Autumn Wildlife Gardening

As autumn is slipping gradually into winter in the northern hemisphere, I was trying to think of some small wildlife gardening projects you can do with a toddler. My little one was pretty disappointed after all the plums and apples had disappeared and composting and mulching is not exactly an enticement. And the watering can … Continue reading Autumn Wildlife Gardening

Homemade Deodorant Recipe

Homemade Deodorant can be a good alternative to conventional sprays and roll-ons. It is also a good way to reduce plastic waste and exposure to chemicals in your toiletry products. It is a very simple process, quick to make and most of all, it is also cheap. You will only need three ingredients plus water. … Continue reading Homemade Deodorant Recipe

Eco-friendly bathroom Step 2 – Dental Care

Some weeks ago, I started to outline some more eco-friendly options for your hair- and skincare. Now, at long last, here is "Step 2". #1 Toothbrushes Most dentists advise us to replace our toothbrushes every three months. Let's get the numbers right: that would be an estimated four toothbrushes per annum for every single person. … Continue reading Eco-friendly bathroom Step 2 – Dental Care

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

Eco Picks

Hi there, I can't believe it's Thursday already! Now here is a quick update: the name of the weekly column is going to be changed into "Eco Picks". I'll continue to stick to five topics a week. Eco Picks are only meant to offer a short glimpse, while other topics are going to be covered … Continue reading Eco Picks