Grow your own!
Tue, 12/06/12 – 1:00 | 2 Comments

My mantra is that you don’t have to have a garden to grow your own – anybody can have a go!
All you need is a hanging basket filled with tumbling tomatoes, a windowbox of salad …

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National Vegetarian Week May 19th – May 25th
Sat, 17/05/08 – 0:41 | 2 Comments
National Vegetarian Week May 19th – May 25th

A long term argument over which the jury is still out is whether a vegetarian diet is healthier than the traditional meat and two veg diet.
Things have hotted up in recent years as many people …

national ethical investment week 18th – 24th may 2008
Fri, 16/05/08 – 7:13 | Comments Off
national ethical investment week 18th – 24th may 2008

Many of us who are leading a ‘green lifestyle’ forget about where our money is invested. Even having a current account in the red means you are investing in something!.
This is something Mr Green and …

Art on a rainy May morning
Fri, 16/05/08 – 1:45 | Comments Off
Art on a rainy May morning

What better thing to do on a wet, rainy, grey day than bring some colour into our lives?
Little Miss Green loves anything to do with art. Unfortunately, my ‘art’ extends to stick figures on a …

Help the children of zimbabwe by sending homeschool supplies
Thu, 15/05/08 – 9:35 | One Comment
Help the children of zimbabwe by sending homeschool supplies

Earlier I was writing up a post about our day when I received a call from a friend. I spent half an hour learning  about the needs of home educating families in Zimbabwe.
While our children …

The Tao of weeding
Mon, 12/05/08 – 12:25 | Comments Off
The Tao of weeding

I’ve been out spending time in our much-neglected garden today. I must admit a deepening sense of defeat at times with our horsetail-ridden clay bed.
A week ago the soil was still too wet to handle …

Breastfeeding awareness week may 11th – 17th
Fri, 9/05/08 – 2:27 | 6 Comments
Breastfeeding awareness week may 11th – 17th

One of the greenest and most self sufficient things a new mother can do is breastfeed her child. It is nature’s miracle at its best – the perfectly designed food for your baby that changes …

World Fair Trade day May 10th 2008
Thu, 8/05/08 – 0:37 | 2 Comments
World Fair Trade day May 10th 2008

The Theme of this year’s World Fair Trade Day is ‘Fair Trade + Ecology ‘. World Fair Trade Day is the first global campaign for The Fair Trade movement connecting producers and customers around the …

Pangea Day – May 10th inspiring social change through the power of film
Wed, 7/05/08 – 7:10 | Comments Off
Pangea Day – May 10th inspiring social change through the power of film

Pangea Day taps the power of film to strengthen tolerance and compassion while uniting millions of people to build a better future. It’s aim is to reunite the people of the world through the power …

My Random Acts of Kindness month challenge
Wed, 7/05/08 – 1:18 | 4 Comments
My Random Acts of Kindness month challenge

This month I have been inspired by my cyber friend Melissa to take part in her Random Acts of Kindness challenge.
This is something that has always been close to my heart. I love how the …

Instant manifestation and saving rubbish from the landfill
Tue, 6/05/08 – 6:08 | Comments Off
Instant manifestation and saving rubbish from the landfill

Yesterday afternoon Little Miss Green came to see me with a grin so huge I felt her cheeks would burst. Her eyes were sparkling and she just couldn’t control her absolute joy as it seeped …