It’s a common misconception that wood flooring is bad for the environment as you have to chop down trees to produce it. The reality is that it’s actually one of the most eco-friendly options you could choose. Continue reading “Looking for Eco-Friendly Flooring? Try Wood Flooring”
Back in my uni days, I was studying for my Masters in Environmental Architecture & Energy, because of this I often get asked my opinion on the best renewable energy systems to use.
Renewable energy has come a long way over the years. Previously reserved for the wealthy or the ‘off griders’. Now getting your energy from renewable resources is becoming far more common. This is emphasised even more by the various green home incentive schemes available today. These include green grants provided by local councils. Continue reading “5 Best Ways to Power your Home with Renewable Energy”
Here’s something all menstruating people need to know:
There’s a cheap, eco-friendly, healthier alternative to pads and tampons. I didn’t know about this exciting fact until I was in my 30’s. All those wasted years! Hopefully, you can avoid the same mistake. Continue reading “Menstrual Cups are Amazing: Here’s Why…”
There is a growing demand in the business world for companies to go green, with consumers paying more attention than ever before to the ethical and sustainable side of the products and services they use. Continue reading “Easy Ways Start-Ups Can Go Green”
There sure are a lot of ways to keep your home warm during this season, and while the majority rely on central heating systems, skyrocketing heating bills can pile up. More importantly, environmental issues arise.
The biggest question is, are you sure that you’re keeping your home warm in an ethical and eco-friendly manner? Continue reading “Ethical Ways to Keep Warm this Winter”
There is no question that the festive period generates a lot of waste. Over the years I have watched how much waste we produce as a family over Christmas and felt completely overwhelmed by the whole thing. Continue reading “10 Tips for a Zero Waste Christmas”
Who is GreenPan?
‘GreenPan is the trusted go-to brand for non-toxic, easy to clean and easy to use pots and pans. Never releasing any harmful fumes or persistent pollutants, we pride ourselves on being free of PFOA, PFAS, lead and cadmium.’
GreenPan was created by two Belgian school friends after they discovered that traditional non-stick pans release toxins when overheated. They wanted to create a healthier alternative and so GreenPan was born. Continue reading “GreenPan – Non-toxic Pots & Pans for Healthier Cooking”
Over the last two weeks, my inbox has been flooded with companies wanting me to promote their ‘not to be missed, Black Friday’ deals. Now although I do love a bargain I can safely say that I do not agree with Black Friday. Continue reading “Black Friday? No It’s #JustFriday”
In my quest to reduce the amount of waste we produce this Christmas I have come across several zero waste alternatives that I’d like to try out. One of those alternatives is to use reusable Christmas crackers. Continue reading “Reusable Christmas Crackers – Zero Waste Lifestyle”
Over the last few decades, green homes have come a long way. Building an eco-friendly home is no longer something off-the-wall artists do on TV programmes like Grand Designs, it’s something everyday people are doing – and it’s going to grow even greener. Continue reading “How Can New Builds Become Greener than Ever?”