Concerned by all the waste involved in throwing a birthday party for your little one? Green enthusiast Will H. Sandford shares some ideas for throwing an eco birthday party to leave a greener footprint.
Do you hate shopping for clothes? I do. The shops are full of “fast fashion” where the latest styles are available for low prices for just a few weeks before being replaced by new items. It makes my head spin!
If you’re looking for a more sustainable alternative, pre-loved clothing might be the way to go.
You probably already know that buying in bulk usually means cost savings. Shops typically offer discounts and cheaper prices per unit when you purchase a higher quantity. However, bulk buying is not only economical – it’s eco-friendly as well.
Here are a few reasons to buy in bulk and help contribute to saving our environment.
With so many of us used to the convenience of plastic, did you know that humans have now produced more in the last 10 years than we did in the whole of last century? In Australia alone, 10 million plastic bags are used a day. Our overuse of plastic is causing alarming amounts of pollution worldwide.
For those of us who care about the negative effects of pesticides, chemicals and toxic substances on our bodies and in our homes, finding safe, natural alternatives is essential. Soap nuts are naturally hypoallergenic, anti-fungal and antibacterial. They are fruit which grow on trees, dry naturally and require no chemical processing to be effective. Soap nuts are ideal for those who want to switch to an easier, cost effective and natural solution.
7 Crucial Benefits of Green Cleaning Green cleaning can have many different definitions, but the ultimate goal is to use techniques and ingredients that keep both your home and the environment healthy. Although it is easier and even tempting to just grab the cheapest supermarket version of your favourite products, using a green cleaning method …
Australia Day is upon us, so that means it’s time to think about going back to school.
Are you as ready for that as I am? I love the freedom of holidays with long, sunny days spent getting back to nature with the family. Swimming, picnicking, camping – every day is a new adventure! But by the end of the holidays I’m starting to struggle to keep my daughter busy and entertained day in and day out…