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  • 10 Zero Waste Cleaning Ideas

    We all want to live and work in clean, tidy spaces, but have you considered how your cleaning products might be impacting the environment? 

    With the pandemic, there are certain chemical based products that are unavoidable at the moment, but there are some considerations and changes you can make if you're planning a spring clean some time soon! 

  • Can Gardening be Zero-Waste?

    Gardening isn't always considered the most wasteful or environmentally damaging of pastimes, but there are always things to consider. So, if you're a green-fingered hobbyist and about to prepare your garden for Spring, consider how you might do so in as eco-friendly a way as possible with these tips...
  • 5 tips for a more sustainable Valentine's Day

    Whilst it may be lovely to be showered with gifts, have you ever considered how wasteful and harmful to the environment that Valentine's day can be?
  • How to plan a more Eco-Friendly Wedding

    If you’re an eco-conscious bride or groom, you may want to lessen the impact of the happiest day of your life. Here are some tips on how to have a greener celebration...
  • Is it possible to be a sustainable pet owner?

    Owning a pet can produce a lot of waste (and that's not just from the pets!). The biggest pet problem, ecologically speaking, is pet food. According to WRAP, 1,263,000 tonnes of pet food is sold annually in the UK, producing over 75000 tonnes of primary packaging waste. Luckily, we have some tips to reduce your fur-babies' carbon paw-prints! 
  • How to Move House Sustainably

    Moving house and sustainability isn't a pairing you would immediately jump to, but it's definitely worth considering. Here are a few ways you can pull off a more sustainable move...
  • How To Make Your Own Oat Milk

    If you're on an eco-friendly, plastic-free, zero-waste mission within your diet, switching from dairy to plant-based milk is a great place to start! Here is a delicious recipe if you fancy giving it a go!
  • Nurdle - Tackling Microplastic Pollution

    Nurdle is a British not-for-profit business that focusses on the removal of micro plastics from the environment. They have developed two machines that have so far collected over 30 million pieces of plastic from UK shores, which they upcycle into super stylish products!
  • 10 tips for Sustainable Solo Living

    “It is said one-person householders are the biggest consumers of energy, land and household goods...", but cutting out waste can seem so much more difficult for those of us who live alone. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are plenty of things you can do to be more environmentally friendly as a single occupant. Here are some top tips for sustainable solo-living…
  • 10 tips for zero waste plant lovers

    Ten tips for kick starting a sustainable plant hobby.
  • Essential Sustainable Bathroom Swaps

    We're joined here by Sophie Crichton from Natracare, an amazing company campaigning to shake up the period protection industry and provide viable, eco friendly period products. Sophie has some great advice on how to make your bathroom more sustainable, read on for more...
  • The Gay Agender

    A lot of people don't seem to realise how much of our day-to-day lives are subject to gender rules and restrictions until some transgender (someone who identifies as something other than the gender they were assigned at birth) loudmouth like me points it out. But it's everywhere in our lives, influencing our behaviour, language, buying habits, and even interactions with others. Some of it is kind of ridiculous (like certain colours being meant for boys and others for girls) and I'm yet to see a gendered product that actually needed to be gendered, but for many trans folk it's a constant cause of discomfort.