This week I announced that I was joining in with a Buy Nothing New challenge for a month! November can be a bit of a dodgy time for this because I like to get my Christmas preparation done early.
But now I’ve come across something that might help me over at Present Sense. The ladies over on Present Sense want us to lose the notion that gifts have to be new and promote the idea that the THOUGHT is what gives the gift value, not the price tag.
The idea of present sense is that we start embracing the idea of giving ‘sustainable gifts’ either recycled (as in second hand) or home made gifts. So scouring eBay, getting gifts on Freecycle and making stuff can all become cool!
Present sense has some great gift ideas which include one of my favourites – giving the gift of time; as well as some funky labels to attach to your gifts as a way to spread the word about giving gifts which are better than new.
One of the easiest ways to benefit from essential oils is by using an oil burner. But what if you want to use oils and DON’T have a burner? Or you don’t want to use one because you have young children around that could get hurt by a naked flame? Today I’m sharing seven ways to use essential oils in your home without the need for a specialised burner!
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 …