A selection of sustainable lifestyle posts covering eco-conscious living, green products for the home and sustainable living.
While many landlords only decide to fulfil their tertiary responsibilities in order to keep up with the contract they have made and nothing more, the landlords that retain tenants year after year are those who go over and above to make the home living experience of their clients worthwhile.
Of course, landlords often know how to run their business, so this post will not explore cost-cutting, business management or advertising to new tenants. It won’t discuss how to deal with a problem tenant, as there are likely tens of thousands of guides surrounding this on the internet already. Read More »Landlords – Here’s How To Help Your Tenants Live Well & With A Eco-Future Mindset
Watching Grand Designs can feel like torture sometimes. Those amazing homes being envisaged and brought to life can definitely turn you green with envy. What’s most amazing about some of these homes is just how eco-friendly they are. The possibilities to create a greener home from scratch are enormous, with so many ways you can create a more sustainable place to live.Read More »Can An Older Home Become More Eco-Friendly?
This is a collaborative post with Bug Bakes
It’s no secret that livestock farming contributes to global warming. Without going into too much detail or getting too technical animals produce methane (when they burp or fart).
Methane is 84 times more potent than carbon dioxide and speeds up the Greenhouse Effect. As we are consuming more and more meat we need more animals. More animals means more methane. Read More »Bug Bakes – Eco Treats for Dogs
Trying to lead a more sustainable lifestyle can often be an overwhelming journey. There are so many contradictions of what is sustainable and what is not.
Right now, if there’s going to be one thing that is probably on your mind a ton, it’s waste. Now, we all have different priorities.
And although we all come back from different backgrounds and have different opinions and preferences, this is something that is starting to become very prominent in all of our lives. Read More »5 Ways To Reduce Waste In A Cost-Effective Way
Sustainable living matters to more of us now than ever. Homeowners across the country are turning to solar panels and ethical energy. Many of us are even growing vegetables in our gardens now. Read More »It Might Not Be Your House, But You’re Still Responsible For Your Carbon Footprint
Sometimes I feel like I sound like a broken record but working towards a more sustainable lifestyle is definitely a journey, not a destination. It takes time to research more sustainable alternatives.Read More »Switching to Reusable Baking Mats from Poppy Bee