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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Over on Reduce Footprints, we’ve been challenged to make our Christmas the greenest ever.
Fortunately for us, it’s not too hard as we have a very small family and keep celebrations to a minimum.
What can you eat on a vegan diet? Mrs Green investigates
This week’s Change the World Wednesday challenge is fascinating.
Reduce Footprints is challenging us to take a good look at the products we buy on a regular basis.
Do you believe you control the destiny of your life, are you a believer in fate or do you think some ‘higher force’ dictates?
We’re airing our dirty laundry for this week’s Change the World Wednesday challenge!
Most people have their favourite laundry products – usually determined by smell and how effective they are.
Oh my, Small Footprints knows how to keep us accountable.
This week’s Change the World Wednesday challenge was no walk in the park.
An electric car should be a no-brainer for a green household. But here are ten reasons why I won’t be buying one soon.
Last week we discovered how making tiny and simple changes can have a significant impact on your carbon footprint.
And we have a similar theme for this week’s ‘Change the World Wednesday’ challenge.
Foodbanks are over run with families needing food and people are struggling to feed their families. Here are 13 delicious, nutritious, frugal meal ideas.
A hot drink can make a dull, cold day seem more palatable.
As well as tasting great, these drinks have some impressive health benefits and will help keep you warm from the inside out!
I’ve always prided myself on having good skin.
As a teenager I rarely suffered with spots, while my poor brother was in agony with acne most of his teens and twenties.
With the plastic carrier bag tax in full swing here in England, I’ve been thinking about recycling recently.
We do what we can at home to recycle as much as we can, and I’m fortunate that …
The solstice is nearly here which means the longest day of the year.
I love these endless blue skies and sunny weather, but I have to admit, once June 21st arrives I start planning for the …
While there are some people who don’t care about being obese, there are others who get extremely depressed about their weight. If you’re someone in the overweight, obese, or morbidly obese category, how do you …