Whether it’s Dad’s 1st or 50th Father’s Day, he’s sure to love this prize that doesn’t cost the Earth. Each of 3 winners will receive a Father’s Day gift pack containing over $345 worth of stylish and sustainable products
There are many chemicals legally included in our cleaning and beauty products that are of concern to some, especially those with experience of cancer, susceptible to respiratory illness or prone to skin irritation. Download your free printable wallet guide to 59 of the worst.
I’m writing this post in the hope that making it public will ensure I do all of this every morning. I certainly feel better when I do, but I have been a bit slack recently, choosing to stay in bed another half hour rather than doing the exercise and meditation component.
I’m inspired today by a Canadian Kickstarter campaign raising funds to create ‘The Denise’, a modular fresh food storage system based on ancient food storage techniques, designed to keep food within sight and prevent waste.
Living in a developed country, aspirations for sustainable development can seem to be mostly for the benefit of others; poor people in developing countries, that have little impact on us here. Here’s 5 selfish reasons why we should care.
A warming climate will create more hot and dry conditions for Melbourne and tree-planting now will help protect future residents from heat, increase biodiversity, improve air quality and enhance recreational opportunities.
I was invited to participate in Sumo Salad’s #HeatUpTheStreet promotion. It’s a great initiative where they have partnered with the St Vincent De Paul Society, aka Vinnies, to provide food for homeless people this winter.
Australians are good recyclers, but we could all do much more to reduce our waste going to landfill. Read more about some inspirational women doing what they can to help.
Inspired by The Minimalists I decided to do a 21-day minimalism challenge when I moved house recently. The idea is to box up everything you own, unpack only what you use for 21 days and then discard or store the rest.
The Evolution Emptor popup shop will be located at 64 Pin Oak Crescent Flemington from Sunday 14 June until Friday 31 July and will be open from 10 am until 3 pm daily. The launch party will take place Saturday 13 June. For an invitation visit http://eepurl.com/ZaqC9