Bloody Brilliant – episode 6

Nix the virgin paper Over the years Andrew and I have made many changes to our environmental lifestyle. We still have a huge carbon footprint but it’s certainly smaller than what it was 12 years ago. There have been two changes that we’ve made that have been completely pain free but have made a huge […]

Junk vs. Quality

Ok, sorry to be a bit of a downer… but with all of the black Friday, cyber Monday and Christmas shopping mania I thought I would remind people of the bigger picture. I know it’s a few minutes, but it’s a few good minutes. So please keep buying stuff (especially for me!) but please try […]

I can’t watch this

I can’t watch this so much that I can’t even bring myself to embed the video. If you’re braver than I am then you can watch the video on YouTube. From the description: mercyforanimals — May 25, 2010 — Hidden camera video secretly shot by an investigator with Mercy For Animals at an Ohio dairy […]

Everyone carry around a reusable bottle!

Waste Watch has been working in partnership with Thames Water and Hydrachill to install water refilling stations at London’s busiest transport hubs. The first machines to appear will be at the Tower Bridge Museum and Hammersmith Bus Station in November 2009. The machines can fill reusable bottles of up to 500ml with chilled tap water […]

Save money, sanity and the planet… Hat Trick!

So by the wealth of posts you can probably tell that now with breastfeeding at all hours I have loads of time to read up on articles, etc… Lucky you… An article titled “Can You Afford to Go Green?” on the Get Rich Slowly blog had as its biggest suggestion: Here are some inexpensive steps […]

Is organic worth it?

When deciding if buying a certain bit of produce is worth it for organic check out this handy (FREE!) table (or iPhone app if you have one). http://www.foodnews.org/walletguide.php