So as part of plastic free July I’ve been auditing our grocery shop and aiming to buy as much unpackaged, organic, locally-grown food as possible. It’s a real challenge to buy organic locally-grown items and sometimes you have to choose between locally-grown or organic from abroad*. Sometimes the switch has been very easy and justContinue reading “Ethical Grocery Shopping”
Your local recycling centre will take a lot of items for recycling and charity shops are great for general items in good condition but for those tricky items here are a list of other places to try. Remember though, it’s always better to repair or reuse your own goods than to recycle it if possible.
If you’re looking for a nice easy eco-friendly craft project that helps reduce broken crayons why not make a heart crayon for your nearest and dearest. You can make these in the microwave or the oven.