Donating to charity might seem like a fairy tale ending to our unloved items, but is it really and is it mean to haggle in a charity shop, or not?
A lot of people have told me that bread, bananas & veg are their most wasted foods! Read this post to find out what to do to stop wasting these foods and more!
Are you ready to take on Zero Waste Week and Secondhand September? Sign up to both, to take a daily challenge in the first week in September and buy no new clothes throughout the month!
Debbie set up Brighton’s first zero waste shop – Wastenot! Read this blog post to find out more about Debbie and the book launch we are hosting together!
Never let a blackberry go to waste again! Here are 15 delicious ways to use up those blackberries!
Have you encountered resistance to eco living? I think it is likely that most people who have decided to change their ways and become more eco-friendly encounter resistance at some point from other people.
When you self publish a book, you are also in charge of promoting it, which can be a bit heart wrenching at times! In this blog post I round up the highs and lows of reviews and interviews about my book!
Find out how I got on testing out a Wonderbag – a low tech way of saving energy while cooking!
I’m so excited to have my book available in print! You can get a copy here: Eco Thrifty Living the print version . If you do buy a copy, please please leave me a review. It will help other people make an informed decision about whether to buy it or not. Feedback can also help
-> Continue reading Eco Thrifty Living the book is now in print! *Ad*
Last night a great new series started called War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita. I went onto Twitter afterwards. Lots of people were commenting things, like why can’t we use paper bags, or compostable packaging or glass bottles and tins instead of plastic? I think it is fantastic that the problem of plastic is
-> Continue reading Unpacking the alternatives to plastic packaging