Plastic Free July is an annual campaign, which takes place in July each year. It aims to encourage people to stop using single use plastics
There aren’t many eco friendly plastic free toilet paper products available. So I was pleased to discover some plastic free and affordable toilet paper.
I tested out a Wonderbag and loved it. Check out my full review to find out why and also for my Wonderbag pasta sauce recipe.
As we become aware of the problems plastic waste creates we need to look for alternatives to plastic packaging. Here are some easy green swaps from plastic.
A review of battery free scales from Fig and Pickle. Find out what I thought of them as well as the pros and cons of battery free.
I used to try to avoid buying packaged foods as much as possible because I wanted to stop throwing single use plastic in the bin! This was made much easier by…
Seventh Generation have kindly gifted me a selection of their eco cleaning range to try out at home. Cleaning products can be an easy swap to reduce waste!
Do you find it hard to remember to water plants? Do you like avoiding waste? Watering your plants with waste water and other drinks is the perfect solution!
Bread is one of Britain’s most wasted foods. In 2013 WRAP reported that the equivalent of 24 million slices of it are thrown away in the UK every day!
We used to have a plastic ladle but in a drive to rid my kitchen of plastic I replaced it with a metal ladle. I used the ladle for scooping…