Sustainable living has its ups and downs and I like to talk about both, because doing otherwise just gives a false view of the world which is about as useful as a chocolate teapot. In this article I reflect on what worked, and more importantly didn’t work for me in 2019.
Another year about to start. I’m soooooo excited. I’ve spent the entire day updating a tonne of articles with new information that I’ve been bookmarking over the past few months. I try to keep the website as current as possible by updating articles with new info. That way you’ll always know where to go toContinue reading “Sustainable Living – A Review of 2018”
As I write this article I’m sitting in a lovely self-catering apartment in Madrid. By the time it’s published I’ll be back on Irish soil. My husband and I stopped off in Madrid on our way back from South America about 15 years ago and we swore we’d return. I’m so glad we did. It’sContinue reading “Sustainable Travel – Our Trip to Madrid”
I aim to buy as little as possible in life, partly for environmental reasons, partly for economic reasons and partly (mostly if I’m honest) because the less you own the easier housework is. For me minimalism is all about saving time and hassle and this philosophy extends to my skin and hair care routine, whichContinue reading “Minimalist Non-Toxic Zero Waste Skin and Hair Care”
Before I set off with my new year’s resolutions for 2018 it’s worth taking stock of how last year’s experiments went. I’ve always tried to live sustainably but it wasn’t until 2017 that i had the time and energy to invest in it. At first i was overwhelmed by the conflicting information out there andContinue reading “Review of 2017”