If you are a regular reader of this blog then you will already know that I have been trying to cut down on the number of chemicals that we use in our home. So far I have switched to eco-friendly cleaning products including my EcoEgg for the clothes washing, which by the way I’m still very happy with. Read More »Making Homemade Beauty Products using Organic Essential Oils
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Sometimes, being eco-friendly seems to cost more but it doesn’t always have to be that way. In honour of Plastic Free July, Arabella from Exeter Baby Activities shares 7 frugal ways your family can use less plastic and save money. Fabulous for your wallet and the planet!Read More »7 Frugal Ways to Use Less Plastic in your Family Home and Save Money
This is a guest post by Emily from the blog Love Backyard.
Hair loss has become a major problem recently. Even the hair loses its posture, and the layer containing oils to maintain its shininess and its moisture gets damaged which ultimately make it look dull. Hair is regarded as one of the important assets of the body which enhances your appearance. Obviously, it is a big deal for women to see their hair falling.Read More »Home Remedies To Have Strong And Smooth Hair
The quest for eternal youth is as old as humanity. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t crave youthful glowing skin? We all know that following a mindful diet, drinking plenty of water and hitting those wonderful yoga poses every day all work wonders for your body and mind, and that is definitely reflected in your skin. Read More »Natural Anti-Ageing Skin Remedies For New Age Rebels
Simple living can mean different things to different people. For us, it means cutting back on the unnecessary things in life and focusing on the simple things. Like spending our time and money on experiences rather than on items we don’t really need. Read More »Kitchen Essentials for Simple Living
Green holidays are not a new concept, however now more than ever before the ecotourism is booming as the world population is becoming more and more aware of their own environmental impact.Read More »Top Locations for a Green Holiday in Europe
Whether it’s cats or dogs, rabbits or hamsters, much-loved family pets are an important part of our lives. It’s lovely for children to grow up around pets, learning to care for them in the family environment.
Of course, if you want to get a pet in the most eco-friendly way possible, it’s best to get it from a shelter. Not only will you save an animal’s life, you’ll also work against excessive breeding and you will save money!Read More »Environmentally Friendly Tips for Pet Owners
This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. Personally, I have lost family members to cancer as I’m sure many others have too. It’s the one thing that really scares me.Read More »Walk All Over Cancer – 10,000 Steps a Day Challenge
Foraging for food is fun and free, it’s also a great way of spending time together as a family. Personally, we love foraging!
A common misconception with foraging is that it’s only really worth doing in the summer or autumn but that really isn’t the case. There is free food to be found in nature throughout the year, you just have to know what you are looking for.Read More »10 Foods to Forage in February – Free Food
Zero Waste is not something that happens overnight, it’s a process. It takes time to do your research and find suitable alternatives. I’ve found it helps a lot to focus on one thing or area in your house at a time, otherwise, you can seriously overwhelm yourself which in turn makes you want to give up zero waste altogether.