to publish a Christmas article. I don’t like adding to all the consumption hype around this celebration, but until sustainability becomes the norm, having one requires a bit of planning, which starting early helps. This article is full of ideas for sustainable ChristmasContinue reading “Sustainable Christmas Gift Guide (2021)”
Does alcohol damage the planet? Well, currently the answer to that question is yes, but then practically everything that us humans do does. But it doesn’t have to be as damaging and there are some excellent sustainable alcohol brands out there doing an excellent of changing the status quo.