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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We tend not to think about how food, clothes and supplies get to us, but for the shipping industry one of the main concerns is not the crates that get to their destination – it’s the ones that don’t.
It’s not all about solar panels and hybrid cars – simply changing your SIM card could help change the world!
I’ve been challenged to knock up a vegan lunch for myself. Can this fish loving, dairy eating eco warrior rise to the challenge?
Can harmony exist between a hoarder and a minimalist?
The Greens winterise their home…
Simple tips for the best hair and skin care in winter
Mr Green reviews dimmable LED light bulbs
According to research, two fifths of those asked said they can’t afford to be energy efficient while 22% can’t be bothered!
it’s time to show some love for your favourite eco company with the PEA-ple awards.
I discovered this week about the amazing dragonfly, what they do for us and why we should protect them…
I’m way behind but was eager to participate in this.
Last week Small Footprints encouraged us to eat vegan for a day.
Do you ever set the same goals for yourself over and over again?
That’s how I’m feeling at the moment with decluttering.
Last week I told you about a car accident Mr Green and I were involved with back in 2007.
Fortunately the guy who drove into us claimed full responsibility which meant I was able to get …
4 ways to give this Easter, without costing the earth