You have probably know about some of these tips already, they will serve as a reminder. While others you may not have thought of. Most often than not saving you money goes hand in hand with a better environment for us all. Electrical Stuff Get into the habit of unplugging any electrical gadget you are […]
It’s okay if you can’t meditate or hate the idea of meditation. I also don’t or won’t meditate. But there are other ways to gain some positive side-effects. We all know that meditation is good for you but it’s impossible for some people to do. We also know art or crafting in some form or […]
Buying made in your own country Buying local is good for your country, good for employment, good for the environment. The products you buy haven’t traveled half way round the world and back again. That a lone goes a long way to reducing the carbon foot print, making them more environmentally friendly.
How-to make natural furniture polish Last week I made my own furniture polish. One smells of citrus made with coconut oil and the other smells of cedar made with olive oil. Both work well and smell wonderful. As you can see from the photo I used some glass jars I had kept for reusing, these […]
Please help save the environment, stop using plastic drinking straws. A drinking straw used as a stirrer may be used for a few seconds, a larger drinking straw on average 20 minutes but then it’s hundred of years in landfill sites or being a big problem on the oceans. There are sightings of great plastic […]
Things aren’t always what they seem. You would think if you bought organic seeds or heirloom (making a wonderful comeback) seeds you wouldn’t be supporting Monsanto. Unfortunately, their influence has slowly and invisibly seeped in everywhere. They are able to buy and buy with their vast fortune basically anything including many organic or heirloom seed […]
This Article is from the Mail On-line Is the pet food you are serving up killing your four-legged friend? (and making your vet rich) By Alison Smith Squire for MailOnline http://www.dailymail.co.uk Like millions of pet owners, Fiona MacMillan was anxious to do the very best for her cat. ‘When I got my first kitten, Jaggers, […]