Reduce your food waste!

For years I’ve been working hard to reduce my food waste and I’ve really fallen in love with the subject. Food is a great material to be inspired by and use it up recipes are some of my favourites! In fact I rely on leftovers and over ripe fruit for some of my meals now! 
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Sustainable Book Club no.5 – The Moneyless Manifesto by Mark Boyle!

I read the Moneyless Manifesto quite a while ago and blogged about it here and here. At the time the book had quite an effect on me. It really put me off money! I could relate to a lot of it, but had a lot of questions at the end: How did Mark eat for free?
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Sustainable Book Club no.2 – Stuffocation!

Today is the Sustainable Book Club meet up, where we will be talking about Stuffocation by James Wallman! Feel free to chat about it any time during the day, but the plan is to try and Tweet/ Facebook about it between 12.00 and 13.00 and 20.00 and 21.00.  On Twitter search for #susbc to join
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Is going moneyless a step too far?

Well it isn’t for the Moneyless Man.  I found his Moneyless Manifesto because I was looking up alternative ways to clean teeth and wash hair.  He has some really interesting suggestions about this under his washing section.   I still haven’t had a chance to read the whole Manifesto, but I will be later.  I found the sections
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E-book review: 100 Easy Ways to be a Thrifty Family

Becky Goddard-Hill is a successful blogger and author. You can find her online at Family Budgeting and Baby Budgeting and her book How to Afford Time Off with your Baby: 101 Ways to Ease the Financial Strain is well worth a read for the new or expecting mothers out there! Becky has just published her
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