Eco Picks January

I do not want to start this year's blogging with an apology for being late with this post (It is already the 6th!) - and so I won't. This is one of the main goals for this year: not to feel pressurised because I think that other people think that I think that they think … Continue reading Eco Picks January

Eco Picks December

Christmas is fast approaching, so let's consider celebrating it more sustainably. I have successfully avoided being sucked into the Black Friday or Cyber Monday craziness. In fact, it would have completely passed me by had it not been for some invidious emails and adverts. Let's have a look at some of the points that can … Continue reading Eco Picks December

How to Deal With Eco-Anxiety

Eco-Anxiety as a mental health problem Disclaimer: This article does not give medical advice. If you suffer from any anxiety symptoms or you are experiencing a sadness that won't lift, please seek professional help. Eco-anxiety as a mental health problem has reportedly been on the rise. It is defined as a depression brought on by … Continue reading How to Deal With Eco-Anxiety

Ecopicks November

Image by Valiphotos from Pixabay Natural Parenting 1)Montessori When the weather changed and it became increasingly difficult to let my little one run around in shorts and t-shirt outside, I became more inward-looking and hoped to find some inspiration for suitable indoor play. As my book went through its final stages before releasing it into … Continue reading Ecopicks November

Eco Picks

#climatechange #climateemergency #climatebreakdown #climatestrike are currently all at the forefront of everybody's minds. Image by NiklasPntk from Pixabay Here are some very interesting picks to fuel (and not fossil-fuel!!) your thoughts and imagination towards a more sustainable economy and what best to avoid. 1)Read about 36 ways to halve global emissions by 2030. It's hard … Continue reading Eco Picks