Eco-Friendly Blog

  • DIY beeswax wraps for your zero-waste kitchen

    Beeswax wraps are a fantastic natural and eco-friendly method of keeping your food fresh. With the right mix of beeswax, jojoba oil and resin, you’ll have a versatile kitchen wrap with enough tack to grab onto itself, as clingfilm does, and cover large dishes of food. View Post
  • Eco-friendly + homemade gifts for Valentine’s Day and beyond

    There’s nothing like another commercialised gift-giving occasion to induce a collective sigh of angst from the eco-conscious.

    ‘Gah! I’ve only just finished packing (and giving) away everything from Christmas!’ I hear you protest.

    I feel you, buddy. It’s not that we don’t love making our loved ones feel special but it’s all so overdone – the cards, the flowers, the wasteful packaging and retail signage, the never feeling done with your shopping because there’s so much pressure to keep buying.

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  • Eco-friendly back-to-school options to give you the feel-goods

    Nowadays, schools are wising up to the plastic problem and becoming more accommodating when it comes to how we cover books and stationery. There are many green alternatives to the boring band of plastic school staples, and these incarnations are far cooler and more useful than the originals. Allow me to introduce you to a few of my eco must-haves and plastic-free hacks for back to school … View Post